Why venture capitalists should be CEOs first

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A businessman touches a digital screen on font of him made of cogwheels which contain strategic business key wordings such as Solve, Excel, Talent, Learn, Invent, Idea and Inspire. A slight flares lights up the connection between the Solve and Excel gears. Photo courtesy of joakimbkk/iStock/Getty Images.
By Mike Janke, DataTribe I have been a venture capitalist for more than three years, and before that a serial entrepreneur and startup CEO and angel investor. The difference between the two positions is huge. And the experience I developed as ...

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