How can VCs better predict when innovations will survive or fail, both for startups and when corporations launch new products or do acquisitions? That is the problem William Hambrecht, a legendary venture capitalist who made early investments in Apple, Genentech, and Google, is trying to solve with
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The numbers are sort of made-up. For the most mature startups, investors agree to grant higher valuations, which help the companies with recruitment and building credibility, in exchange for guarantees that they’ll get their money back first if the company goes public or sells. They can also
Watch Gerd Leonhard speak to the Sanoma Lab about how large companies can be just as innovative as start-ups. A special thanks to Jonathan Marks, Christopher Marks and Sanoma Lab NL for making this happen.