A venture capital firm is a professionally managed pool of funds that comes from multiple investors, including individuals and institutional resources. It is usually set up as a limited partnership, and the money is invested on behalf of the firm.
Venture capitalists (VCs) and angel investors are different, yet they have very similar ways of securing funding and dealing with parameters:
VCs typically invest at the second or third stage of funding but not always. They tend to be looking for very fast growth and even quicker turnaround of their investment.
Finding VCs is similar to finding angel investors: You must use your network. The difference is that venture capitalists tend to be a bit more accessible.
As with angel investors, make sure you know what you’re getting into and with whom you’re conducting business.
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