Chris concludes our series on board packages. Chris, take it away… Now that I’ve given you an outline to what I think makes a good board package, I’m going to exercise my VC prerogative 🙂 and immediately caveat that advice. In my mind, the trick to effective board packages is less about the outline of the […]
Archives for April 2007
Month: April 2007
If you read our term sheet series, you know that we spent a fair amount of time discussing liquidation preferrences. Jesse Fried and Brian Broughman, a professor and graduate student at Berkeley, respectively, recently published a paper about the emergence of common stock carveouts and some of the reasons why they belive venture capitals are […]
Josh Kopelman has today’s best post with “Catch and Release” Business Models. It even has some pretty charts. It’s a must read for anyone doing anything with social networks.
We continue our board package series with perhaps the most important section of any meeting and package: the CEO executive summary. Again, Chris takes us through his thoughts. In my humble opinion, this section of a board package is really where the rubber meets the road. Think of this section as part state of the […]
Thanks to all who came and made the last event a success. Josh Dorkin has a good summary of what it’s all about. Check it out here. We quickly outgrew Amante Coffee on Broadway, so we are going to move a block away to Vic’s Coffee at 1800 Broadway in One Boulder Plaza for future […]
As you may recall, Brad and I have been blogging about 409A since the initial proposed regulations were released. You can find our series here. The final regulations were released. The work of artistry is 397 pages. Since most of you will not find the need to read all 397 pages, you might be asking […]