Jan 27, 2022
Empirical studies from the Kauffman Foundation illustrate the persistent challenges with successful early-stage investing. Seven percent of the exits achieve returns of more than ten times the money invested.
It’s no surprise that early-stage investors often use gambling metaphors to describe their investments — comparing the start-up/founder relationship to that of a horse and its jockey.
But, which is more important? In the early stages of a startup, should investors prioritize an evaluation of the business model or the founding team?
And what technology is necessary for quantifying the aptitude of the founding team, and predicting their propensity to build a successful startup?
Read the full article here: https://medium.com/think-aperio/introducing-halo-284c58245950
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