Angel Investing is Where VC was 25 Years Ago

Angel Blog

There were surprisingly large contingents from South America and Europe. The graybeards at the ACA conference all agreed that a decade ago, there were only about 20 angel groups in North America. As I attended sessions, and had conversations, on everything from deal structures to term sheets and deal flow to exits, it occurred to me that I had been in similar conferences about 25 years ago.

A Summary of Current Trends in Canadian Mergers and Acquisitions - 2011

Recent Buzzes - VC Experts, Inc.

With keen international interest in Canada's resource sector, the return of financial buyers, strategic investors looking to pursue acquisitions as a means of increasing earnings, and the recent uptick in Canadian "mega-deal" activity, there is no better time to discuss the M&A trends unfolding in 2011. While Canadian businesses are increasingly looking to expand outside North America, over 80% of Canadian outbound M&A in 2010 still involved U.S. HOSTILE DEALS.

Cracking The Code: The Bessemer 10 laws of SaaS - Fall 2008.

Cracking the Code

A simple example would be if Customer A signs a one-year deal at $10,000 per month, and Customer B signs a three-year deal at $5,000 per month. Consistently delivering a deal per month in this progression gives you a total of 78 months of cumulative recognized revenue.

Why Leave A Six Figure Corporate Job For Internet Entrepreneurship?

Entrepreneurs-Journey.com by Yaro Starak

I travelled all over the world wherever business deals were happening, gained tremendous experience and exposure to the Corporate landscape, and learned invaluable life lessons in my career. Fast forward a few years, I am now living in the United States of America as a naturalized citizen. I worked out a similar deal the next go around, and the snowball started rolling from there. Sunil contacted me asking if he could apply to become a columnist on Entrepreneurs-Journey.