Chapter 12. Finding Good Investments

As chronological sequences go, this chapter should be the first chapter. However, it seemed important that you be able to recognize a good investment before you go searching for one. So we began this book with the determining what is a good investment, following up with the due diligence process, completing the closing process, monitoring the investment and then finally exiting the deal. We now discuss where to look for good investments. Venture Capital has become a very mature and saturated market, so distinguishing yourself and your products is essential.

Developing an Investment objective

Before you can establish a marketing approach to finding good investments, you need to develop your own investment objectives. ...

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