Getting in Bed with Venture Capitalists

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Marc Andreessen, famous co-founder of Netscape, finally comes clean with his opinions about entering a relationship with VC’s. Bottom line: it ain’t a free lunch. As a really smart entrepreneur I know says: "Partners are for dancing."

http://blog.pmarca.com/2007/06/the_truth_about.html

 There are a variety of circumstances where partnering with VC’s is the best move. But before you hop in the sack, think it through.

 

Andrew Field is President of PrintingForLess.com, known by its thousands of happy customers as "America‘s Print Shop." He works and lives along the Yellowstone River in southwest Montana.

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