Invisible unicorns: 35 big companies that started with little or no money by https://is.gd/LCvfCV


Venture capital is a hell of a drug, and it’s possible to overdose on VC, but for most founders that is a champagne problem.

More often the question investors hear is “how do I get a VC to back my startup?” These founders aren’t worried about how overcapitalization will make their IPO prospects trickier — they’re scrambling to get someone, anyone, to sign their first term sheet.

from https://is.gd/LCvfCV

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