If you are interested in habits to develop the investor mindset, then grab a copy today before the price goes up.
#BreakIntoVC: How to Break Into Venture Capital And Think Like an Investor, gives you the insight to understand technology investing without endlessly scouring the Internet or having access to the top venture firms in the industry.
What if a few new habits could help you understand the complex and ever-changing landscape of the technology sector? What if you could tell a great business from a good business with a few simple steps? Imagine being one of the smartest people in the room when it comes to transportation technology, drones, or healthcare technology.
Amazon bestselling author, Bradley Miles, in his first book, covers multiple ways to analyze and understand the complex and opaque world of technology investing.
Here are a few things that you will get out of #BreakIntoVC.
In this audiobook, you will learn:
The fundamentals of the venture capital industry and how it works
The difference between accelerators, angel investors, early stage VCs and late stage VCs
How to understand any market
The key metrics that matter to VCs
How to value early and late stage technology companies
How to reach venture capitalists
How to land a job, internship or learning-based opportunity at a venture capital firm
How to handle a mock call with a venture capitalist
How to spot great technology businesses in your everyday life
How to pitch a business to venture capitalists
Case studies on how five other people broke into the venture capital
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Easy read, for college students
Easy to understand
Yes, I would listen to Break Into VC again because there's a number of formulas for understanding how to determine whether or not a business will be a profitable investment, and I don't think one listen is enough.
I listened to this book in five sittings. I think its appropriate for a book like this to let things sink in.
If you're not familiar with the inner-workings of venture capital, then this is the audiobook to get. This is not an elementary school introduction, but it is presented in such a way that someone completely unfamiliar with the subject can jump in and wrap their head around it. Some books and websites forget that not everyone is familiar with the terminology and the methodology of venture capital. Bradley starts you off on a nice foundation and builds upon that foundation little by little. A great guidebook on the subject, and the narrator was perfect for the subject matter.