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Raising Venture Capital for the Serious Entrepreneur Hardcover – 16 Oct 2007
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About the Author
Dermot Berkery is a general partner with Delta Partners, a leading European venture capital company that invests in Ireland and the United Kingdom. He has led investments in early-stage companies in sectors such as software, electronics, mobile services, medical components, and security equipment. Mr. Berkery was formerly a Senior Manager with McKinsey & Co., where he served clients across the U.S., Europe, Australia, and Asia, focusing mainly on financial services and energy. He also lectures on entrepreneurial finance at the MBA program at University College Dublin.
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As someone in this process now it is an invaluable resource. I would say it is a must have for anyone thinking about starting a business that will need financing and anyone in the process of soliciting finance. It is also a great addition to any business library.
Easy to read, little or no superfluous information and a bunch of examples to help clarify the points being made. However, covers the fundamentals in great detail.
As an entrepreneur you might read this book and decide you never want deal with the VC industry, but if you do it will arm you with some very clear and logical techniques for presenting you case and more importantly understanding why they are needed to help the VC see your business at its best.
Not only is it exceptionally well written, but with supporting case studies it puts across all the terminology and financial wizardry in a way which you can easiy apply to your own situation. Structuring your growth path, how to make your business an appealing investor proposition, and how not to fall foul of the detailed terms - as the title suggests this is the VC fundraising book for the Serious Entrepreneur.
If you are considering building something big - get this book first, and know the game!
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