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Startups and VC

Venture capital funds of all sizes continue to be raised despite the fact that investment in startups has declined by 2022. But, few of these funds are managed by single general partners (GPs), and even though that trend is on the rise in recent years, even fewer are managed by women or people not from venture capital. Anna writes. Nichole Wischoff is an exception to this rule.: Wischoff Ventures, her solo venture capital firm, closed a second fund worth $20 million. This is a significant increase over her first $5 million fund. Her goal is to invest in 25-30 U.S. startups in the pre-seed and seed stages.

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The rules of VC are changing. Here are some things founders should consider in this new era.

“Growth at any cost” is a fairytale made possible by cheap capital that helped venture capitalists set expectations over founders for years.

The same applies to everyone. However, if it takes three times longer to raise a round, it might not be a good idea.

“These ‘VCisms,’ born out of an era that was prosperous, have permeated boardrooms all over the world,” writes Rebecca Mitchem, Neotribes Ventures partner in TC .

Mitchem claims that we are now in a period of “growth at reasonable cost” according to a data-driven piece.

Founders have two options: They can continue to reduce their ownership by raising fat rounds or they can choose to grow slower, leaving VCs with a greater stake.

Mitchem says, “While it may seem counterintuitive, considering the market environment, the equity value for all parties — investors founders and employees — is higher in this scenario,”

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Big Tech Inc.

Meta has been shutting down a lot lately. Recently, Facebook’s parent company was shut down. It has been removed from the live shopping section In October and now Aisha It is written that it is In February, the Super app will be shut down. She explains that the app was originally created to allow virtual meet and greet experiences similar to those you would experience at real events like Comic-Con or VidCon.

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