符绩勋对话滴滴天使投资人王刚:寻找100亿美元的CEO

GGV纪源资本管理合伙人符绩勋对话滴滴出行创始投资人王刚
因为创业有很多坑,如果都靠自己撞墙才能取得教训我要教很多学费,天使的钱只有两三百万,交一个学费就死掉了。几乎没有教学费的时间,所以创业路上各个阶段当中会面临非常多的坑和诱惑,如果它不具备从别人经验吸取教训,如果不能从自己的经验当中去反推怎么样绕过弯路,我相信他会错过终极的PK,所以我们非常在乎这个人的举一反三的能力。就是说它能够比别人花更小的教训,学到正确的路径,这是我们非常在乎的第一个品质。

Talking Square on CNBC

I had a fun conversation yesterday with Carl Quintanilla, Kayla Tausche and John Fortt on CNBC’s Squawk Alley regarding Square.  (See below for video interview) In particular, they were interested in whether Jack Dorsey can run two companies effectively. Below are a few key points I’d like to highlight regarding the conversation:

2016 Predictions


It’s hard to believe the holiday season is nearly upon us. While 2015 has been fast-paced, I expect 2016 to bring a new level of excitement. I’ve been thinking about what might transpire next year. Here are a few predictions. Below these, I’ve also included the predictions I made 12 months ago for 2015 to see how I did.

For 2016:

The Mutual Fund Mark Down

For months now, a debate has raged on Twitter about the health of the late-stage, pre-IPO market for investing in startups. Many believe its overheated. Fueling this view, Fidelity, an active pre-IPO investor, recently marked down investments in several pre-IPO high-flyers.
As Marvin Gaye asked, “What’s going on?”
Prior to my nearly two decades as a VC in Silicon Valley, I spent a few years on Wall Street. I can briefly share my perspective to answer Marvin’s question.

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