SOURCE: Institutional Investor Journals

Institutional Investor Journals

September 11, 2013 07:00 ET

Learn How Venture Capitalists Increase the Odds of Startup Success

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 11, 2013) -  Institutional Investor Journals has released an article discussing the lower-risk startup and how venture capitalists increase the odds of startup success. An increasing number of venture capitalists are adopting "Portfolio Operator" strategies. These strategies have proved to result in higher internal rates of return. In this video, David Teten, Partner at ff Venture Capital and Founder and Chair of Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York, discusses how companies are growing and increasing the odds of startup success.

Download the full article, The Lower-Risk Startup: How Venture Capitalists Increase the Odds of Startup Success, to learn more about the Portfolio Operator Framework, including:

1) Team Building
2) Operations
3) Perspective
4) Skill Building

 In the article, David and his co-authors detail the resources that operationally focused VCs have to leverage and how exactly they assist their portfolio companies. Please visit The Journal of Private Equity online to download the full article and to read more published content from David Teten.

For more information about The Journal of Private Equity, please contact Erin Scanlon at escanlon@iijournals.com or +1 (212) 224-3255.

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