Some of venture's largest firms are struggling to fundraise, but that is because of lofty targets, not LP disinterest.
While it's unclear what the future will hold, funds near maturation were actually doing pretty well so far.
While there’s no one right way to go about fundraising, there are a few wrong ways — and failure is a wonderful teacher.
Most U.S. venture funds outside of the two largest startup hubs — San Francisco and New York — are feeling the frost from potential LPs.
The companies with the best talent, products and positioning will command capital at normalized market prices, and everyone else will experience a depressed market.
New data shows that venture performance was down in the first quarter but not nearly as much as the stock market.
Nontraditional investors, which include anyone outside of traditional VC firms investing in venture capital deals, are increasingly making their presence felt in the investing community.
Three years ago, I met with a founder who had raised a massive seed round at a valuation that was at least five times the market rate. I asked what firm made the investment...
GV partner Lo Toney is looking to raise up to $50 million for his new fund, Plexo Capital, Axios first reported. Since 2017, Toney has been incubating Plexo Capital inside GV, formerly known as Google
We’ve entered the dog days of summer. For many, that means time on the beach, backyard barbecues and, if you’re like us, seeking out the blissful respite afforded by a solid air conditioning sys
I recently had a meeting with a well-known Israeli startup investor. The talk somehow pivoted from my seed-seeking startup into talking about the macro view of venture capital and how it doesn’t act
Fundraising for a startup is a notoriously stressful process. Much ink has been spilled dissecting every aspect of what works when pitching a venture capitalist, and there are countless “tips” out
The limited partner world of finding and selecting venture funds to invest in is similar to what venture capitalists go through with startups.
<b>Editor's note:</b> <em>John Frankel is founder and partner of <a target="_blank" href="http://ffvc.com">ff Venture Capital</a> and has been an early-stage venture investor since 1999. Follow him