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How to add unique value as a small VC fund: Lessons from Sinai Ventures
There are more venture capital firms than ever, and the number continues to climb. If you’re starting one of these new VC funds, standing out …
Fund administration is broken
With Carta, VCs can see real-time IRR instead of waiting for quarterly updates, work with our experienced team, and run capital calls and share documents with LPs.
How to manage a new or emerging venture fund
There’s a ton of advice out there for startup founders on how to raise money, set up business infrastructure, and track performance in the early stages of a company’s life. But there’s not as much guidance for managers of new venture funds.
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