Tags: ‘startups’

Understanding Early-Stage Venture Financing Stages

As an investor, I often get asked how much money a company should raise and what they should do with it. I don’t like answering that question, because I don’t know the answer. And I don’t think I should know the answer – it’s their company, not mine. However, what founders are really trying to […] Read more

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How to Crush the Cold Email Game

This is likely not a secret anymore, as I haven’t been shy about sharing it, but I got my job here at Corigin Ventures through an original cold email to David Goldberg (email pasted below). In addition, I’ve used many cold emails to network with fellow VCs, and feel no shame or fear in doing so. I have told […] Read more

Feb, 23, 2017

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Understanding Cohort Analyses: both subscription and eCommerce businesses

After working with a couple of our portfolio companies on cohort analyses, I eventually put together a cohort analysis template. In the spirit of open sourcing and (hopefully) helping out some founders, I’m posting it here with an explanation and a how-to guide for better understanding the fundamentals of a cohort analysis. Before we begin, […] Read more

Oct, 06, 2016

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A Consumer’s Perspective on the Future of DFS

Given the recent legalization in NY, and that NFL opening kickoff is just 15 days away, I’ve been thinking a lot about the current and future state of DFS. I am not an investor in either of the well-known unicorns, and I’m ignoring legal issues, so most of my perspective is that from an avid consumer. […] Read more

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11 Steps to an Efficient Fundraise

We often work with first-time entrepreneurs here at Corigin Ventures. They bring a certain hunger and a unique perspective, and their ignorance to the difficult road ahead can be a weapon. But with that comes inexperience – not just in building a business (which is hard enough), but in navigating the process of fundraising. They’ve […] Read more

Aug, 03, 2016

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