Have you ever wondered what goes through an investor’s mind when you pitch an idea to them? If the answer is yes, then look no further. There are many things, such as: what the ideal combination of people to work with for an extended period of time, whether or not the product has organic retention and whether or not a product can gain traction. This infographic by Funders and Founders writer Anna Vital gives a detailed look into the mind of SoftTechVC’s Managing Producer Jeff Clavier.
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Traditional VC expectation is to lose 30% of investments Tweet This
Out of 140 companies Clavier invested in since 2004, only 30 were acquired Tweet This
Ideal combo team: 1 dev, 1 designer, 1 business expert Tweet This
If the founder says “Google will buy us in 5 years” it’ll never work Tweet This
Clavier’s “3 Asses Rule”- Smart ass team, Kick ass product, Big ass market Tweet This
Retention is key to gaining traction Tweet This