How VCs evaluate a new opportunity

05/13/2013 | TheNextWeb.com

Startup founders are often told to make sure they are building full-fledged companies rather than simply developing features that can be copied by larger, more established businesses, writes Eugenia Koo. But the distinction is hazy, and the truth is that venture-capital investors evaluate opportunities based on their expectations for how potential customers and competitors will react, Koo writes.

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