Skip the venture capitalists if you don't have a product

07/26/2010 | A VC blog

Entrepreneurs who have an idea but not a product should seek funding from angel investors rather than venture capitalists, according to Fred Wilson. Angels can tolerate greater risk while demanding less control -- the perfect scenario "for a company where defining, building and tuning product is the primary exercise," he writes.

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