Founder Vs Investor: The Honest Truth About Venture Capital from Startup to IPO

Elizabeth Joy Zalman, Jerry Neumann  |  Business & Money
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Founder Vs Investor: The Honest Truth About Venture Capital from Startup to IPO

Every tech giant we know today had a humble startup beginning. While these companies often present an origin story filled with unwavering confidence, the reality is typically quite different: the early days of most startups are characterized by sheer chaos.

This chaos arises from the stark disparities in motivations and incentives between those who have the vision and those who provide the funding. From the anxiety of fundraising to the intrigue of boardroom power struggles, Zalman and Neumann lend their unique voices to illuminate the divide between what founders and investors pledge to achieve and what they actually accomplish.

"Founder vs. Investor" presents the unvarnished truth, from the perspective of each side, about the challenges in this fragile relationship—a dynamic in which strained relations can transform promising ventures into shattered dreams. This is the sole book authored by insiders who dare to unveil the intricacies of the world of high-growth, venture-backed startups.


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