Seasoned serial entrepreneur Marc Andreessen shares his three criteria for a successful start-up. He states that there must be a substantial market opportunity, a product that’s a 10x better solution, and an outstanding team. Andreessen goes on to state that there can be some compromise in the product area, but that the other two legs of a burgeoning business must stand firm.
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The Columbia Venture Community welcomes Mark Suster, venture capitalist and active blogger, to campus for an evening of candid discussion about investing and entrepreneurship. Columbia Tech Ventures, the NYU Venture C...
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Unbeknownst to even seasoned inhabitants, today's Silicon Valley had its start in government secrecy and wartime urgency.
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Why does Andreessen-Horowitz have such a stellar reputation?
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Is it a good idea to start a company now? Are all the good ideas gone? What components should be in place to maximize your chances of success?