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VC Money describes the best approach to interest VCs in your business venture and what steps to take, in what order, to gain their increasing commitment to your concept as well as to invite them in to be a trusted advisor. The 12 Steps come from the writings of many VCs about what they want to learn about prospective ventures and what are the most important answers they seek. A must-listen for any budding entrepreneur.

©2014 Deaver Brown (P)2014 Deaver Brown

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  • Wesley
  • 27-01-17

Good advice, poor audio quality

This sounds like it was recorded on a $20 laptop mic - but the content is good. Buy if you're not turned off by monotone narration.

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  • Denis
  • 30-04-16

Poor Narration

Its just over an hour audiobook, but I struggled to finish it simply because of the terrible narration. I had to constantly rewind because my mind kept wondering off to other things simply because there was no energy in the narration. The content itself was not very helpful, though because I like to absorb different points of view there were some small benefits I got out of it. All the book focuses on is 12 questions the author in his experience found VCs wanted answered, however his view in my opinion seems outdated in several questions he answered. It does not cover the process on how to get the VCs and close the deal as you would be led to believe in the title.