Venture and Capital Interviews | Alan Jones

  • The first thing Alan Jones looks at when considering a founder is if he likes the person – he would much rather choose someone with a smaller portfolio who he enjoys spending time with
  • One of the ways to be interesting to an investor is by growing fast.
  • Deconstructing a business problem into different engineering problems will show you understand the problems with the current.
  • Establish trust with employees, customers and investors by doing what you say you’re going to do.
  • Never offer your services for free – there will always need to be some sort of financial transaction involved.



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