An Invite-Only Event on the Future of Venture Capital
Venture Capital is in crisis. Over the last 10 years, returns have been dismal, early-stage funds are withering, and even public equity markets are beating private funds to a pulp. While some seed and large funds are still flourishing, the industry as a whole is not. As a result, LP’s are decreasing asset allocations, and the market is hemorrhaging with no end in sight. Ironically, an institution that was created to drive scalability is doing anything but – and its now venture capital that lacks innovation and efficiency.
For accredited & active investors only, PreMoney is a 1-day conference about the most disruptive models, platforms, and strategies for modernizing venture capital. Featuring the world’s leading investors & thought leaders such as Marc Andreessen (Andreessen Horowitz), Fred Wilson (Union Square Ventures), Kate Mitchell (Scale Venture Partners), Dave McClure (500 Startups), Josh Kopelman (First Round Capital), Naval Ravikant (AngelList) and more, PreMoney will provide fund managers and institutional investors with insight and tactics for building successful and scalable venture portfolios that are just as innovative as the companies they finance.
> Get the Inside Track on undercurrents in the rapidly shifting venture industry
> Get Connected to the world’s leading VCs, fund managers, and game-changers
> Build Successful, Scalable Portfolios via new models, platforms, + strategies
> Moneyball for Startups: A quantitative approach to early-stage tech investing
> Accelerators & Incubators: The mechanics of investing via accelerator programs
> Micro-VC: Why its really just a return to traditional VC investing
> Legal & Accounting 2.0: Using online tools for portfolio metrics & management
> Emerging Market Tech: The huge opportunities in international venture capital
> The LP ‘POV’: What LPs look for in innovative + emerging fund managers
> Late & Expansion Stage Innovation: How late-stage funds are continuing to innovate
> West Coast vs. Wall Street: A shift to operationally experienced managers over i-bankers
> Send me an Angel: Case studies from tech’s most successful angel investors