Reid Hoffman has famously experienced life as a game of strategy, and most careers and growth comes through strategic, opportunistic aggressiveness. Venture Capital is no different, and while certain unspoken rules exist on ‘how’ a firm is to invest and the velocity at which they fund, new firms have challenged this tradition through rapid investments, higher than normal valuations, and minimal company involvement. Companies like Tiger Group have shown that disruption is ripe even in longstanding industries like VC.
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