Following up on my post about the need, or not, for VCs…

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Since my last post [Blog Roundup: Discussion of TechCrunch post on the decline in VC returns] exploring the implications of a potentially smaller capital pool for the foreseeable future for early stage ventures, I’ve run across a couple of relevant posts on Forbes that I thought you might enjoy.

The first one is a bit more serious:

$10 Million Is The New $100 Million – Forbes.com.

The second one isn’t as serious, but is just as interesting a read:

Why Entrepreneurs Don’t Need VCs – Forbes.com

 

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