“Venture capital has been the most esoteric, the most exclusive investment activity in the world.”

Just south of San Francisco lie Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Mountain View and Stanford, to name a few of these famous, yet surprisingly small towns. This is where the garages, dorm rooms and poorly lit, drab offices are located that have witnessed the birth of businesses like Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Google and ebay. There are many reasons and many articles written about why these great tech companies come from this very small corner of the world. However, very few of these articles adequately address the virtuous circle of Venture Capital (VC) fundraising and investing that is an essential cog in the process. Successful start-ups in San Francisco leave founders with pools of money that could

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