How Do You Become a Venture Capitalist?
Becoming a venture capitalist simply requires having enough money to invest in other people's business, but starting up a Web site and meeting other venture capitalists is a great way to get into the business. Consider a career in investments with information from a portfolio manager in this free video on business strategies.
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Are you considering becoming a venture capitalist? Hi this is Roger Groh with Groh Asset Management. In today's world all that means is that you have money that you would like to invest in other people's businesses. How can you establish yourself as a VC? Well the easiest thing to do is start a website and put all over that website venture capitalist. Believe me, when people do searches when they're looking for money for venture capitalist, that will help your website come up and it will generate many corporate presentations coming to you via e-mail. Other ways, well meeting other venture capitalists is always a great way because nobody ever has enough money. Attending venture capital meetings, perhaps listing yourselves in the venture capital publications or business publications as a venture capitalist. In today's world where very few banks are releasing money, if you have money I would make that very clear in all of your data. Say we have money and we are lending, make that very clear. What does it take to be successful? Probably understanding that industry and that type of business before you make an investment in it so that you can size up their business plan the people involved and figure out if they have a legitimate chance of making money. Hope that helps, I'm Roger Groh at Groh Asset, thank you very much for spending time with me.