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In their brand new class, Art of the Start: Turning Ideas Into High-Growth Businesses, Silicon Valley business icons Guy Kawasaki and Bill Reichert share lessons they’ve mastered from decades of experience.
Check out this four-step framework for articulating your value proposition and crafting your elevator pitch for venture capital investors and customers.
Bill Reichert gives this classic presentation on the Top 10 Lies VCs Tell Entrepreneurs in front of students of the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
The executive summary is often your initial face to a potential investor, so you need to make a good first impression. Find out how!
Garage's very own Guy Kawasaki gives a talk for the UC Berkeley Startup Competition about the top ten mistakes of entrepreneurs.
To win over investors, you need to tell a good, clear, easy-to-repeat story—the story of an exciting new startup.
Garage's Bill Reichert reflects on the state of Silicon Valley, global entrepreneurship, and the future direction of innovation.
Guy Kawasaki distills his top ten lessons for entrepreneurs in this classic keynote presentation from his "Art of the Start" series.
By Garage Technology Ventures Across different venture capital and corporate investment firms, investors differ in the criteria they use for funding a company. Some invest only in specific technologies at certain stages, while others only