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EP #24 – How To Fundraise As An Early Stage Startup

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EPISODE #24: DANIEL GUTENBERG (ANGEL INVESTOR)

Interview Timestamps

1:15 – Mistakes Swiss founders make repeatedly.
4:20 – How to find the right evaluation.
09:58 – How much money should an early-stage company raise?
21:47 – How should a startup team deal with an investor?
29:12 – How often does Daniel check-in with his investments?

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Biography

Finding unicorns before they have 10 employees is his ambition. Daniel Gutenberg is one of Switzerland’s most active Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors. During his career he’s collected a total of 12 unicorns in his portfolio, so far. Daniel started his first company – Gutenberg Communication Systems – in 1991 and sold it in 2000 as part of a deal to become the CEO of the acquiring company. During this time, Daniel was a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), through which he met people like Jeff Bezos and Marc Andreessen. Since 2003 he has been active as an investor and advisor to startups through the Swiss venture capital firm Venture Incubator Partners. Daniel was awarded business angel of the year in 2011 (SECA).

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