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Yet Another (ex-)VC Blog

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Venture Capital Jobs and Career Resources

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VC Below you’ll see what may be the biggest collection of venture capital job postings and VC job tips on the web. In fact, many of the posts and pages below are the same ones that read during my own successful venture capital job searches.

But before you scroll down to check out the venture capital jobs and resources:

If you want to get an edge in your venture capital job search, you should subscribe to my VC careers email list, too.

Some people who have joined the email list have ended up working at leading venture capital firms like IVP, Citi Ventures, and General Catalyst.

The content I send to the list is 100% focused on venture capital jobs and tips to help you in your venture capital job search. And I don’t charge a dime for it.

Plus that list is where I share exclusive, subscriber-only opportunities to connect with venture capitalists, too.

If you subscribe (click here) you’ll immediately get a link via email to download an excerpt from my eBook Road to a Venture Capital Career.  

Venture Capital Career ‘Must Read’ Books

All of the books I link in this section are books that I’ve personally read (or wrote!) and recommend to any aspiring VC.

You’ll see that some of these are focused on company building instead of VC investing.

That’s exactly the point!  Because you really need to have both of those perspectives to be a good VC.

Here are the affiliate links:

Other books that Amazon recommends to people who bought my book:

Venture Capitalists Talking About Getting Venture Capital Interviews And Jobs

VCs – how they act, what they do, what motivates them, and career path

Managing the VC job hunt

Blogs and posts that focus on the mechanics of the venture capital business

My Quora Answers About Venture Capital Jobs, Roles, And Salaries

Internship Stuff

Recruiters who specialize in VC placements

Venture Capital Networking and Interviewing Tips

Venture Capital Jobs

Other Venture Capital Career Resources

Here’s one more opportunity to subscribe to my VC careers email list, where the content is 100% focused on VC job posting and tips to help you in your job hunt.  Again, if you subscribe, you’ll immediately receive a link via email to download an excerpt from my eBook Road to a Venture Capital Career.  Please input your email address in the field (and click ‘Submit’) below if you would like to subscribe.

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Written by John Gannon

October 6, 2008 at 11:52 pm

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  1. […] a feed based on that tag.  I could also create a drop.io drop similar to the one I set up for my VC Careers page for jobs that come in via email.   This method would allow my social network to view jobs that […]

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  2. […] Venture Capital Career Resources (glad to see people are finding this useful, but wish there were more people commenting!) […]

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  3. […] » I’ve been toying with the idea of writing a short (< 50 page) e-Book about how to get a job in venture capital.  All proceeds from the eBook would go to charity.  To gauge interest, I’ve created a […]

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  4. Hi, I´ve read a lot of posts both in your B-school blog and your VC blog. I am planning on applying to the J-Term starting Jan 2010. I was interested on your thoughts about it, especially from the job search perspective, compared with a two year program.
    I have a finance background and a job in VC would be ideal. Having said that, I am realistic and would like to keep my options open, especially bearing in mind that I am an international (Spain) and it will not be easy to stay in the US post MBA.
    Will the lack of a summer internship be a handicap? Have you seen your classmates hindered by this? Thanks in advance!

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    Inigo

    April 3, 2009 at 8:31 am

  5. @inigo

    Thanks for reading.

    I don’t think lack of summer internship will be a problem as long as you gain some experience during the school year by interning part-time with a venture firm or a startup. This will position you well to go either route (VC or startup) when you finish school.

    Regardless of 2 year / J-term, the VC job hunt is very hard. The only edge I perceived is that firms who were looking for a class of 2008 intern in Fall of 2006 would have not been an option for me. However, there were still plenty of opportunities available for those who ferreted them out.

    One thing you might consider if you can get some time off before starting school is to do a pre-internship with a VC or startup. Mark Davis (www.markpeterdavis.com) (CBS 2008 and now VC at DFJ Gotham) took this approach and it led to him working w/DFJ during b-school and now full-time employment.

    I hope this helps. Let me know if you have additional questions.

    Thanks again for reading.

    -John

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    jgannonwp

    April 3, 2009 at 2:48 pm

  6. […] As a junior staffer at a VC firm, I think its important to understand where and how you can be helpful to portfolio companies.  The advice I received from my venture capital teachers Stuart Ellman and Will Porteous of RRE Ventures (blog) has stuck with me, and I’ve tried to operate using that advice since starting my VC career. […]

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  7. John-

    Your blog is anything but “Another VC Blog.” The content has been quite helpful.

    May I request some advice? Currently I am a practicing heart surgeon (Northwestern-MD; General Surgery Residency-Stanford; Cardiovascular Physiology Fellowship- Stanford; Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship-UVA). I have always been interested in medical device commercialization and IP related to devices and healthcare. I recently completed a JD at Syracuse University in patent law and technology commercialization. I had such a great experience that I am starting Cornell Exec. MBA in the Fall. Planning to transition my career to VC at some point after two years- I’m currently 40.

    Are there any opportunities out there in VC (in any capacity) for a person such as myself as I complete business school? I will be in NYC area every other week. I am from SF and so will also be speaking to friends in VC out there for the same type of opportunity.

    Any thoughts would certainly be appreciated.

    Randy

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    Randy Green

    May 17, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    • Hi Randy – thanks for the note and I am glad you are enjoying the blog. I appreciate that you left a comment as well – it’s good to know someone is out there! :)

      Regarding opportunities to get involved with firms, here are some thoughts:

      – Firms will often hire subject matter experts to assist them with due diligence on potential investments. If you fit that description, I’d try to identify firms who are thinking of investing in that subsector of medicine, and approach them to learn more about their firm.

      – Approach firms with an idea for a structured project. You could propose a study of the cardiothoracic surgery widget market (substitute ‘widget’ for a real technology – as you know I’m not a healthcare guy :) and outline why you think it’s an attractive area in which to invest. And, you could point out potential companies in which to invest. As part of such a project, you’d need to spend alot of time talking to these companies as well, so you’d have the opportunity to do some sourcing as well.

      – If you’re unable to get involved with a VC firm, I’m sure there are some startups who would benefit from your services. In the same way you could propose a project to a VC firm, why not approach an interesting startup that’s addressing an area you find compelling?

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      jgannonwp

      May 18, 2009 at 9:24 pm

      • Great insights. I appreciate your time.

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        Randy Green

        May 18, 2009 at 11:07 pm

  8. Hi John thanks for this it is an incredible list and I thoroughly enjoy your blog.

    I would love to join a VC firm. I have an offer to join a Venture Debt/Lending firm as an Investment Associate in London UK. Do you thinking working at the Venture Debt fund for a couple years might be a reasonable stepping stone to become a VC? How might a VC view this transition? If not what might my career options be after that?

    Any thoughts would help a lot!

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    Jamie Hamilton

    November 23, 2009 at 7:42 pm

    • Hi Jamie —

      Thanks for reading, and I am glad you find the content useful.

      I do not personally know anyone who has jumped from venture debt to pure VC, but that does not mean it isn’t possible.

      If your ultimate goal is VC, then think about how the venture debt job can help get you there, and make sure you put yourself in situations where you build up skills that are transferable to VC.

      One thought that comes to mind is that venture debt is typically given to companies entering their growth phase or that are very close to profitability. If you are looking to work in growth equity/later stage VC then I think there might be a good deal of overlap in the types of companies you’d be looking for.

      I have a friend from my business school class who just entered the venture debt world, you may want to contact him and ask about his experience (feel free to say I referred you). His LinkedIn URL is: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/shahriq-sheikh/2/a87/718

      If you have trouble getting in touch with him, let me know and I will see if I can help.

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      John Gannon

      November 23, 2009 at 8:15 pm

  9. […] out John Gannon’s VC Career Resource page for more […]

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  10. For a top specialist site for private equity jobs and venture capital jobs see http://www.vc-jobs.com The site is the leading online jobboard for private equity recruitment (www.vc-jobs.com) and venture capital recruitment

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    Richard

    January 11, 2010 at 4:25 pm

  11. Good p[osts for VC oppertunities. I did not realise there was so much to it!

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    March 21, 2010 at 11:50 am

  12. […] careers info is just the cherry on top.  I’ve also added a link to his VC careers page from my VC careers page. Share […]

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  13. […] luck if you decide to apply! But make sure you check out my VC careers page for a primer on getting a job in VC, first […]

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  14. Many thanks for making the sincere effort to explain this. This was actually what I was looking for and I am glad to come here! Thanks for sharing such a valuable information with us.

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    January 6, 2012 at 11:56 pm

  15. Is an entrepreneur a good candidate for a VC analyst/associate position?…

    At first blush you would seem to be a good candidate, MBA or not. You should also be targeting post-MBA roles with the kind of background that you have. I think you’d have a good shot at positions in early stage firms given your entrepreneurial experi…

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    Quora

    February 28, 2012 at 12:01 am

  16. […] or are simply interested in the world of venture capital, I’d encourage you to check out my venture capital careers page – lots of tips and information related to the role of a junior VC plus tips for […]

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  17. […] you are interested in this role, or careers in venture capital, would encourage you to check out my venture capital careers page. Tons of tips for job hunting in VC land from myself and other former and current […]

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  18. Hi John,

    Can you suggest the best way to drop you a very brief one-on-one note regarding your work at AWS@NYC? I’d prefer not to guess my way to the right email addy! ;-)

    Dom

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    Dom

    October 11, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    • Dom – just send me a message via LinkedIn or email my first initial last name at amazon dot com.

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      John Gannon

      October 20, 2012 at 3:20 pm

  19. […] from my VC Careers email list (you can subscribe from this page) often email me asking for advice about how to get […]

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  20. Any ideas on if a Ph.D. in Biology can break in to VC directly without work experience? Do you know how to go about the process?

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    PG

    March 3, 2014 at 11:56 pm

    • It would be hard to go straight from your PhD program to venture unless you had spent some time working in or with bio related VC firms or startups. And then it would still be hard :) It’s important to do things to build VC or startup experience. If you haven’t been doing that, start now.

      In terms of the process, I have lots of links on this page to articles (written by me as well as others) that can help you develop a strategy. My eBook also provides this information in a focused format.

      Good luck in your search!

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      John Gannon

      March 4, 2014 at 9:50 am

  21. […] Meet with a founder, ostensibly about a job with that founder’s company, but then tell them what you are really trying to do is find a job in venture capital. […]

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  22. […] VC associates sift through a fire hose of business plans from brilliant, motivated people all day.  You start to see the same ideas over and over. The same themes play out with small variations. […]

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  23. […] John Gannon’s e-mail list  – https://johngannonblog.com/vc-careers/ […]

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  24. […] thinking of going to work on a CFO’s team at a small tech company. Her goal? To eventually get a job in venture capital. Here’s what she said (slightly modified to protect the innocent): I wanted to get your […]

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  25. […] the last 6 years(wow, has it been that long?) I’ve been helping people land venture capital jobs and startup jobs through the VC Careers community, Road to a Venture Capital Career, and […]

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  26. […] the last 6 years I’ve been helping people land venture capital jobs and startup jobs through the VC Careers community, Road to a Venture Capital Career, and […]

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  27. […] have on my draft deck, embedded below. If your main focus is VC/startups, see John Gannon’s venture capital jobs site and Christina Cacioppo’s startup and job […]

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  28. […] I put it into an Evernote Notebook called ‘JohnsJobs’ (like in this example – which means it’s meant for my startupcareeradvice.com blog) or ‘VC Careers’ (for my VC Jobs and Career Advice blog) […]

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  29. […] I put it into an Evernote Notebook called ‘JohnsJobs’ (like in this example – which means it’s meant for my startupcareeradvice.com blog) or ‘VC Careers’ (for my VC Jobs and Career Advice blog) […]

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  30. […] I put it into an Evernote Notebook called ‘JohnsJobs’ (like in this example – which means it’s meant for my startupcareeradvice.com blog) or ‘VC Careers’ (for my VC Jobs and Career Advice blog) […]

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  31. Hi John,
    Thank you for sharing such insightful resources! I have been looking for a site like yours for quite a while and fortunately few days ago I have found your blog. I would like to congratulate you for such incredible and helpful blog regarding VC career jobs and resources.

    I am currently working in a Business Angels firm in Barcelona but I am considering to make a move into the London / US VC ecosystem. So I actually have some issues I would like to ask you:
    1. One is related to the job positions you posted:
    a.How can we know when the due date for applying to the job positions is?
    b. There was one post regarding Bessemer Venture Partners posted on the 20/10/2015 where you redirect us to Kristina at bvp.com. I have tried to reach her but on the BVP Website there is no contact email to her. Do you know how I can get in touch with her?

    2. I am aware that there is a big competition within the VC industry and especially if you apply for job positions in London / SF / NYC / Boston / Berlin / Stockholm nevertheless, I was wondering what will be your advice to stand out from other candidates that are living in those places and might be more familiar with the VC ecosystem in those areas?

    3. The other issue is the following: I have a pre-MBA business administration background nevertheless I would like to learn more about VC Financial Modelling: do you know of any specific courses focusing on that? If so: are they for free? Do you provide them? I think it can be pretty interesting for people interested to land in this industry.

    Any advices / help will be much appreciated!

    PS: is there any other way we could contact you privately for further inquiries / doubts?

    Thanks!

    Eden

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    Eden

    November 19, 2015 at 10:48 am

    • Hi Eden – sorry for the delayed reply.

      On the jobs, I post whatever information that I find so if due date is not included then it means I don’t have the visibility :(

      Re: a finance course for aspiring VCs … you know, I haven’t heard of anything specifically but I do see a need for a course that shows basic VC math, cap tables, etc. Maybe poke around on Udemy to see if you can find something?

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      John Gannon

      December 3, 2015 at 12:03 pm

  32. Hi John,
    Thank you for sharing such insightful resources! I have been looking for a site like yours for quite a while and fortunately few days ago I have found your blog. I would like to congratulate you for such incredible and helpful blog regarding VC career jobs and resources.
    I am currently working in a Business Angels firm in Barcelona but I am considering to make a move into the London / US VC ecosystem. So I actually have some issues I would like to ask you:
    1. One is related to the job positions you posted:
    a.How can we know when the due date for applying to the job positions is?
    b.There was one post regarding Bessemer Venture Partners posted on the 20/10/2015 where you redirect us to Kristina at bvp.com. I have tried to reach her but on the BVP Website there is no contact email to her. Do you know how I can get in touch with her?

    2.I am aware that there is a big competition within the VC industry and especially if you apply for job positions in London / SF / NYC / Boston / Berlin / Stockholm nevertheless, I was wondering what will be your advice to stand out from other candidates that are living in those places and might be more familiar with the VC ecosystem in those areas?

    3.The other issue is the following: I have a pre-MBA business administration background nevertheless I would like to learn more about VC Financial Modelling: do you know of any specific courses focusing on that? If so: are they for free? Do you provide them? I think it can be pretty interesting for people interested to land in this industry.

    Any advices / help will be much appreciated!

    PS: is there any other way we could contact you privately for further inquiries / doubts?

    Thanks!

    Eden

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    Eden

    November 19, 2015 at 10:51 am

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  35. Hi John,

    Great blog. Seriously. Quality / quantity / relevancy of content is the best I have seen.

    I’m an associate at a small/mid size (~US$200m) Australian VC, previously working in BB IB for 2 years. The job is great but I would like to head over to the US (SF/NY) at some point to 1.play with the big boys 2. see more of the world / life experience.

    How do VCs look at transferring from fund to fund? And how do their view overseas expereince?

    (finance undergrad, no MBA)

    James

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    James McGrath

    February 22, 2016 at 11:14 pm

    • Thanks, James. These are great questions. Unfortunately this is not a situation I have encountered in terms of the cross border move. In terms of moving to another firm, that happens frequently.

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      John Gannon

      February 22, 2016 at 11:47 pm

  36. […] John’s Yet Another (ex-) VC Blog […]

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  37. Hi John,

    Thank you for this very informative and up-to-date blog. Everything written here is as good as advertised.

    I’ve seen most of the videos and articles you provided on how to get a VC job, but I was wondering if I could get some advice from you for my situation. I’m an aerospace engineer with 8 years of experience in the aerospace industry and just completed an MBA program. As a recent transplant to the Bay Area from the East Coast, I was wondering what you thought might be the best strategy to approach VC firms that specialize in tech companies – in particular, space tech (e.g. Bessemer). Whether the best approach is cold-emailing or attending local events, I’m curious what your thoughts were. I think my combination of technical and business skills would make me a good fit at one of these firms. Your help is greatly appreciated.

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    Ben

    October 11, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    • Hi Ben – thanks for the note. Play to your strengths and figure out the 5 or 10 or 20 investable companies in space tech, find out how you can help those companies directly, and then help them succeed! Make intros to potential buyers, partners, investors, etc — once you get to know their business a bit better and making sure that what you are doing is a net positive to the company. You could also develop an investment thesis about the space in general and share it with VCs privately or more publicly by breaking it apart into blog posts. Best of luck in your search!

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      John Gannon

      October 13, 2016 at 7:46 pm

  38. Hi John,

    I’ve recently joined Pritzker Group Venture Capital as an Associate, and I wanted to share the below post that I’ve written on “Keys to Becoming a Pre-MBA Associate.”

    View story at Medium.com

    If possible, I’d great appreciate if you are able to share this with folks within your VC network. Of course, I welcome any feedback that you have as well.

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    Eric Duboe

    November 14, 2016 at 10:45 pm

  39. Hi John,

    Great website and resources here. I am a post MBA working in investment banking and I did finance prior to my MBA. I want to work for funds like Funders Fund after 1-2 years in banking. Do you have any suggestions for me? I am currently based in NYC.

    Thanks,
    Sara

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    Sara

    December 3, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    • Hi Sara – I’d suggest joining the VC Careers email list (you’ll find links for it throughout this page) as I often send job search techniques and postings there.

      There are a lot of folks with a similar background to you trying to break into the industry, so think hard about how you’re different (really different) and then develop a strategy that plays to that differentiation.

      Best of luck!

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      John Gannon

      December 3, 2016 at 8:44 pm

  40. Great website and articles John! I am working full-time as a management consulant and I want to be a career VC in the 1-2 years, so I am curious whether it is possible to start a side business or help a VC on a part-time basis? If so, do you have any resources I can refer to?

    Thank you.

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    Gawande

    December 7, 2016 at 9:38 pm

    • Most of the resources I find I link here. Are there specific things you feel are missing from what’s here? Let me know as I am always looking to improve the quality and quantity of content.

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      John Gannon

      December 8, 2016 at 9:12 am

  41. Hi John, big follower of your website as a graduate VC. The VC I work for is hiring, how would we go about being added to your list of jobs please?

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    Josh

    January 12, 2017 at 11:10 am

    • Hi Josh – subscribe to my email list which you can do from this page. Then just reply to the first email you get — it goes directly to me.

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      John Gannon

      January 15, 2017 at 11:59 am

  42. Hey John, huge fan of everything you do here.

    It is pretty clear that having a couple of investment pitches ready is important. I have many startups in mind, but don’t feel like I know how to best attack (a) choosing which to pitch and (b) structuring a pitch. Do you have any advice or can you point to anywhere that could inform people on how to go about this effectively?

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    samslezek

    January 23, 2017 at 8:57 pm

    • Hi Sam – thanks for the kind words. I am pretty informal about pitching a company when I have a pre-existing relationship with an investor, but I still make sure that it is clear why I think it would be a good fit for them or their fund.

      Here’s a (real) example below.


      “Hi – acquaintance of mine just joined a seed stage co. out your way called AcmeCo. They are doing network monitoring / control / SDN management with some special sauce thrown in. Have 40 co’s using their beta.

      They are closing a seed round shortly, thought it might be up your alley and told them they should talk with you.

      If it is of interest, let me know and I’ll connect you with them.

      Hope all is well!”

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      John Gannon

      January 23, 2017 at 9:31 pm

  43. John,

    I am interested in applying for associate positions listed on your webpage. I am curious whether VC associate recruiting is similar to the recruiting process at a PE firm, which means candidates will get an offer one year in advance? Given my current work situation, I won’t be able to joining a firm until August. Therefore, I am curious whether I should apply for the opportunities now, and negotiate on start date if I get an offer, or wait until a few months later (obviously there are many good opportunities posted recently and I would like to give a try).

    Also, I’ve already had 5 years of experience and a MBA. For the associate postings, do you think I can negotiate for a senior associate position?

    Let me know your thoughts / advice on this.

    Thanks!!

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    Gawande

    February 1, 2017 at 10:23 pm

    • Thanks for the note.

      First, everything is negotiable! :)

      Second, some of the later stage firms or large multi stage firms do hire folks ahead of time e.g. IVP.

      My advice would be to get yourself in front of as many firms as you can, whether or not they are hiring now or later. Your success in this kind of job search will be highly influenced by the number of high quality connections you’re able to develop. (Actually, I think that’s the key to career success, too ;)

      Good luck!

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      John Gannon

      February 2, 2017 at 8:30 am

  44. Hi John,

    I received a verbal offer for an associate position (I found job posting here, thanks). The firm has been delaying a formal contract for several weeks, citing busyness when I followed up. Is this common, or is it likely they are waffling on my candidacy?

    Any suggestions for how to approach following up?.

    Thanks

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    PureVC

    February 8, 2017 at 12:57 pm

    • If they are a known entity (established firm) then I’d be less concerned than if they are a newer firm, or a firm that’s not yet closed a fund. However, it is quite common for VC firms not to move fast when there’s no compelling event.

      E.g. I had an offer to join a fund, and within a week was able to go from 1st meeting to offer on paper with a 2nd fund. That 2nd fund would not have moved nearly as fast if I had not got that 1st offer.

      You might also consider (if you haven’t already) letting other firms that you’ve been talking with (and that you wouldn’t mind working for) that you do have a verbal offer but that you’re still very interested in their firm. This may get some other folks moving and help you get to an outcome you want — starting a job in venture!

      Good luck!

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      John Gannon

      February 10, 2017 at 6:37 pm

  45. Do you provide sample investment memos or industry overviews?

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    Jerrod Hill

    February 17, 2017 at 5:30 pm

  46. Hi John, thank you for putting this together! It’s very useful. I’m interested in working at a VC but have a marketing and digital analytics background. I’m wondering if VCs hire people with experience outside of finance to either help evaluate startups on things other than revenue potential (i.e. using market research and product/market fit criteria), or to help portfolio companies with marketing strategy. What non-finance roles are there at a VC and how hard is it to get one? Thanks!

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    Ann

    March 13, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    • Hi Ann – thanks for writing. There are plenty of folks who work in VC who didn’t come from a finance background. In fact for early stage VC there’s really not alot of “finance” to be done. For growth stage VCs it is a different story, since you are dealing with real business that have income and positive cashflow. Larger VC firms may have marketers on staff to consult with their portfolio on growth related topics. Long way of saying: there are many paths, but all require a ton of hustle :) Good luck!

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      John Gannon

      March 28, 2017 at 9:51 pm

  47. Hi John,
    Awesome Blog man! Hopefly your blog is helping many people that interesting in VC.

    My first question is: Which is the most methodology to evaluation a Startups? Even a Seed, Series A, B,C. For me doesn’t mean a DCF. Could be the multiples? If you have one to share this model, can you do that?

    Second question: I used to work as an Analyst in some M&A boutiques, that could run two deals (all phases), i came to SF to study in Berkeley and got stuck on those VC’s Funds. Do you think i can apply for anyone like a temporary position?
    TKs

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    CAUE FERREIRA

    May 5, 2017 at 8:03 pm

    • Angel, Seed, Series A valuations can be more art than science, although from what I have seen there is a typical range that is ‘market’ at any given point in time based on round size. Some investors also target a % ownership and then work backwards into the valuation from that % ownership and the amount of money going in. I think #breakingintovc may have some more coverage on this topic (valuing early stage businesses) as well, and also has some tips on getting into VC in general as an undergrad. Good luck in your search!

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      John Gannon

      May 5, 2017 at 8:13 pm

  48. Hi John,

    Thanks for a killer resource and I had a question about salary ranges for VC roles. I am in the final interview steps for a Principal position at a biotech focused VC firm and looking for input on the salary range. The wide range I found on the internet (200k-700K base) has left me with more questions than answers.The firm is a pretty standard, 6 partners, 1 managing partner and no junior members overseeing `$250million. I know that every firm is unique and that the wide range maybe true, but I was looking for some sage like advice from my favorite VC blogger. Let me know if you can help or at least provide some resources that might.

    Cheers,

    Jamie

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    Jamie

    November 16, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    • Hi Jamie – best bet if you are in a bind is to reach out to some recruiting firms that do semi-frequent VC searches. They may have a good read on what is currently market depending on the key variables (e.g. AUM, sector, stage). Glocap is one firm that comes to mind, but there are several others. Best of luck in getting your search over the finish line.

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      John Gannon

      November 20, 2017 at 9:08 am


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