How did a startup, that’s barely a year old, that only has 1,400 customers, and whose founder is a first-timer become in a mere 12 months a company that the experienced hands at Andreessen Horowitz not only believe is going to be a game changer, but will be a leader in its class?
Getting investors to give money to a fledgling social venture isn’t easy, as InVenture’s CEO learns in this episode of The Unreasonables. You have to be willing to be more vulnerable and flexible than you want to be. Watch more->
LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman and former Facebook executive Matt Cohler drop $15 million into education startup Edmodo. Can creating an education graph transform how schools do their job?