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We’re kicking off 2022 with one of our favorite returning guests, Ankur Nagpal, founder of Teachable and Vibe Capital. After selling Teachable last year for $150 million, Ankur created Vibe Capital, a global early-stage generalist fund. He promises to be the "least painful investor you have to deal with" because he knows how founders feel about investing.
Listen to Nathan and Ankur discuss:
- Why founders prefer investing in other founders
- Defining IRR (internal rate of return) and why it's a key metric for modern-day investors
- Why he spends less than a week to decide to invest in a company
- Why speed is so important when it comes to investing
- The 3 most important things to look for when investing in a startup
- His “red flags” when reviewing potential companies to invest in
- And much more funding advice…
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