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Inside the Bizarre, Boozy World of a Junior VC in Silicon Valley

Welcome to an industry filled with 21-year-olds, open bars, and very little business experience

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AA lot of people want to be venture capitalists. People outside of the industry assume that there’s no cooler professional calling than investing other peoples’ money into sexy startup companies…

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Mike Raab

Mike Raab

Writing about entrepreneurship, media, tech, life. Author of Founded: https://www.amazon.com/Founded-B-S-Guide-Student-Entrepreneurs/dp/163909007X/

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