In recent years, the world of venture capital has been dominated by blockbuster IPOs and the funding of technology companies set to become "disruptors." But market dynamics have forced some portfolio managers to shift gears and return to what they see as becoming even more profitable than a tech-enabled IPO exit.
The lackluster IPO market doesn’t mean the potential for late-stage venture capital is set to fade into the sunset, according to John Zic, partner and founding team member at EQUIAM, a San Francisco-based, data-driven VC manager. Some estimates show there are . . .
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