Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurial Practice; The Larry Levy Executive Director, Kellogg Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative
For venture capitalists and the companies in their portfolios, the COVID-19 crisis has been transformational.
Prior to the pandemic, “it was easy for a lot of firms to raise money,” says Woody Marshall, a general partner at private equity firm TCV. “But they could be one and done, depending on how they behave when the chips are down.”
So how can entrepreneurs and investors best weather the crisis? And what will the investment landscape look like going forward?
On this special episode of The Insightful Leader, Marshall discusses with Linda Darragh, a clinical professor of innovation and entrepreneurship.
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