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The State of Venture Capital and Building a Cloud Unicorn in the Current Market with Byron Deeter

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The State of Venture Capital and Building a Cloud Unicorn in the Current Market with Byron Deeter

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With massive shifts and uncertainty in the markets right now, founders, CEOs, CFOs, and board members alike want to know what are the new rules to play by.

In this episode join Byron Deeter, Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners for a deep dive on what’s going on in Venture Capital and how you can build a cloud unicorn in the current climate.

Byron started as a SaaS CEO and has invested in probably more SaaS IPOs and unicorns than any other VC, from Twilio to Canva, Docusign, HashiCorp, Box, Intercom, and dozens more. Few have been doing this better, for longer, than Byron.

In this session, Byron dives into:

– What’s happening in venture capital right now
– Public and Private market analysis
– Top founder lessons to build a cloud unicorn from product to GTM to finance and teams, given current market conditions
– Which metrics boards and investors are focussing on right now and what are the leading indicators of good, bad, and ugly
– Why valuations may not truly be the best way to measure startup success
– 2022 cloud trends and predictions

MUST READ Bessemer Venture Partners’ State of the Cloud 2022 report: 2

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