Valuable VC Insights for 2015

Dealing with VCs shouldn’t feel like a game of poker. You don’t want to be contantly attempting to decipher their thoughts and anticipate their next move. This Q&A with Aaron Gershenberg, a managing partner at Silicon Valley Bank, pulls back the curtain and gives you some VC insights into how they’re sizing up 2015 and the trends it contains.

As far as Gershenberg is concerned, things are looking up for valuations in 2015, which is news every startup should celebrate. Read his entire interview to learn about his bank’s stance on burn rates, crowdsourcing and more.

Photo by: Peter Thoeny

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