After posting . . . that Mashable sold for . . . only $4 million more than all the VC funds it raised, some asked did employees get a share of the $4 million spread. None and Clint Richardson, who literally wrote the book on growth capital (best I've read in academia or trade), surmised even early investors could have gotten shelled because of senior debt, liabilities and side agreements. - CEO Cliff Oxford in the Morning Report to Oxford Center Members November 20, 2017
A fantastic resource that is both comprehensive and imminently digestible. Nelson Chu, Managing Director, Kinetic Ventures
We worked with the author (Clinton Richardson) on one of our portfolio companies from fundraising through a very successful exit. His book provides valuable insight into the give-and-take of the venture funding and the company growth process. - Will Griffith, General Partner, Technology Crossover Ventures
Clinton Richardson literally wrote the book on venture capital . . . . Thoughtful and less a marketer than some local lawyers, Richardson's rep is he's solid. And his ego doesn't block out the sun. G for guru from Atlanta Catalyst Magazine
A unique book from a veteran legal practitioner. Mr. Richardson represented us through six venture rounds and a $525 million exit. He knows his stuff. Full of practical strategies and insight. Douglas R. Sandberg, VP and General Counsel RBS Direct USA.
Full of tips and strategies. A real strength: short to-the-point definitions of key concepts. Entrepreneur Magazine