When what Looks like a Bad Idea is a Good Idea?

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(B) I really enjoyed this video from Chris Dixon venture partner at Andreessen Horowitz at Y Combinator‘s Start-up School. Mr. Dixon rightly articulates the goal of a venture investor which is to find which new business ideas which seem bad ideas are instead good entrepreneurial ideas.

And entrepreneurs, that know problems better than anyone else, can generally start very successful start-ups. A good case study that illustrates that point is Eric Yuan who left his job at WebEx to start Zoom, and whose journey has been described in a recent CNBC article.

 

 

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