January 26, 2012

VantagePoint's Salzman on Billion Dollar Cleantech Investment

Forbes, Forbes


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Q: You co-founded VantagePoint Capital Partners in 1996. How has venture capital changed in the past 15 years?

A: Venture capital has evolved as the world and the economy have evolved. It is much more global today than [it was] 15 years ago. Partnerships [between] young, aspiring technology companies and larger established corporations and Fortune 500 [companies] have become a much more important part of the landscape. . .

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