Think it’s hard to fundraise for a startup? Try raising money for a venture fund. Without an ivy league diploma, a hot startup behind your name and a proven track record of managing a venture capital fund, it’s downright difficult. Aspiring venture capitalists spend years climbing the corporate ladder within established VC firms with the hope that someday they may earn the coveted status of “General Partner” — and that’s after having gotten a foot in the door with an MBA from Stanford or Harvard. Others spend years building a hot startup like Twitter, working their way up to Senior… This story continues at The Next Web
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