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Chris Neumann, as an experienced investor, has observed that most companies actually are not suitable for growing by attracting venture capital. He offers the following advice:
A common indicator is whether a company has the potential to become a billion-dollar company in valuation over the next seven to ten years, which also means annual revenues exceeding one hundred million dollars.
In fact, 99% of companies don't meet this criterion. However, this doesn't mean they are not good companies; it just means they are not suitable for venture capital investment.
Instead of blindly pursuing venture capital, companies should focus on how to generate revenue and profit.
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Chris Neumann 作为一位资深投资人，发现大多数公司其实不适合通过拉拢风险投资而增长，他建议道：