Is it time for the bootstrapper to jump on the venture treadmill?

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hello and welcome back to Impartialitya podcast about the startup business where we unpack the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.

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This is our Wednesday show where we stick to one topic, think about the issue and reveal the rest. This week, Natasha as well as Alex asked: Is it time for the bootstrapper to jump on the venture treadmill?

The episode was inspired by Natasha’s recent Startups Weekly column: “The bootloaders are coming, the bootloaders are coming” and accompanying TechCrunch+ article, “Will startups one day turn into venture capital businesses at a tipping point?” But, of course, in the classic Equity style, we continued the conversation with an emphasis on nuances and numbers.

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Here’s what we got ourselves into:

  • Bootstrap definition, plus our own additions and subtractions
  • A trend towards more bootstrap companies taking on venture capital projects, or at least more VCs showing interest in bootstrap companies.
  • What the hell is a venture treadmill and what does drugs have to do with it?
  • We ended up both agreeing that we really are the best.

There is a rich history when it comes to starting companies that end up raising money. We just want to know if this will happen more often today and sooner. Let’s talk!

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Stocks drop every Monday at 7:00 AM PT and Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00 AM PT, so follow us at Apple Podcasts, Overcast weather, Spotify aand all throws.




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