Times have changed. VCs now invest $10s of millions in each new venture looking for home runs over a long investment cycle. Unfortunately, singles and doubles provide inadequate returns for huge VC firms, so VCs press for big winners at the risk of losing everything. Dr. Peters has a compelling new strategy for entrepreneurs and angels: Improve your odds of lucrative returns using only angel money and focusing intensely from the outset on seeking Early Exits. --Bill Payne, Angel Investor and Winner of the 2009 Hans Severiens Award
Early Exits is a 'must-read' book for serious entrepreneurs and individual investors. It is the only book that I have seen in 12 years that focuses exclusively on Exit Strategies. An invaluable resource with a detailed contents section, it is easy to read with plain language, not too much jargon and good case study examples. READ IT. --Bob Chaworth-Musters, founder of the Angel Forum - Vancouver
Basil has provided a wonderful service to the angel community by writing the best book on exits. All will benefit from his wisdom and the experiences he shares. --John O. Huston, Founder, The Ohio TechAngels - Columbus
Dr. Basil Peters is the Fund Manager for Fundamental Technologies II - an angel investment fund (seed stage venture fund). He also founded a venture capital firm and a hedge fund and has been a CEO in Vancouver and Silicon Valley. Basil is an active, early-stage, technology investor and writes a blog on best practices for entrepreneurs and angel investors at AngelBlog.net. He has a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia in Electrical and Computer Engineering and has received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award; the Entrepreneurship Silver Award; the BC Science and Engineering Gold Medal; and the Business Leader of the Year Award. More on Basil at BasilPeters.com.
Well written, concise, and straight to the point: illustrated with examples and written in easy language that anyone can understand. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Vincent Bataoel
The book uses a few case studies to build the data to validate an early exit strategy. It was interesting but became a little redundant after a while. subscribe to the philosophy! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Massachusetts BMW motorcycle