May 25, 2022

Hello and welcome to Equity, the startup business podcast where we reveal the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.

This is our Wednesday show where we focus on one topic, think about one issue and reveal the rest. This week, Natasha As well as Alex Asked: Will Tiger’s second action match his first?

This question came up after Natasha’s last column in Startup Weekly, where she looked at an example of how the Tiger Global Seal of Approval shows up early on. Today’s conversation is a continuation of this topic, but supplemented with examples, links and, of course, jokes.

  • Before we get to that point, we looked at some historical venture reshuffles, specifically looking at its failure in the startup ecosystem of Andreessen Horowitz, SoftBank, and finally Tiger Global. Remember when we were not indifferent to megafunds, but due diligence was the opposite?
  • We then look at why Tiger is now investing in early-stage companies all the time (hack: listen to our Market Correction episode to learn more).
  • We talked about how Tiger subtracts a new check in AngelList and as a result he gets a window. One new fund, AngelList, in particular, has a hell of a tiger vibe.
  • It also discusses how Tiger’s late stage action plan moves into the early stage, allowing us to discuss due diligence, ownership, and funding structure.
  • And while we’re on the subject of evergreen funds, here’s an evergreen reminder to use the “Promotions” code when subscribing to gaming-updates+ for huge discounts, and thank you to your favorite trio of tech geeks.
  • We somehow also fit into YC, and why not.

All things considered, the venture capital market will be very different from what we saw in 2022, and not just because Tiger is changing its stance. What we saw last year could be higher water levels for business for a long time to come. so stay tuned.

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