What They Dont Teach You At Stanford Business School

Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

How to Lie to VCs at SXSW

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By Larry Chiang

Entrepreneurs do not know how to lie to VCs.

After hearing countless pitches, I do. And it is not what you think.

-1- Lie Low

Entrepreneurs all lie high. I am saying if you’re gonna lie. Lie low.

Here is why.

If you meet at a conference like SXSW or D1 in Rancho Palos Verdes, you are not going to get funded inside of a week.

The VCs are going to collect data. Data point number one can be “registered users” if you’re a consumer startup. Data point number one can be fortune 1000 client(s) if you’re enterprise.

Do not lie about data point number one.

It leads to a smaller delta. It causes the VC to see smaller difference between data point one and data point TWO.

What is data point two!?

registered users or fortune 1000 enterprise two months from now.

Do yourself a favor and lie low.

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Written by Larry Chiang

May 31, 2013 at 5:54 pm

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