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Fund81 Episode #2: Venture Fund Terms 101

Venture fund legal terms can sound a bit like a foreign language to new venture capitalists and venture fund investors. In this Fund81 podcast episode, Liz Meade, a new angel investor considering venture fund investments, interviews me to decode some of the lingo in venture fund LPAs (Limited Partner Agreements).

You can listen to the episode here and subscribe to the Fund81 podcast via iTunes or Soundcloud.

Enjoy.


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