$1 billion. Yes, that’s a big number, but it’s not as valuable as $1 billion was in 1999 or even last year, so why the special name for private companies reaching this valuation? Brad Feld suggests the push for a billion dollar valuation may not be the best way to create long term value and may very well leave the employees and investors with much less than a focusing on long term value.
The current usage of the word unicorn makes me tired. I could rant about it for a while, but that would make me tired of myself ranting about it. Instead, I’d like to focus on a word that appeared a month ago by Aileen Lee in Welcome To The Unicorn Club, 2015: Learning From Billion-Dollar Companies. That word… Read more
Source: Unicorpse – Feld Thoughts