Smaller up-front investments create a greater range of exit strategies where everyone wins. For example, if a business raises a small amount of initial capital, then exceeds its early milestones and decides to swing for the fences, it can then raise a larger sum at a higher price, while preserving ownership. If the business is not ready for rapid growth, it preserves the option for an exit at around $50 million, while still delivering a high return for investors. This dual-track model is less available to companies that raise large amounts of money early. — The Hottest VC No One Has Ever Heard Of - robgo.org Good read for early stage entrepreneurs, you’ve got to walk before you can run and micro VC’s are an exciting trend to help. I’m happy to be talking with a few about HomeField.