In Silicon Valley, Investors Are Jockeying Like It's 1999. MENLO PARK, Calif.
—Travis Kalanick is the founder of a start-up that lets people order up a car service from a cellphone. Recently, the 34-year-old found himself in the driver's seat. Several major venture-capital firms were vying to fund Uber, his fledgling company. While presenting his business plan at the offices of Benchmark Capital, Mr. Hot to get a job at a startup if you aren't a developer. Recently, I’ve received an increasing number of emails from “business people” looking for advice on how to get a job at a startup.
Most have the same story, “I could go work at a big company, but want to join a startup. One problem: I don’t know where to start the process.” Everyone knows how to get their foot in the door at an investment bank - just apply online. Start-ups Rejected By Y Combinator (And Investors) Flock To YC Reject - Tomio Geron - Social Markets.