Why Does Mark Cuban Believe That He’s An Investor and Not a Venture Capitalist?
In March of this year Mark Cuban at the 2017 SXSW Conference and Festivals in Austin, Texas stated that he’s an investor not a venture capitalist. When he was asked what the difference is he stated the following “The difference is I try to be supportive and involved in the companies I invest in.” These are sharp words from a typically quick to judge and successful gentle that is also one of the judges on the popular start up show “The Shark Tank” and owner of the NBA franchise The Dallas Mavericks.
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