What are Venture Capital communities?
Venture capital communities are online hangouts where VC and growth equity investors meet to talk about strategy, resources, and current industry movements. There is a wide range of VC-communities for different niches, levels, and purposes. If you are looking for trusted VC playbooks to master, or to meet other inspiring growth investors, find a venture capital community to surround yourself with.
About Communities Tagged with "Jobs"
These communities are typically centered around a particular profession, and want to make sure that their members get employed if they are looking for work. They will host a dedicated job board, or have some sort of service/channel for connecting with employers.
on slackWe believe that it is impossible to simplify the role of a venture capitalist into a standardized playbook. That being said, the lack of structure has allowed for a number of different frameworks to be implemented across different funds. We built Confluence to help VCs connect with each other and share templates, resources, ideas, and deal flow. Our ultimate goal is to make each member more effective in their roles by leveraging the collective power of the community. Confluence.VC is completely free to use, and our goal is to keep you engaged and coming back regularly. Updates and new tools are added frequently!
on slackThe Emerging Venture Capitalists Association (EVCA) was founded in 2017 as the primary community for the pre-partner venture capital investor. Our highly-curated membership of over 750 investors represent a diverse group of institutional, micro VCs, and corporate venture funds from across the United States. The community is organized on Slack, with 40+ channels dedicated toward discussing industry verticals, co-investment opportunities, career planning, community service, and personal interests.