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Should I Be Moving to Silicon Valley?

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Posted by Anonymous on 2010-04-12

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I'm looking to do an A-round for my company, which has been funded by angels so far. We have modest revenue, a couple of good clients and our product is live. We are not based in location with VCs, and I know from experience that A-round VC investors like to invest locally. So I'm thinking of "moving" to Silicon Valley. I'm wondering what the minimum requirements for "moving" are in the mind of VCs, since I know from experience that moving an existing company is not a good idea. Our development is all done in India anyway, so we're not moving that. I'm thinking of just taking some space at Regus in Silicon Valley. With offices being so virtual these days anyway, I would like some advice on what "moving" to Silicon Valley would really mean - spending 2 days a week there? Any feedback appreciated.

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