Most people think of a venture capitalist as an investor who provides capital to startups in exchange for equity. But that is only partly true. Venture capitalists are typically looking for a high return on investment. However, this high return will be difficult to attain without mentoring founders, sharing knowledge, resources and experience — and even providing mental support.
Alexander Chachava is highlighting nine ways an early-stage venture capitalist should help startup founders after closing the deal, and these points are exactly what differentiates a great investor from a mediocre one for the Entrepreneur Media: https://www.entrepreneur.com/starting-a-business/9-ways-a-venture-capitalist-can-and-should-help-startup/434578