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安德烈·伊戈达拉:枢转你的剧本

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安德烈伊戈达拉:然后你开始看到,你知道,你的赛道记录开始为自己说话。你知道,这些顶级的VC公司一直在为最长的方式做到这一点。它已经关闭给我们,但现在你开始弄清楚你的目的。而我的目的就是踢开那扇门,带着我的人一起参与我们从未参与过的行动。

卡拉·哈里斯:在访问和机会的一集中,我们欢迎投资者安德烈·伊戈达拉,在催化剂基金的风险伙伴。最着名的被称为三次NBA冠军,安德烈巧妙地利用了他在联盟的成功,以建立一个着名的职业生涯投资该技术部门。他与催化剂基金的合作侧重于支持从多元化,不足的背景的创始人的初创公司。在这一集中,安德烈让我们回到他如何开始投资,围绕着智能经验丰富的人民的重要性,以及他与催化剂基金的工作如何帮助非洲裔美国人,西班牙裔和女性企业家安全资金。来吧,加入我骑行。

卡拉·哈里斯:安德烈,非常感谢你今天和我在一起。很高兴有于节目。所以你准备好了吗?我们可以跳进去吗?

安德烈伊戈达拉:是的,女士。我也很感谢你邀请我。

卡拉·哈里斯:好的,谢谢。我会假设大多数人听到这一切都知道你在NBA的时间。您是一个三次NBA冠军,决赛MVP和一个前全明星。但同样令人印象深刻的是你所做的事。就在今年你加入催化剂资金作为风险伙伴。所以告诉我们的听众关于催化剂基金。

安德烈伊戈达拉:因此,催化剂基金落入康卡斯特州,这是一个专注于不足的创始人的基金,您谈论不足,统计上,非洲裔美国,拉丁蛋白和妇女创始人已经以比传统公司资助的更小的数量资金资助。我们所看到的是,我会谈论非洲裔美国人,拥有更强大的花费,然后妇女有一个非常强大的花费。但这一家公司都没有企业家或创始人,这些企业家或创始人看起来像是以后的消费者。近来,随着国家开始以来一直发生的很多社会不公正,自从成立以来,您已经知道,已经在那里与新技术进行了光明,显然是在你的手掌中拥有相机,我们都看到这些东西。所以,你看到很多这些VC公司,你看到很多人想知道他们在你支持的情况下他们对待自己,你知道,这些社会不公正的社区?因此,您正在看到很多形成这些专注于这些黑色和棕色,女性创始人历史上历史资助的基金的大量VC公司。But with Catalyst Fund, it’s been around since 2011, so it's been something that has been on its mind before all the hoopla has been about, OK, is this a marketing ploy to get people to say, “Hey, we're standing behind you.” You know with Catalyst fund, it’s been something that's been around for a while and they had a good portfolio of companies already invested in wanting to help companies not just financially, but grow responsibly, grow efficiently, and scaling that the right way.

卡拉·哈里斯:所以你决定,而不是建立自己的基金,你认为网络的平台,将自己一个实体像催化剂基金和康卡斯特在游戏一段时间可能是一种方法来加速的影响可以作为一个投资者。这公平吗?

安德烈伊戈达拉:在这个特殊的时间内,我认为这是我对待自己,我的价值观以及我想在技术领域做出的最佳选择,并试图对我们投资的公司产生巨大影响我们合作。它不仅为公司提供财政支持和财务资源,也是公司的专业知识,我们的网络,以及帮助这些公司负责任地增长,以有效的方式帮助他们以负责任的方式规模。所以,所有这些事情和这些价值观与我在职业生涯中的事情和我在技术空间的旅程中对齐。

卡拉·哈里斯:这很出色。坦率地说,我们是精神烈酒,因为这正是我们对多元文化创新实验室所做的事情,因为我们很早就弄清楚了它不仅仅是钱。所以当我们喜欢说,我们给予他们现金,我们给他们内容,我们给他们的联系以帮助加速业务的扩展。所以让我们一路走回。你一生都是一位运动员。那么你什么时候在投资中获得这种兴趣,你是如何沿途考虑这一点的?

安德烈伊戈达拉:好吧,我会尽量给它一个最短的版本,但这是一个伟大的旅程。成为一名职业运动员,你一下子就能承受所有的负担。一旦你的名字公布了,很快你就签了合同,然后全世界都知道了你的薪水。你知道,所有这些事情都强加在你身上。这是在年轻的时候。你现在19、20岁,你正在努力弄清楚生活中的所有这些事情。很明显,你知道,我们公立学校的教育系统资金非常不足。问题是,我们没有接受过金融教育,我们都没有真正需要的金融教育,来获得成功,来处理迅速向我们袭来的财富。虽然我们中只有少数人收支平衡过。很多人都没交过税。 A lot of guys it’s the first actual job they've ever had. So there’s a lot that goes into that. And you go through these different programs and they try to give you life lessons and teach you ten-fifteen years’ worth of game in four days. And it goes into how do you scope out someone is trying to get over on you. You know, how do you scope out the understanding of you filing taxes in every state that you play in. How you're trying to scope out what budgeting means? How are you trying to figure out, you know, what's realistic in terms of living within your means and understanding compound interest and all those things that come about, the percentage of athletes to go through divorces, the percentage of athletes to file for bankruptcy, within two or three years of their careers ending, and what's the real average years of an athlete's lifespan. That's like three or four years. People really don't understand that. And then that triggered a light bulb in my head and told me to figure out a lot of these things that they're seeing are the major issues for professional athletes and finances were a bigger part of that. So, I just tried to align myself with people who were smarter than me, who had expertise who will hold me accountable for learning on my own, going out and getting the knowledge myself, and then having a passion to go get the knowledge for myself and led me to an E-Trade account. Take a small piece of your savings and you just start dipping into having different stocks. And, you know, it's your money. You don't want to lose it. So, you're trying to understand why stocks go up, why they go down, market cap, stress the weaknesses of the company, opportunities for the company to scale and threats of competitors and what other competitors are doing as well. And this just leads you into this whole new world. And then once you're you know, you really care about your wealth, you realize that it’s not a job. It's just something that you learn to enjoy and you learn how people grow their wealth. You see other people who have more money than you. I know one of my favorite books was Snowball Effect on Warren Buffett. And pretty much he was just a basketball player, but it was collecting coins. You know, he just started collecting coins early instead of dribbling the basketball. And the same expertise I got on the basketball court, he was getting in the money world. And once I understood that, I'm like, hey, we can we can all do this. You know, it's just about having the right perspective, the right understanding, the patience. You know, so there's a lot of things that I learned throughout that. But the E-Trade account really helped me get into the tech space because I saw myself starting to invest in a lot of tech companies. And the iPhone came out around that time and I was a big Apple fan. So, I was following Apple very closely and from there, it's just like I was just thrust into a new world.

卡拉·哈里斯:哇。好吧,我得告诉你,安德烈,你刚给了我们一个惊人的剧本。所以现在让我们快进。It’s 2011. There's a lockout in the NBA and you use the time instead of continuing to kind of work on the craft that had the W-2 associated with it, you actually went to an internship at one of our competitors, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, to just do a week long internship. Tell us about that and why that might have been important for you.

安德烈伊戈达拉:是啊,那是一次很棒的经历。那时,我刚和费城76人队签了一份大合同。我有一个非常好的,我称之为好的恐吓,你签了一份不错的合同,然后你签了一份大合同,这就像,现在这真的是一个不同的世界。你可以接触到很多东西。我很高兴我很快地经历了那个阶段,我体验了高质量的生活。我很快就明白了,那只是物质上的东西。我意识到这并不适合我。就好像,如果你付出了正确的努力,你就能在经济上获得更大的成功。所以我找到了一位优秀的理财师,我们一起制定了一套策略,告诉我们如何快速地节省一定数量的资金。我的资金经理的策略是,在那个时候这样更安全,这对我来说很好,因为这一切都是关于储蓄——我们称之为堆积——就是尽可能多地堆积,把你不需要的东西剪掉。 So you learn about assets and liabilities. So, the lockout happens, and I say, let's make some-- let's make something of this time that you're off. Let's not just sit around and I get my work done in the gym and then you have all this time on your hands as an athlete, you have a lot of free time. That's what people don't understand. A lot of athletes struggle with that free time. So, it was brought up, hey, how about you come in and learn about what I do? And that's something I always wanted to do. And then look at some other areas in the different financial space, whether it be a day trader, I went to see a day trader, which was a lot of fun. Got to see how business worked for him and how he was moving different stocks for different clients. And on the same trip, on the same internship, I was with a venture capitalist and I was in New York. So it was interesting, venture capitalists from New York and Silicon Valley, but they weren't as known in New York at that time. Now they're all over because, you know, you can you can work remotely. But he took me to Tesla, which was very, very interesting. Yes, it was one of the very first showrooms and actually got in their first roadster. I could barely fit in it. But, you know, it just opened my eyes to a new world because at the time I still didn't quite understand. But it kind of just got the interest kind of starting to work in the brain in terms of this is a company that doesn’t take gas. It works off, you plug it in a battery and it's like, this isn't going to work. But that was good for me to see to see where the company is now. And I actually have a Tesla and I'm like a Tesla advocate and I'm telling everybody to get it, all those different things. And then you see how the companies, it just got reported that it's going to enter the global S&P 500 and it’s like how the world comes around and works its way around when you put those efforts in and you kind of put the energy out there. So, we saw another company and I don't think that company exists. But it was a company I actually enjoyed seeing. It was a startup company that basically gave folks points for recycling. So, you got recycling points. But that one is the one I was like, OK, now things are starting to think differently. Like you can make a company out of pretty much anything and now you just try and figure out what type of company you want to invest in and what to look for and what worked and what didn't work.

卡拉·哈里斯:让我们快进。你已经投资了近40家公司,所以让我们谈谈你的投资策略。我们了解你在这里和兴趣和,你知道,现在我要把它称为激情,因为只是听到你谈论它,我可以看到你对它充满热情。所以现在让我们谈谈你如何制定自己的投资策略。你在找什么?你怎么知道什么时候有什么机会?让我们谈谈你是否有或没有调整这一流行病的策略。

安德烈伊戈达拉:哦,伟大的问题。在考察一家公司时,你需要注意几点。我早期学到的是,大多数时候,你投资的是创业者。我经常会问,你投资的理由是什么?答案是,这是一项创始人投资。我们把赌注押在了创始人身上,他们的业绩记录是不可否认的。他们见过三到四家成功的公司,要么是通过并购被收购,要么是让公司上市,他们会想出办法。有一些创业者也许你投资的公司经营得并不好,但后来你和他们在一起,他又创办了别的公司,结果一飞冲天变成了一家价值10亿美元的公司。

安德烈伊戈达拉:所以知道企业家拥有运营公司所需的东西,要执行所有需要的东西,你开始建立一个伟大的企业家网络。然后,您知道,您正在查看一家位于一个可以扩展的部门的公司,这是一家可以长大的公司,无论是通过社区,如何在SaaS空间中的公司,您知道,软件作为服务,这在幕后工作并不像性感,他们的利润率与平均投资者将理解的平均水平不同。我也通过摩根士丹利在我能够见面的软件领域做了另一个实习 - 这是四年前 - manbet客户端下载我遇到了PageRduty,我遇到了Datadog,CloudFlare,高质量在那里。所有这些伟大的公司都在那里。而且我正在达到所有这些公司,你知道,两三年后,他们都是推动力的。就像我以前遇到过的所有这些公司一样,但它只是表现出来,你知道,如果你想要那里的知识,你只需要去那里得到它。

卡拉·哈里斯:是的,毫无疑问。所以你在现在在现在投资这些公司后学到,特别是与其他投资者共同坐在一起,他们如何考虑它。它不仅仅是关于损益表或资产负债表甚至有机会才能培养那家公司或者市场上有多大。很多,特别是当你是一个早期的投资者时,这是我在过去近五年的这个空间后的大学学习。它真的是关于那个人是否可以把它带回家。我通常对CEO说,我曾经和他们一起接管他们,我会说有两个问题你必须能够作为CEO回答:为什么我和为什么现在?因为在一天结束时,他们投注了你,他们博览你是否知道游戏和游戏是否是一家公共公司之后的第一季度,你最好将这些数字吹出来。所以你做路的原因之一表明是我需要在眼中看着你,确保你理解它,你是那个人还是加仑递送它。而且现在为什么现在有一个有理由等待投资公司,等待,看看他们要做的是如何做,等待,看他们是否达到了数字。所以你必须也造成这种稀缺的错觉。 I.e., if you don't come in now, then you're going to miss it. You'll never see it again at this price, which again takes some skill in terms of doing this over and over again. Were there any skills that you called upon from being a professional basketball player that you think has helped you in the way you critique, look at opportunities, even find opportunities, maybe it's your network that has opportunities coming to you. But what have you leveraged from Andre, the pro basketball player, to Andre the investor?

安德烈伊戈达拉:是的。然后我加上市场。市场非常重要。我们看到像你这样的公司也在关注你可能带领公司进入的市场。你们已经看到标普指数似乎是在6-7个月前定价的。你看不到疫苗的出现它是疫苗。它开始达到这个水平,但不会有,你会看到5-6个月后,然后你开始看到很多股票转移。你可以看到很多娱乐公司和邮轮公司,他们的股票在这一利好消息的推动下开始反弹,尽管他们可能不会在大约6个月后完全走高。所以,这些公司有潜力进入的市场非常重要。 And that's understanding early on where the company-- you're looking at, where the company will be two years down the road, five years down the road, ten years down the road. And I would say as an athlete that there's similar parallels in that as well, because when you're looking at NBA draft tomorrow, which is funny, you draft a player who's nineteen, twenty years old. The draft is getting younger and younger and they're drafted on where a guy will potentially be in in five years. And you have to try to navigate through all the noise, what this guy looks like today versus what he would look like if you groom him and you put him in the right culture. And when I'm talking to entrepreneurs, we talk about the culture of the company as well. You know, when you have pre-seed and you have seed companies, you know, they're just getting the product out. They're getting their go to market strategy ready. But when they start to really form their company, usually when you make an investment, a board seat comes along if your investment is a large amount, when you get around 10 percent of the company, which is what Catalyst Fund does, we look to invest early in lead rounds. So we're looking to get a board seat to help the company grow, to build their culture. And as an athlete, being on championship teams, being on teams who have overachieved, being on teams who haven't done quite as well, you get an understanding of what the right culture looks like. How to drive people the right way. I've had about 9-10 coaches, I had a lot of coaches throughout my career professionally and taken the good and taken the bad with me on this side as well. Knowing what different personalities, you have to approach differently, especially the ego driven world that we live in, in the sports and tech world. I didn't understand that until I started doing deep dives with these entrepreneurs, that there was a lot of egos, not just in the sports world, but just in life in general. And especially you got these top engineers who are being targeted by, you know, the top stocks, the fang stocks, you know, Facebook, you know, Google, Microsoft. You know, all these companies are looking for the top engineers. So they're being groomed and wined and dined with a lot of these different stock options and bonuses. So, there's egos there, too. And I've done a lot of a lot of fireside chats with companies and just been talking about culture. So, culture is a big one and it can determine your trajectory once you get to the IPO or pre-IPO space and you start to become a public company and there's a lot more that comes with it.

卡拉·哈里斯:那么你对企业家说什么?因为如您所知,我们在一年左右的情况下做了一份白皮书,但允许VCS关于他们需要做的事情的建议,以便能够投入更多的颜色和更多女性。我们作为对行业批评的批评之一是:A,他们没有看到足够。B,他们对他们的标准并不清楚。而C,如果有人到办公室,他们并不一定会给他们一个可以帮助他们在另一方或者当他们再次回到苹果时回来的反馈。那么你对企业家说什么,你不投资他们可能做的事情,以便让自己有吸引力?或者您对实际上可能正在考虑接近催化剂基金的潜在企业家的建议?你知道,你说这里是进来的处方以及你如何提高你从我们投资的机会。这看起来像什么?

安德烈伊戈达拉:好吧,我见过的是,我得提到的是,我的犯罪基金伴侣法蒂玛哈萨诸塞州令人难以置信的工作。她来自Airbnb的成长方面,只是一个辉煌,辉煌的大脑。早期,它只是仔细观察她,以及如何回应我们决定通过的公司。这是非常诚实的,并且在OK的方面非常彻底,这就是我们现在通过的原因。它会抽出好的,你错过了谁可能是对你可能的威胁。你知道,我正在寻找一个在食物空间的公司以及如何以特定方式找到餐馆,并且必须在优步饮食,门划线,yelp,所有这些公司,Instacart,Instacart的反馈这个空间会试图涓涓细流并扰乱你。所以,尝试添加一个功能或拍摄它,或者必须小心,因为一旦开始达到一定的增长级别,这些公司正在观看即将到来的新初创公司,以确保他们没有扰乱也是干扰者。因此,只要在帮助企业家没有浪费时间的情况下,他们就会向他们提供任何特定的东西,并且在浪费时间以及快速跟踪其他想法或枢轴。 And trying to help companies and startups be proactive in terms of their approach and to be watchful of, you know, a company like Facebook who's gotten a lot of flack in the last couple of years on whether it be through the data or you look at Amazon as well with their data, with companies who use their cloud services in terms of they're seeing a lot of things that are happening, and then they'll scale out their company into something they read through the data and being wary of that so being proactive is very important in this space as well.

卡拉·哈里斯:所以你会对一个潜在的企业家说,首先,表明你是积极主动的。其次,确保你知道竞争,因为如果你不知道你周围发生了什么,那么我可能不会投资你。第三,它被称为喧嚣基因。对?那么,如果你愿意,你如何评估喧嚣基因,因为当我们回到我们前一部分这次谈话时,你说你在一天结束时投注了企业家。对?因此,在我看来,当然,我们投入的公司,我必须检查那个喧嚣的基因。你如何考虑一下?

安德烈伊戈达拉:我觉得你试着感受他们在这个空间里的能量,你知道吗?然后,就像我之前说的,有一些企业家,他们只是想弄清楚,就像他们有一个剧本一样,他们只是不断推出它,他们有这样的记录。但对于新创业者来说,这可能是他们第一次尝试创业。你可以看到他们对这个领域充满热情或者他们想出了一些其他人没有见过的难以置信的数据。他们说,嘿,这是一些还没有被做过的事情,也没有被发现过的事情,而这里有数据来证明这背后的科学。但这仍然是热情,他们对数据有热情。或者他们只是想要颠覆市场,说我们要占领整个市场,我们要经营它。所以,当你看到一些特别的东西时,你试着让自己与它保持一致。

卡拉·哈里斯:绝对的。那么,你认为你是谁,你做了什么,你在这个领域的投资是如何让你给Catalyst基金带来更多交易的?还是说这不是你扮演的角色?

安德烈伊戈达拉:好,我学会了接受这一点。早些时候就是对你所属的人证明。这么早,我不会说它。但现在我用它作为杠杆作用。当你对这一些顶级VC公司进行了努力而你试图赢得一笔交易时,我会用它来说,你知道,我知道最后一次,你知道,十六年,去进入我的十七季,我正在路上,当我在玩耍时,这将是我的激情。但我有很多联系,无论是通过球员协会,通过NBA办事处,通过我投资的一些顶级公司,我投资放大,或者与您有很大的关系,您知道,Apple或任何人都可以与你有任何问题对待你的人,因为你在你开始贵公司时与你一起旅行。所以你必须知道何时利用它以及何时何时调整它。所以它扮演双方。

卡拉·哈里斯:是的,这是一张伟大的扑克牌,毫无疑问。

卡拉·哈里斯:所以,你知道,在生态系统中,我们有机构投资者,我们有风险投资者,我们有高净值个人,家庭办公室。和有限的合作伙伴。让我这么说,因为越来越多地实现了这些有限伙伴的力量和杠杆作用,使得差距与资本分配的差距相比,颜色的人们,你知道,这是在单个数字中所知道的,唯一的单位数字,因为我相信有限的合作伙伴锻炼他们的声音,那么显然,VC的款项将在他们的工作人员内部,肯定是他们投资的公司。这只是一个女人的观点。这只是一个女人的观点。因此,当您想到这些成员时,家庭办公室,高净值个人,那种机构投资者像VCS这样的机构投资者,您认为他们认为他们必须在帮助下缩小这种差距?

安德烈伊戈达拉:好吧,当你开始谈论数字和底线时,我总是说,这促进了每个人的眉毛。所以,我说我们谈论谁拥有世界上最强大的消费者花费美元,这是非洲裔美国人。而且,单独应该提高你的天线,你应该关注谁,包括。而不仅仅是非洲裔美国人,而是颜色和妇女的人。

安德烈伊戈达拉:当您在金融电子电子表格中查看顶级公司的利润和利润时,这些公司拥有最多样化的董事会,他们公司内部最多样化的文化,他们都有轨道记录,这是布丁的证据是显示您公司越多的数据,您的退货将越高。一旦你像那样打破它们,就没有否定了它。这就是这是我在去年在过去的那一年中给予的信息,当我和人交谈时。因为你总是说,嘿,你必须包括更多,你知道,他们可以给你纠正。我们都知道他们担心,当危机中最近普遍存在的社会不公正时。社区和所有董事会的消费者都在看到公司是什么,他们的使命陈述现在,你知道,你在做什么来展示你落后的人?现在比以往任何时候都多,这很棒。您可以看到消费者和这是技术空间的问责制。您拥有的数据越多,您可以完全了解谁以及您购买的内容,您正在看到专门展示的公司,嘿,我们正在努力帮助环境。 Hey, we're trying to use recyclables. Hey, we're not wasting food. Hey, we're doing these different things so the consumer's smarter and they’re holding these companies accountable for what they stand for. So, these VC's and these investors, the LP's, the family offices, you know, they have to show their portfolio as well and who they're investing in and who they're aligning themselves with. So that's my message to them, is that the proof's in the pudding, who do you really stand with? Who are you trying to help? What are you trying to do? Are you just thinking about yourself or is the whole in mind? And it's not really just the whole, but it makes actual financial sense to have everyone included. And that has to resonate with them.

卡拉·哈里斯:我一直这么说,安德烈。你和我可能不同意做正确的事情,但作为商业人士,我们会同意做商业的事情。所以如果你愿意的话,去那里学习通用语言。让我们来谈谈玩家科技峰会。2017年,你举办了首届玩家科技峰会。告诉我们它是什么,为什么你决定这么做。

安德烈伊戈达拉:球员技术峰会是一个举办运动员和VC世界的舞台。并将它们放在专家面前并直接从中听到它是完整的总体目标,并了解它是如何衡量的。就像有这么多不同的戏剧来自这一点,但它归结为这些的真实本质是需要结婚的两个世界。他们肯定以这么多不同的方式互相影响。您可以看到这么多不同领域的内容中断以及运动方式如何。你谈论捆绑,一个捆绑,但最终体育套餐是让电缆公司活着的东西。而且有这么多的力量。它直接在玩家的手中和大部分两个更强的联赛中,这是美国的NFL和NBA,你在全球上谈论足球和NBA,渗透是在这些体育联盟中活跃的非裔美国人。所以,我们带来了桌子,刚嫁给了运动世界和科技世界的东西,这只是完美的时机。我们将继续发展这件事。 And it's just a beautiful thing. But ultimately, just getting the players to have that realization that, you know, the traditional business deals are changing. It’s not your traditional cut and paste marketing deals where it's a simple transaction-- I pay you X amount of dollars and I put your face next to my product, there's more power in it in saying, you know, there is a transaction, but then there's also you can leverage equity within companies and not necessarily asking for one percent of the company when you want to do a deal. It's I want to do a deal with your company with the option that I can take my own money and invest in your company, opening up shares for me. And I think we haven't quite got there yet. I'm kind of giving the blueprint, the playbook, but it's a direction we got to start thinking more about it being more strategic with how we do deals in the tech space.

卡拉·哈里斯:你在科技峰会上有什么成功的故事吗?还是你刚才暗示的?

安德烈伊戈达拉:哦,是的。它只是一个延续。就像我经常说的,我们才刚刚起步,我们有很多成功的故事。你知道,我认识一些人,他们进入了一些上市前的公司,一些不同公司的早期股票,打开了关系,打开了大门。很明显,我建立的关系。去年我做了一个风投公司的撤退,让我看到了一些更不可思议的事情,并进入了一些公司。在过去的一两年里,我进行了三到四次ipo。我估计明年会有六家公司进行首次公开募股。我对明年感到非常兴奋。

卡拉·哈里斯:哇!

安德烈伊戈达拉:Goat是一家正在崛起的公司。杜鲁门,不是很多人知道杜鲁门,但杜鲁门是一个电子债券交易平台刚刚通过了十亿美元的评估。Allbirds是另一家公司,他们的鞋子在旧金山湾区卖得很好,他们已经分拆了,从直接销售到消费者,在全国各地做了一些实体店。然后你就会发现,你的过往记录开始说明一切。然后你开始为未来做准备你的未来记录,你知道,每年有三到四家公司进行ipo你开始建立这个周期是如何运作的然后这些顶级风投公司是如何在最长时间内这样做的。你知道,它对我们关闭了但现在你开始明白你的目的了。而我的目的就是踢开那扇门,带着我的人一起参与我们从未参与过的行动。

卡拉·哈里斯:杰出的,突出。这就引出了我的第二个问题。你接下来要做什么,安德烈?

安德烈伊戈达拉:是的,为了保持建设,你知道,我只是在明年推出五个IPO的条件下轻轻地谈到它,然后,你知道,现在我们期待着明年建立谁的谁在2022年看,然后在2023年开始公开,这只是日常工作。现在这只是你的日常工作。然后从那里就可以了。你知道,你开始让你的钱为你工作,就像他们所说,这是对VC方面的复合兴趣。然后继续加强我们与运动员一起做的事情。玩家比以往任何时候都变得更加壮大。我想你开始看到球员联盟开始变得更加壮大,而不是以往任何时候,开始思考一些不同的事情。教育部分可能是我最多的,因为我所学到的是我一直在世界上最聪明的人。他们总是回到每年都有新的东西,我必须学习。 And I always have to continue to learn and educate myself on where we're going next. And you want to become the markets where you're seeing things six months, a year out.

卡拉·哈里斯:这是我在职业生涯早期学到的一件事,聪明的人是那些最好奇的人。受过教育和聪明是两码事。还有,你的好奇心,更重要的是,你的内心和热情,想要确保那些在你周围的人,那些不知道或不知道的人,你传播你正在做的事情的知识。我认为你是对的,在球员协会中,你们有一个很棒的机会,可以拥有自己的学院,如果你愿意,周围一些事情如果你得到一份大合同,你没有钱,你不是说机会不是你可以学到一些东西,你不需要缝在一起的方式你可能有近二十年前。这个拿一点,那个拿一点。现在,你知道人们在第一份合同,第二份合同,第三份合同中不知道什么,需要知道什么。然后把它们放在一起,为他们建立一个路线图。所以,我向你脱帽致敬,如果摩根斯坦利能帮助你,请告诉我。manbet客户端下载好了,最后一件事。 We like to have a lightning round so that our listeners will have the opportunity to get to know Andre the man just a little bit more. Are you ready?

安德烈伊戈达拉:是的。

卡拉·哈里斯:好的,咖啡还是茶?

安德烈伊戈达拉:哦,我的妻子刚刚喝咖啡,但我可能会喝茶。

卡拉·哈里斯:好了,好了。冬天还是夏天?

安德烈伊戈达拉:夏天。这很简单。

卡拉·哈里斯:城市或乡村?

安德烈伊戈达拉:的城市。

卡拉·哈里斯:最喜欢的视频游戏?

安德烈伊戈达拉:老虎伍兹。

卡拉·哈里斯:哦,好的,最喜欢的假期?

安德烈伊戈达拉:马丁路德金王。

卡拉·哈里斯:哦,好的,加州还是宾夕法尼亚?

安德烈伊戈达拉:加州。

卡拉·哈里斯:如果你有一个谈话节目,那么谁是你的第一座位?

安德烈伊戈达拉:迈克尔·乔丹。

卡拉·哈里斯:好吧,个人咒语吗?

安德烈伊戈达拉:运气只是艰苦的工作和机会。

卡拉·哈里斯:我听说了,用什么词来形容你的功绩?

安德烈伊戈达拉:我可能会说是世代的。

卡拉·哈里斯:我最喜欢的昵称是乘法器。

安德烈伊戈达拉:欣赏。我很喜欢这样。我喜欢那个。

卡拉·哈里斯:好吧,安德烈,这是我的荣幸。非常感谢您给我们时间。正如我承诺的,我们让你进入了空间,朋友。

安德烈伊戈达拉:非常感谢你们。我偷了那个乘数只是想让你知道。

卡拉·哈里斯:好的。只是说Carla Harris叫我乘数。

安德烈伊戈达拉:是的,我喜欢那样。

卡拉·哈里斯:谢谢大家加入我们的访问和机会发作。务必在本赛季保持调整,因为我们在体育,媒体和娱乐场领域的影响因素谈论,他们致力于对妇女和颜色人民的叙述恢复叙述。你不想错过它。

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卡拉与投资人、三届NBA冠军安德烈·伊戈达拉谈论了成为Catalyst Fund风险投资合伙人的事情。该基金主要投资非裔美国人、西班牙裔和女性企业家创办的公司。

Andre Iguodala,最为被称为三次NBA冠军的,现在是催化剂基金的风险伙伴。Iguodala利用他在联赛中取得成功,以建立一个突出的职业生涯,投资该技术部门,他与催化剂基金的工作侧重于支持不同,非资金的创始人的初创公司。

在这节课中,伊戈达拉将带我们回到他是如何开始投资的,与聪明、有经验的人在一起的重要性,以及他与Catalyst Fund的合作是如何帮助非裔美国人、西班牙裔和女性企业家获得增长和更多创新所需的资金。

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