Silicon Valley may be the epicenter of venture capital, but Los Angeles has plenty of VCs who've made their mark investing in successful startups early and reaping colossal returns for their limited partners.
dot.LA asked dozens of investors who they think are Los Angeles' top venture capitalists. Here's what they said.
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Los Angeles is home to plenty of venture capitalists who have reaped colossal returns for their limited partners by investing early in startups. We asked top investors who are the region's top VCs to watch. Read more>>
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