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Josh Hannah, Guest Contributor

Josh Hannah is a general partner at Matrix Partners, where his investments include Huddle, Inflection, JustFab, Quora, Inflection, and Taulia. Previously he co-founded Flutter.com, which he successfully merged with Betfair.com to create the world’s first online marketplace for sports betting. He is recognized for turning around eHow to increase revenue and traffic 30-fold before selling to Demand Media in 2006 for a 400x return.
  1. Tackling regulation: The multi-billion dollar lesson I learned the hard way

    How should entrepreneurs (and investors) factor the risks and challenges of regulation into their decision to start a company or invest in one? It doesn't come up very often -- regulation rarely intrudes on the fate of startups. Even if you are in a regulated industry, generally you can fly below the radar for quite a while.

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  2. That's a nice little $40M ecommerce company you have there. Call me when it scales

    It will surprise a lot of entrepreneurs to learn that building an e-commerce business with $10 million to $20 million in revenues is not that hard. It also surprises many to learn that it's not actually that valuable. This is in stark contrast to, say, a SaaS business, which is very difficult to build to that level but valuable when you do.

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