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Elad Gil: A Great Startup In A Terrible Market Will Fail

Venture Capital
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From being laid off by a failing startup to having his own firm, Mixer Labs, acquired by Twitter, Elad Gil has had a remarkable career. Gil has successfully invested in seven unicorn startups and is co-founder and CEO of Color Genomics, a low-cost genetic testing firm. Trusted Insight CEO Alex Bangash sat down with Gil in late 2016 for a wide-ranging discussion. In part one of this video series, Gil discusses his journey to the present and the three key ingredients to informing his venture investment thesis.<br /> <br /> Watch Part 2:&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">Innovation In &lsquo;Crowded&rsquo; Markets Can Lead To Outsized Performance</a><br /> Watch Part 3:&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">Most Healthcare VC Opportunities Are Bad</a><br /> Watch Part 4:&nbsp;<a href=";utm_source=Trusted+Insight+Newsletter&amp;utm_campaign=3cac190a16-VC_2017_01_09&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_term=0_c3169e95eb-3cac190a16-326462977" target="_blank">Why Enterprise SaaS Has Room For &#39;Another Dozen&#39; Unicorns</a><br /> Watch Part 5: <a href="" target="_blank">Warning: Shift In VC Cycle May Hurt Investors</a><br /> Watch Part 6:&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">3 Major Venture Capital Trends That LPs Need To Know</a><br /> &nbsp;