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On December 9th, Venture Archetypes and Greenberg Traurig pulled together a panel of some of the top entrepreneurs and most active acquirers in Silicon Valley to answer your questions about start-up M&A. So whether you’d like to know what the serious players are looking for or how to position your start-up for a healthy acquisition, you’ll find the wisdom right here!. Read the rules.
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Is there such a thing as a deal too small to be worth your while?
Asked by John Chu

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Amin Zoufonoun
Director, Corporate Development
If you ask me, the ones which pop into my mind are relatively small deals which have huge impact. Examples are Keyhole with satellite imagery that became Google Earth. Those were fantastic, impactful and relatively small. Urchant is another one. Android is another one. [Follow up question – So something like a five million dollar acquisition isn’t too small to be worth your time?] No.

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