Investment strategy: The fund’s focus on specific industries, stages of companies, and geographic regions.

Fund size and terms: The amount of capital to be raised, the investment period, and the terms of return for the limited partners.

Management fee and carried interest: The fee paid to the general partner for managing the fund and the performance incentive for the general partner.

Legal structure: The legal entity that will hold the assets of the fund and conduct its operations.

Partnership agreement: The document that sets out the rights and responsibilities of the general and limited partners.

Investment committee: The group responsible for making investment decisions and providing oversight for the general partner.

Portfolio management: The process of managing the fund’s portfolio of companies, including monitoring their performance and providing support and guidance.

Exit strategy: The plan for realizing returns on the fund’s investments, such as through acquisitions or initial public offerings.

Fund administration: The management of the fund’s accounting, compliance, and reporting requirements.

Investor relations: The communication and engagement with the fund’s limited partners, including providing regular updates on the fund’s performance and portfolio companies.

It’s worth noting that each venture fund may have slight variations on these components depending on their investment strategy, focus, and the team behind it. However, these are the key components that are present in most venture funds.