I’ve watched tons of ‘once hot’ startups come and go, from Meerkat to Quibi, WeWork to Theranos. What are some of the things we can learn as Founders about how to manage our own startups when everyone is telling us how amazing we are? What are some of the pitfalls that come with the new hotness?
Effective delegation is a skill that we can all learn and benefit from, and improve on over time, through a new and continual focus on the following key principles.
Must-know tips to managing venture capital funds, portfolio construction, and determination of fund size.
Each year, US startups and other small businesses collectively waste $130 billion dollars because of poor visibility into their vendor spend. That’s $130 billion dollars of profit that has to be re-earned; of lost equity that needs to be replaced; of wasted expense that’s not being reinvested to grow the business. Glean unlocks the powerful data detailed in vendor invoices/receipts to surface relevant spend insights and drive spend accountability.
A look at Robinhood’s role in the rise of meme investing.
Should we be talking about societal issues at work? Do leaders have the right to lock down what can or cannot be discussed at work? How can Founders and their staff find common ground?
Synder is a personal financial assistant for small to medium-sized businesses in the eCommerce sphere. Synder carries out all bookkeeping and accounting tasks for your business. It doesn’t matter which sales channels or payment processors you use, whether it is Stripe, Square, Shopify, Amazon, eBay, PayPal, Etsy, or WooCommerce.
When I first got a job in venture as a Managing Director at Techstars, I loved meeting founding teams with two equal cofounders – one technical and one business-focused. It seemed obvious back then that a successful team needs to know how to build and how to sell and that this kind of composition of […]
Bonsai, cofounded by Jake Rosenfeld and Patrick Sullivan, is a 1:1 video chat platform for business and career advice.
I’ve got a great plan for how to scale my startup, but I’m sort of wondering what happens if things don’t go to plan? How should I be thinking about my downside when most of my startup planning seems focused on growth and scale?
Google has always been a staple of any good digital marketing strategy, especially for search engine optimization (SEO), to attract free organic traffic based on the quality of the content on your page. But will it stay this way? George Deeb shares some insight on why SEO may not be viable long-term…