How would we think about our startups if we knew this was the last startup we would ever do? Would we be so rushed? Would we still think killing ourselves to “get to an end game” was justified? What if this was the end game? How much stress would that alleviate?
What is an emergent community? If you’re building a community-based business this a must-read from one of the leading VCs in the space.
Growing up, I watched as my grandmother repeatedly traveled thousands of miles between Barbados and Boston to speak with doctors after undergoing surgery for a brain tumor. When Carlos was 8 years old, his eye was critically injured while playing with his friends. After the accident, Carlos spent 3 years in and out of hospitals and visited doctors’ offices five days a week. Imagine how different those experiences would have been if doctors had access to eConsults.
“We sat next to each other, and by the end of the dinner it was clear that we weren’t going to settle with the way commerce is today, and we knew it could be better.”
NYC VC news you will find nowhere else! The latest news from venture capital firms in NYC for the first half of March 2020 featuring must-know news including news for Greycroft, Laconia, Valar Ventures, and much more.
There is a new trend that is starting to take off called Account-Based Marketing (or ABM for short), and it has the potential to change everything for B2B marketers.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 3/14/20 featuring funding details for Finix, Lyra Health, Owler, and Cloudbeds.
The “rules of thumb” that smart investors look for should be the same ones that you use to assess your own risks and set reasonable expectations for progress and success for your startup and its finances.
The coronavirus panic is in full swing and the New York City business community is being deeply affected. Events are canceled, decisions are not being made, and employees are afraid to commute. Find out what some of the tech companies in New York are doing to minimize the disruption to business operations through preparation and planning.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 3/7/20 featuring funding details for Brooklinen, Sensel, Talespin, and much much more.
Thomas Falk, General Partner at Revel Partners, looks back at the past year and the current dynamics of venture capital that relies on one or two big exits for each fund.