Big Tech companies like Facebook are under more scrutiny than ever. Aidan Goltra discusses the reasons for this scrutiny and how it is connected to capitalism.
A reverse merger is the acquisition of an already public company (usually a dormant shell) to avoid the Initial Public Offering (IPO) process and cost, to quickly get your startup on a public exchange for fundraising through visibility and selling stock. It sounds like a great way to raise money, but here are some of the challenges you need to consider before trying it.
The one article you need to read to learn everything you need to know about reducing your customer acquisition costs.
Maybe starting a new business isn’t your passion, but in these days of rapid change, where everyone is dealing with uncertainty, I believe that thinking and acting like entrepreneurs will help you get ahead in any profession. In simple terms, this means taking control of your life, going after something you love to do, and […]
Starting a business is a marathon, so you have to make an overt decision to enjoy the journey as well as the destination.
Loeb.nyc cofounder Rich Vogel shares the best practices for recruiting talent and ensuring talent is a good cultural fit.
In September, Prevu, a real-estate technology startup that is disrupting the antiquated homebuying process, closed its $2M Seed funding round led by Corigin Ventures. Getting to this point certainly was filled with ups-and-downs, arranging what we felt were promising meetings only to walk away wondering why we couldn’t secure the venture capital funding we needed. […]
Every culture and community puts pressure on its members to follow the norms. Even young people who start out wanting to be different are called “freaks,” and most are slowly bent back into the norm by the time they “grow up.” Maybe that’s why so many entrepreneurs struggle with building a disruptive new business, where breaks from the norm are the key to success.
Few entrepreneurs are smart and humble enough to recognize that they don’t know what they don’t know, and have an effective process for shining a light on their blind spots.
Chief Financial Officers are often the “gatekeepers” to the company’s cash coffers. And, as you can imagine, they have a lot of people tugging on their sleeves looking for investments into various projects within the company. But, CFO’s need to prioritize their spend, based on what is in the best interests of the company. This post will help you learn to think like a CFO and how best to pitch your business investment case with the highest odds of success.