Whoa. I’m dealing with an insane crisis at my startup right now. I’m trying to think of the best way to tell everyone what’s going on, but it feels like I’m stuck somewhere between writing a really poofy press release and crying on stage. What’s the best approach to rally everyone right now?
What do we do if we suspect our own personalities might be a problem in our startup? How do we know if it’s even something to dig into? And if we do find out we’re the problem, what do we do about it?
2048 Ventures Managing Partner Alex Iskold shares some insights into what he is looking at from an investment standpoint in 2020 and beyond.
Knowing what not to do is just as important as knowing what to do when it comes to raising investment for your startup.
Too many entrepreneurs treat friends and family investments as “low-hanging” fruit, only to find out later, after a stumble, that the pain of lost relationships is greater than the loss of their beloved startup.
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.
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.