Finding investors for your startup is tough business, but choosing the ones that will enable your company and your product to change the world is a far greater challenge.
There are lots of reasons
On Friday, I gave a presentation on the future of entrepreneurship at the LeWeb conference in Paris, France.
I’ll be posting the full video soon, but I want to share the slides as well.
One of the things I’ve found myself carrying around these days is a sketchpad.
The reason is simple: I have a lot of ideas, for both the companies I advise and for my own startup ideas. I’m
If you want to build a multi-billion dollar business, you can’t just build a product: you need to build a platform.
That was my major takeaway from the news that <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB10001424052970204449804577068850652682904-lMyQjAxMTAxMDIwOTEyNDkyWj.html
Women are still paid far less than men on average. Women make approximately 0.77 cents to every dollar a man makes, according to Time Magazine.
There are a lot of contributing factors to this problem
A few weeks ago, I came across this gem of a question on Quora: When should a startup not accept venture capital?
Most people assume that raising money is always a good thing, that it will make your