Alex Gold

Alex Gold

Guest Writer
CMO of Myia Health

About Alex Gold

Alex Gold is the Co-Founder of Myia Health, a next generation virtual care platform. Previously, Mr. Gold was Venture Partner at BCG Digital Ventures where he invested and incubated new businesses with the Fortune 100.

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Starting a Business

Telltale Signs That You Shouldn't Be Raising Venture Capital

Most entrepreneurs think they need VC funds to start a business, but the reverse is often true.
News and Trends

What You Can Learn From the Rise of Sustainability-Focused Entrepreneurship

Just a decade after the 'Cleantech Crash,' a daring group is challenging the status quo.
Leadership

How to Say No to a Deal the Right Way

There is a method to turning down potential partnerships without jeopardizing your relationships.
Advisory Boards

3 Reasons Why All Advisors Should Be Investors

Advisors provide essential expertise and connections. Here's why they should also invest capital.
Finance

How to Use Bridge Capital to Accelerate Your Business

What was formerly a last resort is now a means of achieving independence and profitability.
Starting a Business

The Importance of Getting Advisors to Invest in Your Business

Outside consultants can show true conviction with their capital.
Marketing

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn from the Backlash to Hotel and Resort Fees

Being upfront with customers about pricing will create a customer for life.
Blockchain

Why 'Now' May Well Be the Right Time to Start a Blockchain Company

With the crypto market growing again, here are the three main factors to watch out for if you're starting, or investing, in a company in the space.
Customer Service

3 Counter-intuitive Customer Service Lessons Entrepreneurs Should Learn

How a bad experience at a self-styled "luxury" Sydney hotel reminded me of the most important customer service lessons for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Raising Capital

How to Raise Money Even When You Don't Have 'Traction'

Early-stage entrepreneurs need marketplace traction to raise capital. And capital to generate traction. Here's how to get out of this frustrating cycle.
Startup Funding

How to Raise Money Without Lying

Entrepreneurs often overstate their early "success" in order to get investors to buy in. Here's how to avoid this fatal strategy.
Pitching Investors

How to Introduce Investors to Your Team the Right Way

Eager to introduce investors to the rest of your "rockstar team"? That meeting could be to your detriment. Here's how to turn your dilemma into a win and close the deal.
Product Testing

How Rapid 'Testing and Learning' During Product Development Saves Time and Money

Investing money and design work is all very well. But what do your (potential) customers think? That's what really counts.
Perseverance

Perseverance: Why It Was Southwest Airlines' Herb Kelleher's Most Important Lesson for Entrepreneurs

Sadly, Kelleher died last month. But his legacy lives on: Ever hear of how he and his airline became Texas's largest bourbon distributor?
Customer Retention

What NASCAR's Declining Popularity Can Teach Us About Responding to a Changing Market

In February last year, the Daytona 500, the NASCAR season opener, drew a Nielsen Rating of only 5.3. That was an all-time low.

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