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The dance of gazelles and elephants in times of pandemic!
The great corporation (the elephant) continues to run by rigid structures; on the other hand, the startup (the gazelle) has a high tolerance for risk.
This Founder Thought He'd Discovered a Valuable Moon Rock. The Object Was Actually Worthless, But It Still Brought Him Immense Success.
For entrepreneur Eric Lapp, founder of The Raleigh House, a cheap piece of iron slag was the key to his company's successful launch.
What are series A, B, C of investments for your business?
This type of financing is necessary to scale your business to the big leagues.
10 Dos and Don'ts When Raising Capital for a Fast-Growing New Business
VCs know the score, so any attempt to snowball them won't work. Tell them what they need to know, though, and you're likely to get invited back.
This Is Why Your Business Should Avoid Taking Investor Money
These five advantages are a few of the reasons why bootstrapping is worth it in the long run.
This Is How Entrepreneurial Capital Is Concentrated in Latin America
With Brazil, Mexico and Colombia leading Venture Capital, the most attractive sectors are e-commerce, Fintech, logistics, health and biotechnology, prop tech, market place, smart cities and mobility.
The Black Female Funding Gap and Those Who Are Changing the Tide
While we're still lightyears away from where we need to be for true equality, there are venture capitalists and founders alike who are truly changing the tide.
Free Webinar | Mar. 18: Raising Capital After 2 Years of Business: Do's and Don'ts
Join Mark J. Kohler, CPA & Small Business Attorney, as he discusses the options for raising capital and the do's and don'ts.
Why Are Venture Capitalists Still Funding Mostly White, Male Entrepreneurs?
A virtual roundtable discussion with three architects behind the recent, revealing "Diversity in U.S. Startups" report.
SoftBank Will Invest $1 Billion in Latin America This Year
The Japanese conglomerate's fund has $5 billion, of which it already has invested $2.3 billion in companies such as Rappi, Banco Inter and Gympass.