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Most pitches start with the problem. You should always start your pitch with the solution. Almost every article, video, blog and book written on the topic recommends that entrepreneurs “Start with the Problem.” This is
Bill Reichert comments on the hype and realities of the current investment climate in the Silicon Valley. Read the Article at Upstart: Slow IPO, M&A pace weighs on VC confidence at midyear
Investing in women-led companies is good for women, smart for venture capitalists, and healthy for society. “We need more strong women entrepreneurs launching more startups with novel technology and a sustainable competitive advantage,” said Bill
Most citizens of Silicon Valley see the drama around the Fed’s activities as only marginally relevant to innovation and entrepreneurship. But three big macroeconomic forces have supported, if not driven, the extraordinary growth of Silicon
Catalyst joint venture to fund and grow highest potential Nordic tech startup companies planning to launch in the U.S. Palo Alto, U.S., and Oslo, Norway. June 15, 2015 – Garage Technology Ventures, Norway’s StartupLab, and
Garage investment, Sixense, had a very successful Consumer Electronics Show 2015. Virtual Reality was one of biggest topics of the show and Sixense won two major "Best of CES" awards for their VR platform. Best
Learn how to grow your business from a humble beginning to an influential industry changer.
Lars Uffhausen, former COO of Wolfe Engineering, discusses what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
The elevator pitch is the first opportunity to hook in your investor. Here are the top ten rules of the elevator pitch.
In their brand new class, Art of the Start: Turning Ideas Into High-Growth Businesses, Silicon Valley business icons Guy Kawasaki and Bill Reichert share lessons they’ve mastered from decades of experience.