Garage invested early in d.light when we saw not only the business vision but also the social good. This Forbes article describes the amazing progress of the company in changing the world for the better.
One of the most essential and endearing characteristics of entrepreneurs is their unquenchable optimism. This is a critical asset for entrepreneurs, but it is also a potentially fatal flaw...
Why are we so bad at predicting the future? Because we don't really understand the pace of progress. Change is not exponential; it just feels that way.
With all the blogs, videos, books, coaches and workshops for creating compelling presentations, how can it be that we are still inundated with pitch decks full of terrible slides? Okay, it’s really easy to criticize. It’s really hard to design brilliant slides that communicate your key points clearly.
When you are selling, whether to customers or to investors, you rarely have the luxury of making a presentation – not even a one minute presentation. You usually only have 20 seconds to get them interested. Most pitch coaches are teaching presentation skills, but a pitch is not a presentation. In this short video, Bill Reichert explains some of the differences.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the power to change lives, companies, and the world. While interest in AI has recently exploded, the field has traditionally been a specialist domain. This article aims to make the field of AI approachable to a broader audience.
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
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
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
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,