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Breaking The Mold With David Hornik

From: www.breakingvc.com Via: twitter.com RT @sarthakgh: A must read interview of @davidhornik https://t.co/WBdrTg2YTCThere’s an old adage that if you want to get something done, find the
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Venture capitalists add tough riders to fund-raising pacts

From: www.livemint.com   By: Swaraj Singh Dhanjal Via: twitter.com Venture capitalists add tough riders to fund-raising pacts https://t.co/
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Equity Crowdfunding by the Numbers

From: www.inc.com   By: Ryan Feit Via: twitter.com Equity Crowdfunding by the Numbers https://t.co/CxpezPIetGIn the weeks following the release of
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Crowdfunding may not create the 'next Facebook,' but it's great for craft breweries

Scotty's Brewhouse isn't the usual business you read about raising venture capital. It's nearly 20 years old. Revenues are strong for a small business, but not growing like an Uber-sized weed. And it's a restaurant chain. In Indiana.In other words:
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Chris Sacca: 'As a culture, we don't treat our girls as potential business leaders'

Chris Sacca sits in a mostly empty plain white room in his Manhattan Beach, California home, far from the power brokers in San Francisco and New York. The room's lack of color only emphasizes his own abundance of it: Sacca sports his trademark black
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Venture Outlook 2016

From: www.bothsidesofthetable.com Via: twitter.com Venture Outlook 2016 | Bothsides of the Table https://t.co/ap4PkbYAV8There is a lot of uncertainty about the state of the private, high-
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Indian start-ups to see funding worth $5 billion by year end: Nasscom

From: www.livemint.com   By: Moulishree Srivastava Via: twitter.com Indian start-ups to see funding worth $5 billion by year end: Nasscom https://t
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6 alternative ways to fund your business without an investor

Raising money is often the toughest part of starting a business, and it’s also the most important. The majority of small businesses that fail within the first few months have one simple thing in common — they run out of money.The software world is
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Group Mentoring for Early Stage Entrepreneurs

From: bangalore.tie.org Via: twitter.com RT @VentureBean: Group Mentoring for Early Stage Entrepreneurs http://t.co/vimfQcHJWI Director VentureBean Anjana Vivek is one of the mento…
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Three Rules For Newly Funded Startups

When delivering the perfect pitch to investors takes so much effort and causes so much stress, it's easy for startup heads to lose sight of an important reality: Pitching is just the start of a crucial relationship. Securing venture capital isn't

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