After reading Fred Wilson’s post about what a CEO does, I find Mark Suster’s guest post on TechCrunch.
I’ve had a post in my head for months – maybe longer – about the role of a CEO. My primary role was “chief psychologist” and as I’ve learned over the past few […]Continue Reading →
Vivek Wadhwa is an entrepreneur turned academic. He is a Visiting Scholar at UC-Berkeley, Senior Research Associate at Harvard Law School and Director of Research at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Research Commercialization at Duke University.
In a Tech Crunch post, he suggests this:
“Hardly a day goes by when I […]Continue Reading →
“Startups that are searching for a business model need to keep score differently than large companies that are executing a known business model.
Yet most entrepreneurs and their VC’s make startups use financial models and spreadsheets that actually hinder their success.”
As a former “bean […]Continue Reading →
Venture capitalist Larry Cheng puts out a list of the top VC blogs ranking them by average monthly unique visitors, based on Compete data.
These are good reads for venture capitalists and entrepreneurs alike. I find them helpful in keeping abreast of the trends and where the capital markets are at […]Continue Reading →
For startups, Christmas comes in November. Partners come back from vacation in September and deals start closing a few months later; since the credit crisis deferred fund-raising for most of the past year, November 2009 will probably end up being especially busy.
Redfin is one of the companies that just closed a […]Continue Reading →
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