“If you knew that you had only one more day to live, what are the things you would do?”
As the current year draws to a close and the next one begins, most people get a little introspective—and entrepreneurs are no exception. Every year has its ups and downs, and startup founders understand this better than most.
The single best article you’ll ever read about sales prospecting and Mark Birch gives you everything you need in what is deemed The Prospecting Manifesto.
Consumers are being asked more and more to hand over their personal data in order to partake in a company’s reward program, but is this truly the best method?
In the last few years, I’ve heard more and more about a new type of small business, called a “micro-business” (or micro-enterprise). These are usually characterized as owner-operated, with five employees or less, and less than $250,000 in sales. With the low cost of e-commerce entry and powerful Internet technologies, they require minimal capital to […]
The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for London startups for 12/12/18 featuring funding details for BuffaloGrid.
How can healthcare providers deliver consistently high-quality care, everywhere? Lumeon is the London-based healthcare company responding directly to this question through its Care Pathway Management (CPM) platform. Designed to lower operational costs and engage patients, the CPM platform provides a 360 degree perspective of a patient’s care plan to optimize all the moving parts in […]
As the chart above shows, the biggest names in crypto all got 2018 horribly wrong. Why were they so wrong? I think they’re all smart guys and I applaud their work and the important contribution they’re making to the ecosystem. I think there are two main reasons why they’re so bad. 1. Accurately Predicting The […]
I have found some key things that you can do to prepare yourself, how a proper mindset can mitigate the pain, and put you back in control when problems arise.
I was asked by a very thoughtful B2B founder in our portfolio if he should be spending time building a downturn plan. It’s a great question, and one not to be taken lightly. At the time, things in the venture world were – and for the most part still are – going along swimmingly.