Guest Post The best part for other investors is that the valuations here are low, in comparison to similar startups on the East and West Coast.
Guest Post The JOBS Act attempts to do the impossible: Balance investor protection with the desire to enable companies to raise money from strangers all over the country with minimal red tape.
And I am saying this as one of the earliest proponents of a crowdfunding exemption.
Guest Post This is why FailCon is an example of being “authentic” in Silicon Valley.
Editor's Pick URBAN TxT, a Los Angeles program teach young minority kids to build iPhone apps, open-source technologies, and Facebook apps, is raising $100,000 via nonprofit crowdfunding site Razoo to help black and Latino kids avoid gangs, learn to code, and stay in school.
Guest Post Amr Shady is the CEO of TA Telecom, one of the fastest-growing companies in the Middle East and Africa.
Smart people want to try many new ideas, but a resource-constrained startup does not have the luxury to try all the cool things.
Guest Post These mistakes can keep a company from meeting its growth objectives, distract from the main business focus, and even lead to a mediocre team being hired, any of which can kill a company in the long term.
Guest Post It’s hard to find good advisors who can carve out their time for you and your project. There are many well-meaning advisors who might hurt you without intending to.
Quick, name one Aussie startup.
Guest Post It’s not just the Internet usage that is growing in Latin America, it’s also the startup community that has begun to boom in the region.
Guest Post With very few job openings a year, landing that dream job in venture can be harder than you think. Here’s some tips to optimize your chances.
10 hardware startups to watch, according to momentum data from Mattermark.
Engineers and developers are some of the first people to latch onto startups that succeed. And we trust them to pick Silicon Valley’s hottest new tech companies.
Startups on a plane, startups on a train. Startups having fun, startups in the sun?
Guest Post Since I heard about Bitcoin earlier this year, I’ve been developing my investment thesis. Here’s some advice for early investors.
There were at least 14 startups funded today, so this is going to be a lightning quick Funding Daily. Hold your breath.
Guest Post Startups seeking angel funding shouldn’t be so afraid of the word “no.”
The first crop of 30 entrepreneurs will begin a training program next week, which is designed to help them scale their businesses.
Recently soft-launched Foundersuite offers entrepreneurs a set of tools and templates to lessen the burden of starting a company.
Digital health accelerator Rock Health has selected its fifth class of startups. Given the burgeoning interest in the space, the team says this was its most competitive application process yet.
Guest Post There are drawbacks to participating in more than one accelerator. But it made sense for my startup. Here’s why…
Editor’s Pick Give me your smart, your educated, your startup founders yearning to build companies?
Richard Branson lost a bet in 2010, and finally made good on his promise to don heavy makeup and full drag. His sense of humor is a lesson to all founders and CEOs!
Guest Post Christopher Columbus created a model for the modern entrepreneur to follow. Think about it…
Editor’s Pick A lack of clarity from government is stifling innovation in the health IT sector.
Guest Post With a little more interest from institutional investors, Berlin will be the startup capital of Europe.
From a first equity hire to a first round, these documents give startup founders a leg up — now with more open-source collaboration and nerdy street cred!
Life is short. Get acquired.
Guest Post Entrepreneurship has turned into its own cult, complete with a canonical “Bible,” a roster of prophets, and a defined creed.
Guest Post The only way to save your company is to give it away, one chunk of shares at a time.
New York City Mayor Bloomberg, who describes himself as an “entrepreneur” first and foremost on Twitter, is launching a new initiative to support local tech startups.
Guest Post I find more than ever the instincts and experiences that served me well in corporate America are even more valuable in the startup world.
Getting technical and entrepreneurial talent into the U.S. may be a lot easier very soon if a bipartisan group of senators manage to get the Startup Act 3.0 passed. Unfortunately, versions 1.0 and 2.0 died slow and silent deaths.
Guest Post StartupBus is a hack week with a twist: you board a bus filled with strangers, and 1800 miles later, you’re expected to demo a product to roomful of influential investors and journalists.
Prestigious accelerator Y Combinator is expanding its horizons by backing a nonprofit called ”Watsi.”
Public companies are safer, more boring, less innovative, and take fewer risks than startups, right? Stanford professor Shai Bernstein tracked almost 2000 technology companies to find out.
Editor’s Pick Silicon Valley residents often forget how unique this place is as an entrepreneurial hub, and challenging it is for people in other countries. For these nine British natives, coming to Silicon Valley has meant breaking away from English tradition.
What do Silicon Valley’s top VCs expect from 2013? Brace yourselves for self-driving cars, true AI, and much more.
San Francisco startup Rally.org has partnered with Glide, a local nonprofit, to encourage would-be entrepreneurs to raise money for charity. The top ten fundraisers will win a meeting with Eric Ries or Mike Maples, among others.
Guest Post There are multiple reasons why Canadian startups like us should stay put, despite Waterloo’s average December low of minus five degrees Celsius. Here are the big reasons why.