While crowdfunding serves a purpose, there are some glaring differences between it and investment crowdfunding, also known as microinvesting.
There’s a good chance you’ll come across a BFF or “soul sister” at some point in life, but you’ll have better luck finding good sweet tea in New Jersey than finding someone you NEVER disagree with.
Assumptions are all those little (and BIG) things we expect to be true in the future around our business, its market, or the customers we’re trying to serve. Since no one can predict the future without these assumptions, we would all be paralyzed and unable to build any businesses.
There comes a point in nearly every business’s life when getting funding is a necessity. At this fateful moment, there may also be a realization that a certifiably insane number of capital sources are out there. Most of these will not be a good fit, and each will have their set of strings, checklists and “arrangements” attached.
Four years old… this is the age you can expect recognition of shapes and colors, and a love for rhyming words. Also for some 4 year olds I know (mine), the word “stop” may lose all meaning. This is clearly the case with Reg CF in its fourth year, who is showing no intention of...
It’s trivia time at Vicinity! Which of the following headlines from the past year are real? Aliens in hiding until mankind is ready, says ex-Israeli space head Invasive wasps are posing a serious threat to passenger planes, study says Makers of grow-your-own human steaks say meal kit is not ‘technically’ cannibalism Growing anxiety has been...
The retail landscape is changing faster than the drive-thru line at Chick-fil-A. And the future for brick-and-mortar, in particular, might seem unclear.
We’ve all heard this stat as a warning to both would-be founders and investors. A shot across the bow about the supposedly near-guaranteed failure one faces when starting or investing in a new business. There’s only one problem with this stat. It’s just plain wrong.
“It’s an economic war.” Warren Buffet delivered this mic drop moment on his recent CNBC interview with Goldman Sachs’ CEO, David Solomon. During the interview, Buffet had a specific request to lawmakers: extend the Paycheck Protection Program.