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Startup Tips from a Venture Capitalist

Startup Tips from a Venture Capitalist

Once a startup has arrived at the point where it can consistently earn revenue and has achieved a good product fit in the market, the next step is to raise Series A funding. But sometimes, it can be challenging to know the best way to do it. How should investors be...

IPOs That Investors Should Keep an Eye On

IPOs That Investors Should Keep an Eye On

An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the technique of contributing shares of a non-government organization to the public in the latest stock allotment. Public share allotment permits a business to hoist capital from public shareholders. The shift from a...

Small Business Technology with the Help of the Government

Small Business Technology with the Help of the Government

Small businesses can opt to apply for government stimulus and use it to purchase advanced tech equipment. The lawmakers have passed a package amounting to $284 million, meant for small businesses struck by the pandemic breakout. The package has expanded the list of...

Eye-opening Tips On Raising Venture Capital

Eye-opening Tips On Raising Venture Capital

Many people aspire to be great entrepreneurs. The majority, however, face many challenges when starting a business. The challenge is mainly on raising venture capital. Minority groups such as blacks and women are more likely to face this challenge. One of the best...

Options for Socially Responsible Investing

Options for Socially Responsible Investing

Everyone loves to see their money grow. For a long time, people didn't have a lot of transparency about the stocks included in some of their investments. By the 1990s, people were asking for socially-conscious investment options for their retirement savings. They...

5 Little Things You Can Do to Save Money Long-term

5 Little Things You Can Do to Save Money Long-term

Saving money can seem like a daunting task. Most financial advisors recommend having between three and six months of expenses saved for emergencies. Then, they recommend investing for long-term goals like financial independence and retirement. At low income levels, it...

How To Be a Strong Leader for Your Remote Workers

How To Be a Strong Leader for Your Remote Workers

Leading a business remotely is a challenging role. While it may seem difficult to keep everyone motivated when they are working remotely, it is not impossible. The right strategies can help any business leader increase productivity and effectiveness among their remote...

How Work Weeks Will Change After the Pandemic

How Work Weeks Will Change After the Pandemic

As the novel coronavirus spread throughout the globe, businesses in countries all over the world began to shut their doors and work remotely. At the start of the pandemic, about 31-percent of all workers were remote workers. But that number doubled in the span of just...