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Business & Finance | Business

The Rules of Startup Success, According to Daymond John

The 'Shark Tank' investor and entrepreneur reflects on the wisdom he's gained from backing hundreds of startups-- and learning to assess himself honestly.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

The 6 Top Crowdfunding Platforms of 2020

Get the funds you need for a project. We researched and reviewed the best crowdfunding platforms based on ease of use, success, and more.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How Covid Has Impacted Startups’ Ability To Raise VC Money And Thrive: 9 Global Experts Weigh In

From the U.S. to Europe to Latin America, prospects for startups getting funded is better than you'd expect, post Covid-19.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

No, Your Idea Doesn't Need to Be Original to Be Successful | Inc.

In their new book, Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman argue advocating smart ideas is just as powerful as having original ideas

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This Startup Raised $37 Million To Make Going To The Dentist Fun

Tend is tackling the staid dentistry industry by focusing on patient hospitality.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

3 Promising Industries for Starting a Business Right Now

Covid-19 is expected to drive fast growth in niche industries that aim to make pandemic life easier.

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Building Your Own AngelList: 4 Expert Tips on How to Network to Find Investors for Your New Business

Investors aren't in short supply, but the investment opportunity that fits you is harder to come by. Make sure you're in the right spaces and talking to the right people.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Buys Startup That Creates Radio-Like Stations for Podcasts

Apple Inc. acquired a startup that makes listening to podcasts more like tuning into radio stations, seeking to improve its service amid growing competition from Spotify Technology SA.

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

These College Dropouts Have Built A Fast-Growing Business Creating Viral Ads That Look Like Memes

Low-brow jokesters Reid Hailey and Derek Lucas are thriving in an ad apocalypse by making some of the internet’s most widely shared memes for big brands like Bud Light, Netflix and Activision.

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I cofounded two startups with my best friend. Here are 5 ways we made it work

It’s a rule many agree on: Doing business with friends is a bad idea. These two entrepreneurs met in college a decade ago and are proving the old adage wrong.

Business & Finance | Business

5 Reasons Now Is the Best Time to Start Your Own Business | Inc.

GE, GM, IBM, Disney, HP, Hyatt, Trader Joe's, FedEx, and Microsoft were founded during hard times.

Business & Finance | Business

The Three Words that Matter Most When Raising Capital for Your Startup

When starting the process of raising funds for your startup, make sure to start on the right foot.

Business & Finance | Business

How to pick the right Series A investors – TechCrunch

Early-stage startup founders who are embarking on a Series A fundraising round should consider this: their relationship with the members of their board might last longer than the average American marriage. In other words, who invests in a startup matters

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

4 Israeli Startups Using Tech To Amplify The Music Scene - One Note At A Time

From haptic tech that lets you feel sounds to a music learning app that teaches you piano through mobile, these four tech companies are transforming the global music scene. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Rapid Prototyping to Speed Up Developing Your Startup App Idea

Prototyping can de-risk product development by providing entrepreneurs with key insights to build an app that customers need and will buy.

Business & Finance | Business

We asked over 150 VCs if they are doing remote deals. Here’s what they said. | VentureBeat

40% of firms confirmed they have already done a fully remote deal as a result of restrictions put in place due to COVID-19.

Business & Finance | Business

Venture Capital Is Not The Funding Reality Of Most Startups—Here’s What Is

In reality, less than 1% of startups get investment capital. Don't worry, you have many other funding options.

Business & Finance | Business

What It Takes to Launch a Successful Online Clothing Brand in 2020

If you have the right drive, know-how and positioning, you can start a business that will do well for years to come.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Rank 6th In New Global Startup Ecosystem Report

This is the first time Tel Aviv and Jerusalem were ranked together due to their geographical proximity. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | Business

How to Successfully Establish a Board of Advisors and Directors | Inc.

Many startup founders I know avoid establishing a formal advisory board or board of directors for as long as possible, with the excuse that this is just another burden, or it has more risk than value to the founder.

Business & Finance | Business

The new startup playbook: It's about avoiding ridiculous 'unicorn' habits | VentureBeat

Suddenly, aspiring to be a ‘unicorn’ doesn’t just seem like fantasy. It feels utterly ridiculous.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

The Top 10 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make In Their First (Virtual) VC Pitch Meeting

A pitch meeting with a VC is a huge opportunity. It is the first step on your journey to secure funding for your company and build your dream. To give yourself the best opportunity of securing a second meeting, it is essential that you dedicate time thoro

Business & Finance | Startups

Y Combinator’s Startup School relaunches to be ready when you are | TechCrunch

About three years and more than 100,000 participants later, Y Combinator is relaunching its free online bootcamp Startup School as a continuous year-round program. “Over the last 15 years, startups have exploded and it’s no longer just students working on

Business & Finance | Business

Forget the Moat and Make Your Startup a Tropical Island

Building a business should be like creating a destination, not erecting a fortress.

Business & Finance | Business

As An Investor, Here Is My Best Advice For Startup CEOs

What is your advice for startup CEOs?Answer by Yung Wu, CEO of MaRS Discovery District

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Meet The Harvard Grads Whose Startup Just Raised $30 Million To Help Employers Verify Sensitive Data

Truework announced it had completed a $30 million Series B funding round, led by Activant Capital, with participation from returning investors Sequoia Capital and Khosla Ventures. Individual investors include Forbes 30 Under 30 honorees William Hockey of

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This Startup's Pivot Aims to Help Other Struggling Businesses Amid the Pandemic | Inc.

The pandemic wiped out most of the SnapBar's photo booth business. In response, the founders immediately launched a gift box service that also helps other local companies.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How universities can help save the startup model | VentureBeat

Entrepreneurship doesn't have to go on hold during the current pandemic. Universities can offer funding, safety, and flexibility to young innovators.

Science & Technology | Technology

How Instagram's First Investor Steve Anderson Struck Gold As A One-Man Deal Machine

Steve Anderson paints his toenails blue and works alone out of a former children's photo studio. He's also the second-best venture capitalist in the world.

Business & Finance | Business

Why now may be the perfect time to start your business, according to the bestselling author of The Lean Startup

The best time to be an entrepreneur is "when everyone is running for the exits," according to The Lean Startup's bestselling author, Eric Ries.

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CTECH - Top 50 Israeli startups - 2020 (Covid-19) edition

CTECH – Top 50 Israeli startups – 2020 (Covid-19) edition Israel is home to over 200 growth stage companies. Check out CTech’s list of the country’s 50 most promising startups that we believe will survive and thrive despite coronavirus

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Pandemic forces fundraising founders to accept ‘discounts across the board’ | TechCrunch

Startup founders who are fundraising in this climate should expect venture investors to take a huge chunk out of their valuation expectations. “What we’re seeing across the board is discounts,” says Mike Janke, co-founder of early-stage cybersecurity inve

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What’s a chief technology officer worth to a startup raising money?

In his weekly advice column, Maynard Webb tries to suss out what a startup founder is really looking for: Tech support, or a soul mate?

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COVID-19 And Startups: The Ugly, Bad And Good—And How To Help

Startups around the world are feeling the COVID-19 pain, although there are some hopeful signs. And there are actions government might take to help.

Business & Finance | Business

Tech Startups Offer Stock, Not Salary, During Virus Crisis

A growing number of startups are offering stock-for-salary trades to preserve cash as the tech industry reels and economic uncertainty mounts during the coronavirus crisis. Bloomberg's Shelly Banjo reports on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)

Business & Finance | Business

How Many Slides is A Pitch Deck?

How many slides should be in your pitch deck? Knowing how many slides are best is a typical question the entrepreneur asks. Here's the answer.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Advice for New Entrepreneurs Entering the Covid-19 Era | Inc.

It's an especially strange and scary time to be an entreprenuer. But some advice remains true whatever the economic and business climate.

Business & Finance | Business

This venture firm is offering fast funding in a time of uncertainty | TechCrunch

The early-stage venture firm NFX is launching a seed-funding initiative today that invites founders to apply for seed funding of $1 million to $2 million in exchange for 15% of their company. Why is this interesting? It’s not because of the size stake tha

Science & Technology | Social Media

Startups Weekly: Where social startups will get funding in the future | TechCrunch

While consumer tech has matured as a startup category in recent years, many investors continue to be bullish on specific trends like online gaming, voice, and the unbundling of platforms in favor of focused social networks.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

A Survival Guide for Early-stage Start-ups

Successfully navigate an early-stage start-up through its first couple years in business and your odds of survival are much greater. But how, exactly, can you do this?

Business & Finance | Startups

The Rise of Alternative Venture Capital

A new age of startup investing has arisen amid the demands of entrepreneurs, and it is altering the traditional venture capital model as we know it.

Business & Finance | Business

The Great COVID-19 Panic of 2020 & Why Startups Shouldn't Worry - Newchip Accelerator

I'm writing to you from a "corona clinic" today experiencing this both as a patient and a stakeholder in the midst of it all. First off, I am not a licensed medical practitioner, nor professional, though I have seen an uptick in licenses "o

Business & Finance | Business

What's Plan B? The Lifeboat Strategy for Your Startup | Inc.

Ask yourself these four questions to lead your business through a time of uncertainty.

Business & Finance | Business

‘Shark Tank’: Why these toothpaste company founders turned down a 6-figure deal with Mark Cuban

"It is shocking when someone says 'no' to me," "Shark Tank" investor Mark Cuban said after Bite Toothpaste Bits turned down his offer of a $325,000 investment. "When was the last time that even happened?"

Business & Finance | Business

As coronavirus pandemic spreads, demand for remote-work startups spikes

As the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, spreads around the world, many companies are asking their staff to work from home. The boom in working remotely may prove temporary — even if the trend behind it is not — but having more staff operating aw

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Business advice from Howard Schultz: The ‘humanity’ of a company will create long-term value – GeekWire

Schultz, who led Starbucks as CEO for more than two decades and is a rumored presidential candidate for 2020, shared some words of wisdom at an event in Seattle Thursday.

Business & Finance | Business

Richard Branson isn't motivated by money

"I know in America, people are fairly fixated on money, billionaires, millionaires and so on. I'm not," Branson tells CNBC Make It.

Business & Finance | Business

5 things every new business owner needs to know before starting

When starting a business, it is critical to have five things to help get a headstart on success: a formal plan, the right partners, and a handle on spending, customers and marketing.

Business & Finance | Business

How a Web Design Company Crowdfunded Millions and Completely Disappeared

The Grid suddenly locked customers out of their websites and went silent for a year. Now, the CEO says he was naive. "I can imagine there's a few people who are pissed off."

Business & Finance | Business

Why You (and Your Employees) Need to Refocus Your Vision Statement

Defining your 'why' is what separates your business from the masses, the mission you live beyond the drive for profit. It also inspires loyal employees, and gives them a chance to invest in something greater than themselves.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How to raise money – it’s a journey not an event | VentureBeat

Every year I teach classrooms full of students who leave class understanding the basics of how to search for product/market fit — and thinking their next goal is to “get funded.”

Business & Finance | Business

How To Cure Founder's Syndrome | Inc.

When business owners micromanage, it can be a productivity calamity for all involved. But is there a cure?

Business & Finance | Business

Is Venture Capital Worth the Risk?  | The New Yorker

Nathan Heller on how the industry shaped the past decade and could destroy the next one.

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

The Average Age Of A Successful Startup Founder Is 45

Many factors may explain why middle-aged startup founders are on average more successful, but work experience seems to play a critical role.

Business & Finance | Business

You need a minimum viable company, not a minimum viable product | TechCrunch

Before attempting to scale your minimum viable product, focus on cultivating your minimum viable company.

Business & Finance | Business

Essential advice for securing your small startup | TechCrunch

Jeff Bezos’ phone was hacked. And if the richest person in the world is vulnerable, chances are good that your startup could get hacked, too. The good news is that, as a tiny company, you’re not a big target. But as soon as you hire your first employee, i

Business & Finance | Business

How To Prepare Your Early-Stage Company For A Capital Raise

Your company is your baby, but its birth is just the beginning. Growing a company takes years, and having the right partners is crucial.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Too Old To Become An Entrepreneur? Surprise Yourself With This New Research

if you believe youth itself is the elixir of successful entrepreneurship, you are wrong. The average age of a successful startup founder Is 45 says Harvard Business Review.

Business & Finance | Business

7 Strange Startup Ideas That Succeeded in a Big Way (One Raised $35M on Kickstarter)

Strange startup ideas can sometimes be the most successful of all. If you need inspiration

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How to Select a Co-Founder for Your Business Who Can Triple Your Odds of Success | Inc.com

I often find people who believe that the terms "entrepreneur" and "inventor" are interchangeable. Yet I find a big difference between "starting a new business" and "creating a new product."

Business & Finance | Business

Entrepreneur 101: What To Know About MVPs

Businesses turn to MVPs—minimum viable products—to test early-stage ideas and gain valuable feedback from users.

Business & Finance | Business

Think Like A Lean Startup, Even If You’re Not A Startup

Before you write another line of code, understand what customers are telling you.

Business & Finance | Business

I got 82 rejections to fund my business, here’s what I learned

“Constant rejection can be detrimental, but in my case, it kept me going.” NextChapter founder Janine Sickmeyer discusses how she moved on from hearing “no” over and over.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Essential Fund Raising Tips for Start-ups

Apart from the mandatory processes and documentation, there are a few things a start-up founder or first-generation entrepreneur needs to be prepared for, before closing the deal

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Billion-Dollar Ideas: Of 30 Israeli-Founded Unicorns, 13 Joined The Club In 2019

TechAviv's Yaron Samid keeps an updated list of private companies with Israeli founders valued at $1 billion or over. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

What To Do If Your Startup Idea Already Exists

If your startup idea already exists, don’t drop it, focus on what makes you unique. To be unique, you don’t necessarily need to build a superior product. You can be different by addressing an underserved market, restructuring your revenue model, and/or pr

Business & Finance | Business

Raising Your First Dollars? The Anatomy Of Startup Pitches That Work

Here are the four things you can do to give yourself the best chance of securing funding for your company.

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

Stages of Funding a Startup

A startup may require to raise various rounds of funding to establish and expand its business. In this article, we introduce you to different stages of funding.

Business & Finance | Business

Decide which type of investor to target for raising capital | TechCrunch

Venture capital is just one of many options to finance your business, typically the most expensive. The broader question is: what type of capital should you raise, and from whom?  

Business & Finance | Business

How I built a multimillion-dollar business with no full-time employees

Luisa Zhou is an entrepreneur who runs a six-figure business — without any full-time staff. She has four strategies for running a business solo.

Business & Finance | Business

Four Ways To Cut Tech Startup Costs

The more you can stretch your money as a startup, the more chance you have at creating a successful company.

Business & Finance | FINANCE & INVESTMENTS

The Big Money in Startups Comes From Investing Before the IPO - Bloomberg

The hippest investment strategy of the moment is backing tech companies while they’re still private.

Business & Finance | Business

How To Avoid A Common Confusion That Sinks Leaders And Stifles Startups

Do you know the differences between projects and processes? More importantly, do you know how to lead the kinds of very different people who are attracted to each?

Business & Finance | Business

Seven Lessons For Early-Stage Startup CTOs

While CTOs at early-stage startups are seen as the technology visionaries, the reality is, their roles and decisions truly revolve around making the business successful. The key is understanding that technology is a tool and not the destination.

Business & Finance | Business

Why San Francisco is still the gold mine for tech startups – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where each week we discuss other people’s copious dollars and lacking sense. This week was special! Kate and Alex at Disrupt where they recorded live in front of an audien

Business & Finance | Business

The Agonizing Truth About Startup Funding Entrepreneurs Need to Face

Entrepreneurs need to stop depending on money to start a business. All it takes is action.

Business & Finance | Business

5 Ways to Ensure Your Startup Makes Something People Actually Want (and Will Pay For)

Many entrepreneurs fail simply because they didn't properly vet their idea. Here's how to make sure that won't happen to your startup.

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

All You Need To Know About Pre-Seed Funding For Startups

Pre-seed funding also known as pre-seed capital or money is the first funding round for startups and one of the most crucial funding stages.

Business & Finance | Business

What Are The Basic Funding Requirements For A Startup?

Do you have any funding requirements to support growing your startup? This question was originally answered on Quora by Maaria Bajwa.

Business & Finance | Business

How early-stage startups can use data effectively | TechCrunch

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Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Health Startup Taps Into Behavioral Science - And Texting - To Help Combat Tuberculosis

Founded in 2014, Keheala developed a 'low-tech' solution to help motivate treatment adherence and get patients to take their medications on time. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How to Write An Unforgettable Company Mission Statement

It's your best and earliest shot at telling employees and the world what you're about.

Business & Finance | Business

Tech Insider | The Series A pitch decks that helped growing startups raise tens of millions — Quartz

Startups raising money in the Series A stage are usually just a few years old. But the size of Series A funding rounds has mushroomed in recent years and can now sometimes top $50 million. One thin...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's 10 'Hottest' Startups In 2019, According to WIRED Magazine

Zebra Medical, AppsFlyer, Deep Instinct were among the Israeli startups selected by the renowned American tech magazine for its Europe's 100 startups annual round-up. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | Startups

The alternative to VC investing everyone has been waiting for? | Sifted

It is no secret most VCs aren't profitable. So is this members-only blockchain token-based intestment club a better alternative?

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Could racing drones be the answer to the fire-kite threat? | ISRAEL21c

Israeli startup Xtend aims to turn a leisure drone-racing activity into an effective strategy for saving lives.

Business & Finance | Business

Now That You Have A Startup, How Should You Fund It?

Let's face it: Even the leanest startups can’t get far without capital.

Business & Finance | Business

These are the Best Website Builders for Small Businesses | Digital Trends

Businesses of all kinds need an online presence these days. And small businesses are no exception. Check out our comprehensive list of the best website builders for small businesses, from Wix to Webs to Squarespace and others. You're sure to find one that

Business & Finance | Business

How To Save Your Business When You're Running Out Of Cash

Your company requires three main resources to stay alive: food (customers), water (employees, vendors and creditors) and air (cash).

Business & Finance | Business

How New Startups Can Scale From Scratch

Scaling can be difficult, so it's important to know how to keep your company moving forward.

Business & Finance | Business

300 Examples Of Business Ideas To Help You Start A Successful Business

Are you looking for a business idea? But you want to make sure it's profitable first? You can learn from these 300 businesses to ensure your start-up launches on the right foot.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

'Highly Developed' Tech Hub Tel Aviv Ranks 6th In New Startup Ecosystem Report

Tel Aviv is among the top 10 international cities in the annual report published by Startup Genome in partnership with the Global Entrepreneurship Network. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

3 Ways to Get the Funding You Need for Your Startup | Inc.

You can't get your business off the ground without some cold, hard cash. Here's where you can find it.

Business & Finance | Business

The ultimate guide to scaling a startup — and common pitfalls to avoid

Top founders like Deepak Hegde, Alexi Robichaux, and Kara Goldin share their best advice on how to scale quickly and efficiently.

Business & Finance | Business

How startups can make influencer marketing work on a budget | TechCrunch

Influencer Marketing has ballooned into a $25 billion industry, yet many marketing managers are left confused by this, because for them, it’s really not delivering the results to justify the hype...

Business & Finance | Startups

4 Fast Ways to Fund Your Business (Without Venture Capital) | Inc.

Avoid raising money from venture capital firms with these four fast and effective alternatives to fundraising.

Business & Finance | Business

What Should Every Startup Know About Funding?

What should every startup know about the world of fundraising? This question was originally answered on Quora by Justin Kan.

Business & Finance | Startups

5 come-back tips for startups that have run out of cash | VentureBeat

My team encountered every startup’s worst nightmare: We ran out of money. But we were able to survive and are now thriving. Here's how.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Lessons to Learn from Startups That Failed

According to the Startup Genome report, 70 per cent of startups fail due to premature scaling

Business & Finance | Startups

While Every Startup Doesn't Need a Business Plan, Every Startup Does Need This | Inc.

You have an idea for a startup. But do you need a comprehensive strategy and plan?

News | News

This Week's Sanity Report from Israel May 26 2019

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel May 26 2019 The highlights include: Israeli scientists can protect the blood-brain-barrier to prevent brain diseases. Israelis are generating water from the air for Uzbekistan orphans. An Israeli rescue robot ca

Business & Finance | Business

What to Look For When Choosing Your Investor, a Decision That Will Affect Your Chances of Success | Inc.

When raising capital, don't fall into the trap of taking the first money thrown at you because you will pay the price later on.

Business & Finance | Business

5 Leading Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Advice for Bootstrapping a Business

Work with those you trust, pick the right business, and roll up your sleeves, say Kara Goldin, Tai Lopez, and others.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Is Israel At 71 A Scale-Up Nation? VCs Talk About The Good, The Bad, And The Promising

To mark Israel's 71st Independence Day, NoCamels spoke to leading VCs about the future of Israeli entrepreneurship. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Israeli Inovation

Strong Start: Israeli Companies Raise $1.55B In 1st Quarter Of 2019 | Technology News

A new IVC and ZAG-S&W report says this year's first three months were marked by an increase in later-stage deals. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | Marketing

Digital Marketers: Get Your Startups On The Fast Track

As a marketer, working with startups requires understanding the full scope of the digital marketing process -- including the skills you outsource.

Business & Finance | Business

Why Startups Fail

CB Insights found that 70% of upstart tech companies fail. Why do start-ups fail? Nine of the top 20 reasons for start-up failures – and five out of the top 10 – were related to customers – not meeting customers’ needs, not listening to them, or even ig

Business & Finance | Startups

Pitching your product will kill your fundraising | TechCrunch

Hint: investors want to know why you are the team to build your product now, and more data from DocSend.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Intel Capital Expands Israel Team, Announces New $117M Global Investments | Technology News

At annual summit, semiconductor giant's venture arm marks significant year for portfolio companies, including Israeli startups

Business & Finance | Business

The Rules for Leading a Navy SEAL Team Are the Same as Leading a Startup. I Know, I've Done Both.

Alden Mills, creator of Perfect Pushup and former military commander, outlines the mindset and tactics for success.

Business & Finance | FINANCE & INVESTMENTS

Why It's Hard to Find Angel Investors for Startups

There are requirements on both sides. For the angel investors, there are things they require a startup to have for them to invest and to the startups, they also have their requirements of an angel investor

Business & Finance | FINANCE & INVESTMENTS

Precursor Ventures just raised a second fund to zero in on pre-seed-stage startups | TechCrunch

Precursor Ventures, a 3.5-year-old, seed-stage investment firm in San Francisco, just closed its second fund with $31 million in capital commitments, roughly double what it raised for its debut effort in 2017. Somewhat amazingly, it has 75 portfolio compa

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel’s Zebra gets Europe nod for AI-tech that finds brain bleeds, gas in chest

The technology reduces the time it takes radiologists and ER staff to spot acute conditions in scans and X-rays by 80%, kibbutz-based startup says

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

5 Reasons Why 2019 is the Best Year Yet to Start a Business

Startup life is tough, but the current market and available resources makes it a whole lot easier to get going. Here's why 2019 is a great year to launch.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Are you being served? Israeli-founded startup creates robot butler on wheels

Temi says it will integrate Amazon's Alexa personal assistant to further expand its droid's capabilities

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Tel Aviv Became an Unlikely Sandbox for Foreign Tech Companies

The Tel Aviv shoreline. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. CTech – When e-scooter company Bird decided to expand outside of the US in …

Science & Technology | Tech

Startup GBatteries claims it can charge an EV as fast as it takes to pump gas

A Y Combinator startup called GBatteries has come out of stealth with a bold claim: They can recharge an electric car as quickly as it takes to full up a tank of gas.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How Startup Accelerators Work

What’s a startup accelerator? How do they really work? Is this a smart path to take for your startup? There has been a lot of buzz about startup accelerators in the past few years. They’ve attracted a lot of attention. They are frequently referred to

Business & Finance | Business

5 Simple Ways to Identify Business Ideas That Could (Really) Change the World

Want to come up with a world-changing business idea? First step, think locally. What exactly does your community need?

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Best Of 2018: 15 'Superhero' Israeli Startups Changing The World | Technology News

From humanitarian assistance and plastic reduction to water sanitation and space missions, NoCamels presents a selection of remarkable companies that had a positive impact this past year.

Science & Technology | TECH

This Sports Tech Startup Is Helping The Steelers Use Data and Analytics To Prevent Injuries

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been working with Silicon Valley startup Sparta Science this season in an effort to utilize machine learning and predictive analytics to prevent injuries. They are the 3rd NFL team to work with the sports tech company along wi

Business & Finance | Business

How Funding Rounds Work For Startups

The promise of big, easy and fast money to build business ideas has inspired countless entrepreneurs to throw their hats in the ring to try and get their share, and make their visions a reality. For some the game of raising capital to build businesses and

Business & Finance | Business

5 Ways to Launch a Startup Without Building it From Scratch

Entering a startup laterally is synergetic – you can begin contributing to a startup that’s already off the ground and the startup will benefit from your skills and will grow better and faster.

Business & Finance | Business

5 Fast-Growing Businesses Reveal Their Shared Secret To Success

There’s one thing all of these startups have in common and that has played a major role in their success. The best part? It’s a free resource that’s available to your business, too.

Business & Finance | Business

Want Startup Success? Keep It Simple, Stupid!

Don't try to be all things to all people--focus on that one thing your business can be doing that is better than everyone else.

Business & Finance | Business

Teamable, the Tinder for hiring, raises $5M and acquires Simppler | TechCrunch

Teamable, a provider of hiring software that leverages employees’ social networks, has brought in $5 million from new investor Foundation Capital and existing backers True Ventures and SaaStr Fund. The startup also announced its acquisition of Simppler�

Business & Finance | Startups

7 Different Areas of Startup Marketing Where You Can Employ Growth Hacking Tactics | Growth Hackers

Growth hacking is part science, part art. There is no template to master it; the best you can do is learn from successful growth hacks.

Business & Finance | Startups

Busting 5 Myths About A Startup!

Being faster and more efficient is all you need to leave your competition behind

Business & Finance | Business

How I spend my time as a startup founder - Balance Ventures

If left unchecked, the time of a startup founder can be easily spent taking unproductive meetings and putting out spot fires. After a few months of drowning in a sea of emails, calls, texts and meetings however, I sought advice from friends, mentors and t

Business & Finance | Business

To Scale Your Business, You Must Embrace A Niche

When it comes to starting a business, it is easy to want to offer your products or services to everyone. However, the more targeted you can be in your launch, the more likely you are succeed.

Business & Finance | Business

Don't Waste Time On A Startup Business Plan -- Do These 5 Things Instead

Based on my experience, business plans for startup companies are usually not worth the effort. Learn what you should be focusing on instead to grow your business.

Business & Finance | Business

This is how much VCs are paid

Venture capital is known for being an opaque industry, so it's no surprise most of us have no idea what the average VC earns in a year.