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What every entrepreneur should know about financing right now

Version One Ventures

The ability to raise money no longer determines one’s fate. More money is flowing in from a new crop of angels, newly wealthy from a number of tech IPOs. First, there will be a consolidation in the accelerator space, with the net effect of reducing the number of available spaces for start-ups. Is your opportunity at least $100M?

Alexis Ohanian's Low-Tech Idea for Thwarting the FCC's Anti-Net Neutrality Plans

Fresh Inc.: The Staff Blog

Reddit co-founder Alexis Hosanian is launching a campaign to make sure Net Neutrality survives. How to get attention in a technology debate?

New Monthly Net Income Record: $40,198.38

TylerCruz.com: An Internet Entrepreneur's Journey

May proved to be no different… as I set new personal records for both gross and net income from my affiliate marketing campaigns! Net Profit: $40,198.38. Woohoo! A new monthly net income record on my affiliate marketing campaigns – and by a big margin too! Net-wise, I’m on pace to do $390,000 profit for the year.

Net Neutrality Supporters, Obama's on Your Side

Fresh Inc.: The Staff Blog

President Barack Obama''s administration issued a statement in support of net neutrality on Tuesday. What would Frank Underwood do? F.C.C.

Should Startups Focus on Profitability or Not?

Both Sides of the Table

Being profitable allows you degrees of freedom you don’t have when you rely upon other people’s money. One of them is profitability.

Should Founders Be Allowed to Take Money off the Table?

Both Sides of the Table

If a company has reached a level of success, has been around for a few years and you believe the company has potential to break out into a much bigger company then you should let the founders take money off of the table.  It’s that simple. Not FU money, but “feed the family&# money. Only then are you truly aligned.

VCs in seed clothing: Chris Dixon, Mark Suster, and Naval Ravikant interviewed

Venture Hacks

The topic was VC signaling in seed rounds — and how these signals help or hurt your ability to raise money in the next round. Outline.

What Makes an Entrepreneur? Cojones (7/11)

Both Sides of the Table

He wanted to raise angel money. You need the whole package. Few people have it. Appetite for risk. Entrepreneurs are inherently risk takers.

How to Fund a Startup

www.paulgraham.com

typical startup goes throughseveral rounds of funding, and at each round you want to take justenough money to reach the speed where you can shift into the nextgear. At Viaweb we got our first $10,000 ofseed money from our friend Julian, but he was sufficiently richthat its hard to say whether he should be classified as a friendor angel.

Dynamic strategy and the end of competitive advantage. Rita McGrath, Business of Software 2014

Business of Software Blog

billion dollars in interchange fees and that’s a lot of money! Is sustainable competitive advantage dead? If so, who killed it? Yeah, okay.

Entrepreneurs: The Funding Landscape Has Changed.

Berkonomics

There is still abundant money available for early stage investment, but many of the rules have changed, as well as the processes for accessing these resources. Factoring companies can help you with working capital needs when your business grows quickly by filling the money “gap” created between new billings and actual collections. 

Which language should my startup use?

www.reincubate.com

Share this: net c# development django java language php software Were often asked by entrepreneurs which language their startups should adopt when developing their technology. These are Java (from Sun),NET (from Microsoft), and three Open Source options: PHP, Python and Ruby. PHP is insecure? Ruby on Rails doesnt scale? XML sitemap.

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