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Category Archives: Start ups
I’ve written that even start-up companies need to have a revenue generation model. The idea that ‘If you build it, they will come” is rarely successful outside of Facebook and LinkedIn. Startups need to show how their future success prospects … Continue reading
One of the things I enjoy most about my daily professional activities is finding the right opportunities to help companies and individuals with their success. The term that I hear most often thrown around is ‘deal flow’. Whenever I meet … Continue reading
I can almost picture it in my mind. Two seven-year olds are having a play date. Kids still do that right? One says to the other “Let’s play the startup game” OK! I’ll play the founder CEO and you can … Continue reading
When I began working back in the 1980’s I worked at a major NYC bank in the marketing department as a marketing associate alongside a number (more than 10) of very smart women (there were one or two men but … Continue reading
Working with start-up and early stage companies is interesting and full of unknowns and yes that’s the fun part of the challenge! What almost all startups share is a passion for excellence, a cool idea and real business potential. Most … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of Tech Crunch for some time now and even more so since I’ve been watching HBO’s Silicon Valley (I so want to go to Disrupt!). This past Tuesday night I attended a NY Meetup and Pitch-off … Continue reading
This past Monday evening I attended my fourth NYC Silicon Dragon event hosted by Rebecca Fannin of Silicon Dragon. Rebecca (author of the 2011 book Start-up Asia ) always puts together an interesting program and she conducts these programs all … Continue reading