In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of January 19, 2020
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
How to Run a Startup Part-Time Without Working Over Time
Interested in building a part-time? Numerous multi-billion entrepreneurs have started their ventures part-time. Check out this article from Forbes to learn about the four key areas every entrepreneur should prioritize to lay the groundwork for a successful business.
The December 2019 US Venture Capital Funding Report
More than $5.2 billion was invested into US during the month of December 2019. Let’s take a closer look at the numbers by stages of funding in this article by AlleyWatch.
All Co-Founder Fights Are Really About 1 of These 3 Issues, According to a Top Couples Therapist
Fights among co-founders often lead to advice-seeking from VCs or leadership coaches. But Esther Perel has another idea. A couples therapist. Check out this article by Inc.com to see how your co-founder fight could be much more similar to a conflict in a romantic relationship than you think.
How to Grow Your Startup With the Help of an Angel Investor
With increasing exposure provided by Shark Tank and what has been described as “the longest economic expansion in US history,” investors continue to become more prevalent in the market. Check out this article by Forbes to learn more about identifying investors, whether you are -ready, and the right time to approach an investor.
Why Receiving Big Funding Doesn’t Guarantee Startup Success
Receiving investment capital doesn’t guarantee success. Familiarize yourself on how to use your capital to develop long-term success for your and avoid problems like premature scaling in this article by The American Genius.
Links compiled by Korey Cowan.