In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of February 20, 2022
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
The New Rules of Data Privacy
Due to consumer mistrust, government action, and market competition for commercial use of personal data, data privacy is increasingly becoming more regulated. This HBR article argues that empowering individuals to have more control over their personal data will ultimately be more beneficial for firms. If firms follow three rules based on consent, insight and flow, then the article asserts that firms could generate more equitable wealth and will carry fewer privacy and security risks.
This Technique Can Help Diverse Teams Deal With Conflict Effectively
The benefits of diversity can be outweighed by conflict amongst team if proper boundaries and principles aren’t established. Alida Miranda-Wolff, the CEO and founder of the consulting company, Ethos, discusses with Fast Company her research and findings of how companies can successfully apply conflict management principles to maximize the potential of diverse teams.
Startup Funding: What It Is, How It Works, & 5 Tips for Landing It
Every needs capital to grow its business. This article provides an overview of the basics of funding, types of funding available, how funding work, and how entrepreneurs can obtain funding. This Hubspot article is a great starting point for any new entrepreneur who is looking to grow his or her new business.
How Startups Are Benefiting From NFTs
can take advantage of the increasing interest surrounding NFTs to their benefits in various ways. This article from Grit Daily discusses how different businesses, ranging from real estate to clothing manufacturers, can market NFTs in order to grow wealth.
Want to Launch a Great Startup? Be Like Wordle. Here's What the Game Gets Right.
By now, many people have at least heard of the game Wordle as it has reached worldwide success in a relatively short period of time and is now owned by The New York Times. This USA Today article discusses why this game became so successful and four key takeaways that entrepreneurs can learn from Wordle’s success.
Links compiled by Sharon Baek.