In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of October 16, 2016
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
The first 100 days of your startup: From registering a name to funding options - How to start a startup: Advice from startup founders
Techworld talks getting started with your . The first days of any venture involve many important business and legal issues with long-lasting effects. In this article, veteran entrepreneurs their advice and experience about the first 100 days of a company.
Startup Capital Is Ammunition, Not Oxygen
Even once locked and loaded with VC money, need to aim at the right targets and not hole up and hope for survival. Forbes discusses how to manage and optimize that .
Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring
A major dilemma innovators face is how to position their products in a crowded marketplace. Clay Christensen explores how get customers to "hire" their product.
As compliance pressure mounts, businesses turn to regulatory technology
and government haven't always mixed well, but a proliferation of new regulations also creates business opportunities for enterprising companies with products designed to wade through regulatory quagmires. TechCrunch explores the growth of regulatory/compliance tech.
Inside The Mind Of A VC: AI, Frontier Tech And NYC As An International Startup Hub
Forbes picks the brain of an NYC VC. They discuss what makes New York a destination for and how the city’s entrepreneurial ecosystem has evolved and grown.
Finally, legislation to support startups
Congress moves to give employees better when it comes to their pre-IPO . TechCrunch looks at tax treatment and employee incentives in a world where companies are waiting longer to go public.
Links compiled by Bill Warren.