In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of June 18, 2017
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
How to Bypass Bureaucracy When Scaling Your Startup
Keeping that startup-feel alive beyond the growth stage can be difficult. Forbes shares advice on keeping bureaucracy to a minimum while scaling.
What Does an Aspiring Founder Need to Know?
The Harvard Business Review dives into the education every founder should have before launching a startup.
Regulation Could Stifle Growing China-US Venture Activity
Tech investment by and in China could be imperiled by new regulations. TechCrunch explores the current cross-pollination of money, talent, and tech between China and the US.
Ensuring Foreign-Born Founders can Grow Their Startups in
With more than half of unicorns founded by foreign-born entrepreneurs, new immigration regulations may imperil America’s position as a top destination for innovators.
3 Ways Early-Stage Startups can Capitalize on the Micro-VC
Thinking about cashing in on the micro-VC boom? Small funds may provide the best source of seed investment for early-stage companies ready to grow.
Seed Stage Due Diligence Guidelines
Once you’ve got a term sheet in hand, it’s time for due . A few helpful tips and perspectives for getting ready for VC investments.
Links compiled by Bill Warren.