In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of December 10, 2017
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
How Successful Founders Will Raise Money in 2018
Research from the past year suggests that early-stage seed round fundraising for startups is changing. Learn how to recalibrate your strategy to find the best sources of capital for your business in 2018 with this insight from Hackernoon.
Guest Blog Post: As VC Funding Cools Beware Bad Term Sheets
While the “changing” early-stage fundraising environment has led to a decrease in overall capital flows to new companies, this piece from Rajeev Jeyakumar, a former WilmerHale QuickLaunch client-company founder, provides some helpful tips on how to identify good investments—from the right investors—in a competitive landscape.
How Tax Changes May Impact US Startups
With tax reform imminent, many businesses will celebrate the lower corporate tax rates. Tech startups that are not yet profitable may not see any immediate financial benefits, but the pending tax bill will likely have a powerful impact on the broader tech industry, including increased funds flowing for investment and M&A. Read more about the potential effects on your business under the proposed approaching changes in this article from TechCrunch.
5 Trends That Shaped the Way We Looked at Tech in 2017
As we approach the end of the year, this Techo.co article reflects on what and who made the biggest impacts on the industry in 2017.
Links compiled by Cara Fonseca.