In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of March 18, 2018
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
Investor Perspectives—Corporate Venture Capital
During January’s QuickLaunch University webinar, Partner David Gammell led a panel discussion of venture capital investing trends. David details corporate venture capital’s increasing presence in venture capital investing with insight from panelists in his latest recap of the January webinar.
Late-Blooming Startups Can Still Thrive
CrunchBase News dug into data on top late-blooming . Though less common than the traditional path, CrunchBase found that late bloomers can still build successful businesses.
SEC Dedicates Part of Its Website to Initial Coin Offerings
Initial coin offerings have been growing in popularity and publicity recently. The SEC has taken notice and now has dedicated a portion of its website dedicated to educate investors and companies about ICOs.
7 Principles for Startup Decision-Making
Building an innovative product or service is a challenge in large part because there are so many unknowns. Consider the principles in this Forbes article to help frame your approach to building your company.
Why Most Entrepreneurs Don’t Understand Valuation
Valuation is a major focus of both founders and investors. Though it is tempting to seek the highest valuation possible, it is important to understand how your valuation will set expectations for you and your company as it grows. This Medium article provides a guide on how to think about your valuation and what it means for your company.
Links compiled by Ryan Crane.
Tags: early-stage companies, founders, QuickLaunch