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In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of April 22, 2018

  • 4.27.2018

Some interesting links we found across the web this week:

New Numbers Illustrate How Fast Fundraising Has Changed for Young Startups
Are you looking for your next round of funding? The discussion of the changes in startup fundraising in this TechCrunch article will help you get a better sense of the current state of the fundraising market.

Feds Announce New Restrictions on H-1B Visas and Plans to Rescind ‘Startup Visa’ Workaround
Changes are coming to H-1B visa rules frequently used by startups. Be aware as you evaluate your hiring and talent needs. Read more in this GeekWire article.

Finally, the Feds Are Cutting Startups Some Slack: Why the New Tax Law Is a Game-Changer
Now that tax season is over, it’s a good time to think about how recent changes to the tax code might affect your business going forward. This article by Entrepreneur discusses less publicized changes brought about by the new Tax Cuts and that are relevant to startups.

Five Things You Should Know About GDPR
Does your business deal with customers in the European Union? If so, are you ready for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation? Consider this Inc.com overview to help ensure that your company is prepared for the new regulation.

Why the Ability to Change Gears Is an Entrepreneur's Most Valuable Skill
As you focus on creating your product or company, it can be easy to lose track of the big picture. But per Entrepreneur, take some time to reflect on why having the ability to grow and change is a necessity for successful entrepreneurship.

Links compiled by Ryan Crane.