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Founders tips - Issue #46

in the better you section, an important reminder: startups are often failing and don’t expect other p
Founders tips - Issue #46
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in the better you section, an important reminder: startups are often failing and don’t expect other people than you to be really concern.
it’s your duty to keep the company alive and growing but your investors can be live saver, especially at the early stage when the road is particularly bumpy. My advice is to keep your business angels, seed investors close to you, frequently updated and motivated, so they can pull out the wallet promptly if needed.
Personally, I liked No Leading, No Guts, No Glory — This is going to be BIG… article
and read Branding for Builders and 6 Levels of Cloud Maturity you won’t waste your time.
Take time to read is key, you learn and it helps you be more creative in the business
Enjoy your week

A better you
Unicorns Distract Us from a Graveyard – Understanding Venture Capital – Medium
A better company
Branding for Builders – Spero Ventures – Medium
Improve your tech
6 Levels of Cloud Maturity
Understand better VCs
Tweet of the week
Kate Clark
.@SpaceX's VC history per @PitchBook 🚀 Dec. 2002: $12M funding | $27M valuation
March 2005: $50M | $163M
March 2007: $30M | $280M
Aug. 2008: $20M | $410M
June 2009: $47M | $547M
Oct. 2010: $50M | $1B
Jan. 2015: $1B | $10B
Nov. 2017: $450M | $20.8B
April 2018: $507M | $26.5B IP
9:28 PM - 12 Apr 2018
The big read of the week end
In Silicon Valley, Failing Is Succeeding
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