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Id4 Founders tips #101 : Founder vesting, Team building, Product naming, Market Size..

This week, A great article on naming your company or product: spoiler “Made-Up” Consumer Brand Wins
Id4 Founders tips #101 : Founder vesting, Team building, Product naming, Market Size..
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This week,
A great article on naming your company or product: spoiler “Made-Up” Consumer Brand Wins Long Term.
A great twitter thread from Elizabeth Yin on the first major hurdle once you raise your pre-seed or seed round: team building.
Mike Vernal from Sequoia on The Market Formula : The simplest and most important way to think about market size
Four-year vesting is the industry standard. Why would someone voluntarily make it longer for themselves? read Jake Jolis views about it.
From our portfolio company Neurolabs: The full recording of our webinar : The Power of Synthetic Data in Computer Vision
Enjoy the read, Enjoy your week and Stay Safe
The ID4 team

Articles we liked at Id4 ventures
Elizabeth Yin
Quick thread today on the biggest hurdle after your seed raise

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The Market Curve. The market you choose to serve is one… | by Mike Vernal | Sequoia Capital Publication | Oct, 2020 | Medium
Syllables, Scrabble Letters, and Picking Brand Names - Rich Barton | HopperandDropper.com
4-year founder vesting is dead – TechCrunch
From our Startups
Neurolabs
The full recording of our webinar
➡ The Power of Synthetic Data in Computer Vision ⬅
is now available online.

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