Written by Tom Cross @techtionary I gave a talk on Twitter at Rockies Venture Club Hyperaccelerator. This is a week-long effort to help startups understand everything they need to do to not fail or at least not fail as fast. I do the Twitter for @rockiesventure which topped 10K (click on image to follow RVC) […]
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Understanding startup valuations is often a complex and murky process. Peter gives you great insights on what you think you are worth, what you are really worth and also importantly gives you guidance as to understand valuations from the startup to exit. The latest addition to our educational webinar series, covering startup valuation, is here… […]
Seriously easy reading for those on the go and what to get the most of what they are going for.
This is a fast cool video for both angels and startups alike.
Rockies Venture (RVC) is excited to announce the release of a new member/investor communications app. “Providing member/investor communications is fundamental to RVC mission, noted Peter Adams.
By Thomas B. Cross email on Twitter @TECHtionary This article was inspired by Peter Adams blog post about the The Venture Capital Pitch – Team Slides. Here are few Angel Insights that you could consider discussing during a “deep dive” or other discussions with the start up under consideration.
The Imitation Game – the movie of the great Alan Turing – inventor of modern computer systems focused on both the concept of codes and machines. Codes are the ways we as humans do things such as talking, managing and communicating. Machines are tools such as printing presses, computers and algorithms (rules of thumbs), the […]
Abstract: This paper was inspired by a blog post by Brad Feld of the Foundry Group, a venture-capital firm in Boulder. I don’t know Brad but the idea of thought-leadership hits home to my own views of the “compelling argument” which I used in teaching a graduate class at the University of Colorado for nearly […]
This updated presentation was inspired by Peter Adams when I mentioned a quote from a colleague who said “if you are boring face-to-face, you will still be boring via video conference. Peter added, “twice as boring!” If I may also add, I have sat in on too many presentations lately that were as Peter suggest […]
Gamification is all the rage these days. In order to distill this down to something simple was the task at hand. Here are the briefly highlights after reviewing more than 100 documents, articles and reports.