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5 tips on how to woo a deep-pocketed angel investor to fund your big idea

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Angel investors and angel networks are proliferating across America. Here are five ways to woo one that aligns with your business goals. Source link: Click here for more
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Bill Gurley direct listing event convinced Outreach CEO to consider it

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For a company to go public through a direct listing successfully, conventional wisdom says it needs to have a big brand that consumers recognize and every investor knows. Spotify and Slack could go that route because they didn’t need bankers to explain their stories to money managers. But some big-name...
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New IPOs face ‘reckoning’ over lofty private valuations

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Lyft President John Zimmer and CEO Logan Green applaud as Lyft lists on the Nasdaq at an IPO event in Los Angeles March 29, 2019. Mike Blake | Reuters As 2019’s IPO class faces a reckoning on the public markets, there are now even more questions about why the private...
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WeWork co-CEOs Sebastian Gunningham and Artie Minson: an overview

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Artie Minson, president and chief operating officer of WeWork, speaks during the annual Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, May 4, 2016. Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images After a brutal six weeks of scrutiny following the release of WeWork’s IPO prospectus, the co-working space provider announced...
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10 low-cost franchises you can start with $15,000 or less

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From the movie “Boss Baby.” Source: DreamWorks Animation According to the International Franchise Association, almost 4% of all small businesses in the U.S. are franchises. It’s an industry that generates more than $ 2.1 trillion and employs 18 million Americans. One of the most appealing reasons to buy a franchise...
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Fintech firm posts third year of profit

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TransferWise co-founders Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Kaarmann. TransferWise Financial technology firm TransferWise booked a profit for the third year in a row, a rare show of growth for an industry littered with start-ups that have struggled to break even. The London-based company said on Wednesday that its net profit after...

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