Do investors discriminate against women?

February 27, 2017

Offices dominated by men defy the tech industry’s meritocratic rhetoric, and only 7%  of venture capital money has gone to startups founded by women. Kathryn Minshew, co-founder of the fast-growing women’s career website The Muse, told The Verge that while raising money, a close advisor once suggested they add a man to the founding team for “credibility.” Does men on team really add credibility ? Investors prefer entrepreneurial ventures pitched…

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Seed Funding, Get it From the Right People

September 20, 2014

Starting a business is always a risky venture. It can be one of the most rewarding and satisfying things you can do if it goes right and it could be the worst mistake you make if it doesn’t work. There are so many things that go into starting a business or becoming an entrepreneur. You have an idea. Great. Then you make a plan. Outstanding. The next step is to…

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Entrepreneur: Traditional MBA for me ?

September 20, 2014

Entrepreneurs are a special breed of businessman or woman. A successful one does not win by following a formula; quite the opposite in fact, they think outside the box, to quote a much hackneyed expression. Formal MBA courses do not create wheeler-dealing business people, traditionally they have always created someone that can use business jargon and fit into corporate life, as well as use the formulae taught them to continue…

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