Life as a start-up is certainly not easy. Finding funding for our innovative ideas, managing mental health and minimizing mistakes are at the top of most start-up’s must have lists. I hope these three reads provide some interesting insights.
The Re-Emerging Art of Funding Innovation
As the strategic philanthropy movement has swept across the field, many grantmakers have lost their appetite for funding experimental and innovative projects. Recently, however, a number of funders have begun exploring how to deliberately reintroduce risk-taking into their processes and portfolios in search of breakthrough change.
Are startups just for workaholic white male lumpen-preneurs?
Entrepreneurs on What They Wish They’d Known
Building a successful business is typically done by trial and error, with many hurdles along the way. And when it’s your first company, every day involves making mistakes and learning something new.
In this article, small-business owners around America were asked to share the one thing they wished they’d known when they first started their businesses.
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