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A Guide For Small Businesses Considering the SBIR Process, From Awardee, Cardiologist and Entrepreneur Dr. Elizabeth Ofili, Who Raised Millions For Her Company Health360x
The era of easy and abundant capital is over so it is essential for startups to exhibit strong fundamentals and sound strategy during this funding winter.
Cell coding company bit.bio today announces the addition of its early stage investor Weslie Janeway as a Board
The funding winter has given domestic venture capital firms a rare chance to demonstrate their adaptability and resilience. During these difficult times, new strategies and crucial maxims have emerged,
Before the founders of Magic Spoon tackled the cereal aisle, their first startup was a line of protein bars using cricket protein called Exo. While the business was eventually sold, it taught them the importance of product-market fit and the difficulty of building a category from scratch.
Companies in the growth stage have already built a consumer base and validated their value proposition. As a result, investors' returns can be more guaranteed.