I write for Venture Hype, an invitation-only resource blog for angel investors. Over the past couple of months they’ve published a series I’ve written about the challenges and strategies in valuing a start-up. The titles of the articles are… How to Value a Start-up Part 1: Is it Unknowable? How to Value a Start-up Part […]
VentureHype is a blog for angel investors that I write for regularly. In my June 17th article, “What the @#$ is SOX?” I talk to angel investors about how they can prepare their start-up today for SOX compliance in the future.
VentureHype is an initation-only blog for angel investors, and I write for them from time to time. In my June 10th article How the @#$! Do I Cash Out?, I show angel investors how to create exit strategies BEFORE they begin investing.
Venture Hype is a blog focused on helping angel investors. Recently, they published an article of mine that highlighted what angel investors need to know about Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Read my June 3rd article: “Reader’s Question Answered: What The @$#! is GAAP and IFRS?“
Sometimes angel investors invest on their own, but there is safety in numbers. In my article published at invitation-only resource site Venture Hype on May 6th, I discuss the difference between member-led angel investor groups and professionally managed angel investor groups in an article entitled How to manage your angel group“.