Friday, October 13th may seem like the beginning of a horror story, but it was anything but one at Rev Ithaca’s Mindset for an Investible Company workshop. Entity formation, how to deal with real boards of directors, the critical aspects of founder relationships, and the basics of raising dilutive financing from VCs and other investors were the main topics of the three-hour workshop.
Oil magnate John D. Rockefeller once said, “A friendship built on business can be glorious, while a business built on friendship can be murder.” If that’s true, how do some partnerships with friends and family succeed while others fail? Find out below:
The road to becoming a successful entrepreneur is undoubtedly difficult; however, it can be made easier by learning from those around you. Below, Entrepreneurship@Dyson has accumulated the top pieces of advice our interviewees have for aspiring entrepreneurs:
Have you ever found yourself trying to find the right piece of information from a file on your computer? One Cornell-based startup has the solution. Comake is an online platform designed to help users access and understand their files. Simply put, Comake understands how a file or a piece of information has been previously used and creates a preview of its past to help you determine if and how it can be leveraged in the present. In creating a new sort of social productivity network around files, Comake has formed with a goal of making files more intuitive and collaborative.