Category Archives: Startups

  1. What You Need Before You Go After Angels

    Without capital, it’s hard for startups to grow. So, it’s no surprise that in their rush to start fundraising, entrepreneurs leap into the process without getting all of their ducks in a row. Before jumping in head first, take a breath and prepare yourself by making sure you know what investors are looking for so…

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  2. Comet Labs: Bringing Artificial Intelligence to an Industry Near You

    In HBO’s latest hit, Westworld, the creators push the boundaries of what can be accomplished through artificial intelligence. Humanoid robots (or “Hosts”) interact with guests in a decadent theme park where anything goes and rules don’t apply. But while the world of robots escorting us through the Wild West may seem like a dizzy daydream,…

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  3. AquaFresco Is Cleaning Up The Way We Do Laundry

    by Joel Greenberg Most college kids make their way through school giving nary a thought to two little words: clean clothes. Gather them up before break, take them home, and hand them to mom and dad to wash for the next semester. But PhD candidates at MIT are wired differently. And because three of them…

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  4. Fundraising 101: A Tale of Two Rules — Fundraising under 506(b) vs. 506(c)

    There are a million and one decisions facing an entrepreneur when it comes to fundraising. The size of the offering, what instrument, what terms, and who to call first are some of the most fundamental. One that’s often overlooked, but a potential lever for success, is choosing between two regulatory options under Regulation D (“Reg…

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  5. G-Tech is Following Their Gut to Help Doctor’s Heal Your Belly

    By Joel Greenberg When Steve Axelrod was earning his Ph.D. in particle physics from Yale and his post-doc from Stanford, he thought he might spend his professional life probing the secrets of the cosmos, the beginnings of the Big Bang and the mysteries of the Higgs boson, a seminal component of physics theory. The last…

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