Exploration into the rapidly evolving world of the CFO, and the innovative technologies that power back office finance
Jump Capital Co-Founder Sach Chitnis reflects over portfolio company 4C's journey through recent acquisition
We can’t imagine them all, but here’s a few other sectors we expect to see impacted
Neobanks gain ground, trading becomes our national pastime, and Bitcoin goes mainstream
COVID could bring the end of independent theaters, challenge cable's MO and encourage social audio
With more ecommerce in grocery, the big platforms get bigger; brands have to evolve their approach to protect their margins
Rapid growth of ecomm turns physical stores into experiences and fulfillment centers, and brands try to engage consumers directly
WFH enables a flight from cities, and could leave a cityscape heavy on live/work rentals
A massive labor shift drives upskilling, propels change for 1099’s and gives AI a push
COVID-19 and the global response to it will affect every sector. Our views of what a post-crisis world could look like
How Startups Are Improving Onboarding Processes
Paycheck Protection Program bottlenecks demonstrate the need for better onboarding solutions
Stay focused and patient – we’re all learning to navigate through this uncertainty
In difficult markets, how do you interact with your customers?
In an increasingly hyped AI space, LinkSquares is a great example of a pragmatic and thoughtful approach
Our recent investment in Eventus Systems, an emerging leader in trade surveillance and risk management technology, exemplifies the type of company and leadership team we are excited to partner with.
2020 is going to be a big year for crypto.
In May 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States repealed the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, or PASPA, which had been in effect since 1993.
As the CEO of a startup navigating through your company’s growth and evolution, there comes a time when your customers or partners become something more – potential acquirers.
85 Theses for The Changing of the Seasons in Crypto-Land
This is my second post around lessons learned from the sale of a start-up I ran…the outcome was desirable, but the path to a sale was winding and sometimes messy.