Dear Sophie: Tips on EB-1A and EB-2 NIW?

Sophie Alcorn Contributor Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives. More posts by this contributor Dear Sophie: Tips on EB-1A and […]

Dear Sophie: Tips on EB-1A and EB-2 NIW?

Sophie Alcorn Contributor Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives. More posts by this contributor Dear Sophie: Tips on EB-1A and […]

More companies should shift to a work-from-home model

Karl Laughton Contributor Karl Laughton is president & COO of Insightly, which makes scalable CRM software that enables companies to go beyond transactions and grow lasting customer relationships. Nearly three in 10 employees (29%) would quit their job if they were told they were no longer allowed to work remotely, according to a recent survey. […]

Avoid these common financial mistakes so your startup doesn’t die on the vine

Swapnil Shinde Contributor Swapnil Shinde is the co-founder and CEO of Zeni, the first AI-powered finance concierge for startups. The startup world can be a rollercoaster. While investment continues to pour in — with both founders and investors looking for the next unicorn — the reality is that 90% of startups fail, with over half […]

Reform your startup’s meeting culture

Chuck Phillips Contributor Chuck Phillips is the co-founder of MeetWell, an application that enables teams to achieve a better work-life balance while saving companies money by reducing the amount of bad meetings they attend. Bad meetings are the fast food of the knowledge worker; it’s so deliciously quick and easy to throw a 60-minute default […]

6 strategies for running more effective startup board meetings

Sylvain Kalache Contributor Sylvain Kalache is the co-founder of Holberton, an edtech company training digital talent in more than 10 countries. An entrepreneur and software engineer, he has worked in the tech industry for more than a decade. Part of the team that led SlideShare to be acquired by LinkedIn, he has written for CIO […]

CEO Shishir Mehrotra and investor S. Somasegar reveal what sings in Coda’s pitch doc

Coda entered the market with an ambitious, but simple, mission. Since launching in 2014, it has seemingly forged a path to realizing its vision with $140 million in funding and 25,000 teams across the globe using the platform. Coda is simple in that its focus is on the document, one of the oldest content formats/tools […]

3 views on the future of meetings

More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, early-stage startups across the world are re-inventing how we work. But founders aren’t flocking to build just another SaaS tool or Airtable copycat — they’re trying to disrupt the only thing possibly more annoying than e-mail: the work meeting. On an episode of this week’s podcast, Equity […]

7 questions to ask before relocating your startup to Florida

Lakshmi Shenoy Contributor Lakshmi Shenoy is CEO of Embarc Collective, a nonprofit innovation hub in Tampa that builds bold, scalable, thriving companies. Today, Embarc Collective supports nearly 100 tech startups in Florida. If it seems like everyone you know is moving to Florida these days, there is evidence to back that up. Recent data from […]

2 CEOs are better than 1

Thomas Asseo Contributor As co-CEO, Thomas Asseo oversees the strategic direction of Fresh n’ Lean in distributing thousands of meals for active lifestyle consumers. Before joining the company, he rose to the top of the auto racing ladder system. Netflix has two CEOs: Co-founder Reed Hastings oversees the streaming side of the company, while Ted […]