This bi-weekly column covers the latest news from venture capital firms in NYC for the second half of November 2019 featuring must know news including news for Harlem Capital Partners, CityRock Venture Partners, and much more.
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Some venture capitalists have a bias against startups with an explicit positive social impact on the grounds that they have a smaller addressable market, and that the founders are not sufficiently focused on creating shareholder wealth.
We shouldn't rely on help from the West Coast when NYC is full of homegrown talent that merely needs support.
Anyone who cares about the wealth and opportunity divide in this country has to be frustrated with the range of our policy options to fix the problem.
The phrase “fail forward,” repeated to the point of cliché, is part of the modern gospel of the innovation economy.
If we fail to come up with good answers for America’s workforce, the American Dream and all that flows from it will not survive.
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In today’s world, Silicon Valley founders like Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk seem to represent the only startup goal worth striving for. Unless you’re a hoodie-wearing billionaire who’s creating apps and disrupting industries, you’ll be dismissed (especially by young people) as unimportant.
How can we help struggling communities to help themselves? We can draw valuable lessons from a surprising place: the field of international development.
Sam Kass, Obama's White House Chef and Senior Advisor to Nutrition and Matt Jansen former CEO of COFCO Int'l and SVP at ADM join KDC Ag to deploy revolutionary patented technology nationwide.