Monthly Archives: May 2016

UC’s climate of innovation pays off for California | University of California

The University of California has long been a beacon of cutting-edge research and higher education in California, but increasingly UC is playing a pivotal role in the California economy as a driving force behind successful technology startups. In 2015, UC … Continue reading

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7 Tactics to Get the Most Out of Your Startup’s Advisors | First Round Review

It happens all the time. A founder surrounds him or herself with a skilled group of advisors — maybe one or two from investors, a trusted mentor from their past, perhaps someone influential who can open doors. But as the … Continue reading

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5 mistakes startups make with advisory boards (and how to avoid them) | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Sarah Fay

Advisory boards are all the rage right now. A startup can make headlines by appointing a tech veteran to their advisory board, and a pedigreed advisory board can become a selling point in establishing market credibility. Unfortunately, many CEOs are … Continue reading

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Calling MedTech VC’s and Hardware Manufacturers

Originally posted on Startup Hive™:
Ok, I have this client, a super nice lady up in the mountains above San Bernadino, a school nurse who designed something that will make the lives easier for oh a billion or so medical…

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