Business partnerships are much like personal relationships: They deserve and require consistent attention. So what do you do when the blues hits your business partnership vibe? How do you rebound?
Four startup veterans from food and beverage, fintech, safety analytics and consumer product firms share their personal stories as co-founders. This includes tips for choosing a partner, establishing relationship boundaries and identifying red flags.
How you lead, who you are as a person, whom you work for and your happiness are all greatly within your control, so own it.
Even though Colorado has a vibrant economy for startups, one component of starting a business remains elusive in the middle of the country: raising venture capital. Here’s ten ways you can increase your shot at securing venture capital investments.
While tax season might seem far away, the fourth quarter is an excellent time to revisit the tax law changes and make any final business decisions before the year is over.
It’s important to overcome your fears. Instead of getting caught up in what could go wrong or has gone wrong, focus on the steps necessary to achieve your goals. And remember, there’s always room for improvement.
Building the right operating system that includes communication, planning and a healthy culture is just as important as having a sound strategy.
The choice of products you want to utilize boils down to how efficient you want to be and around what areas you want to build lasting strategies.
Over the coming decades, more than $30 trillion in assets will be transferred to Millennials and Generation X as the Baby Boomer generation, the largest and wealthiest generation this country has ever seen, passes their wealth on to their heirs.
These three steps are not just a comfort; they present a quiet and powerful method for potentially improving your 2020 financial goals.
Hotlines result in a 41% reduction in median loss and a 50% reduction in the duration of the fraud. Therefore, it makes good sense — and is good governance — to give your employees a way to alert you about potential fraud or unethical behavior.
What do Tesla, We and Uber have in common? At least two things: unprofitable business models (as I write this) and founders with egos the size of Saturn. It turns out that a bunch of hot air is not the same as a good-looking P&L