Accounting. Accruals. GAAP. These words are probably not the first things that pop up in the mind of a startup founder as he or she assembles a team, develops a product, acquires customers and runs a business. As CPAs, though, we believe that these and other related issues a should be treated as critically as any other business decision.
We started Centzy in June 2011 with two people. Centzy is now six people and will be at eight in May. Between joining an incubator, traveling, being displaced by Hurricane Sandy, and general moving around as we grow, we've now worked out of over a dozen different co-working spaces over the last two years. We are currently based in WeWork Labs in West Soho and love it here.
Gawker’s Big Board, which hangs prominently in the Gawker’s headquarters tracking the top performing stories, has long been lauded as a key to the success of Nick Denton’s publishing empire. Even old school publishers like Forbes have embraced performance pay... So does performance pay make sense for brand publishing? Let’s examine some of the pros and cons.
Last week, I joined ff Venture Capital in a newly-created role as Director of Communications. I will be handling the public relations and communications strategy in-house for ff and will be working closely over time with our 60+ portfolio companies.
Do you hack fast and break stuff? Do you eat, sleep, and breathe startups? If so, we would love to speak to you.
The beauty of deep linking is that it eliminates extra clicks, brings content closer to consumers, and enables people to more easily take the actions they intend on taking. This eliminates friction from the process of taking action (for example, launching and using a mobile app), resulting in more people actually taking the action that you’d like them to.
What do comedy and sportsmanship have in common? A few athletes profiled on ESPN love using social media to show their wit.
Lots of venture capitalists claim to add value to the companies in which they invest. But how do they do it? And does it really produce better returns for their investors?
When we first started Distil, we knew we had a great idea. The problem is that being an entrepreneur isn’t about ideas as much as it is execution. There are millions of great ideas in the world, but if you can’t successfully build or execute on them, they stay just that...
Justine is a current MBA student at the Yale School of Management, entering as a Silver Scholar. She graduated from NYU Stern with a BSc. in Finance and Economics and spent her undergraduate summers in Indonesia working in rural banks and learning rudimentary Bahasa Indonesia. Justine also previously worked at ...