In the corporate world, new techniques and strategies are frequently appreciated. They are frequently essential in order to maintain your business thriving and avoid slipping into the trap of complacency. Many company leaders feel comfortable “shaking things up” inside or outside, such as by improving employee culture or introducing new products and services. These changes are excellent and crucial for a successful company, but they are only that. It’s only a few tweaks. Business leaders are frequently ready to make modest changes but unable to accept the looming core issues. Technology is at the forefront of today’s difficult frontier for building better companies. Recognizing the neglected components of structural assembly is no minor feat. Your company will put you on the road to success.Read more. ➝
How Your Start-up Can Leverage the Looming Recession with Phil Sanders, Investment Principal at New Media Ventures
A recession is coming — or we’re already in it. How should your start-up respond? Join investor Phil Sanders, Investment Principal at New Media Ventures, as he shares how start-ups can utilize creative fundraising techniques, non-dilutive capital opportunities, and team-building strategies in tough economic times.