Fundraising 101: 3 Typical Startup Funding Paths
As a startup, at least one of your goals should be to create a large, valuable company (a valuation of eight to nine figures) in a highly competitive marketplace.
Embracing the Unknown: How I Decided to Found My Own Company
When Cory von Wallenstein’s employer changed from a startup to a growth company, he realized it was time to leave.
Launch of the University Challenge Leverage Your Idea
Students, Foreign Students and University Graduates aged 18 to 35 invited to submit their business idea
How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture
When growing your team, focus on hiring the right people with the right personality fit for your organization.
7 Questions for Marie Chevrier, Founder and CEO of Sampler
Marie Chevrier is the founder and CEO of Sampler, a revolutionary sample-distribution app. She sat down for the following interview with LORI’s Stephen Friedrich at Montreal Startupfest 2016.
A First-Timer's Thoughts on Montreal Startupfest 2016
There’s something natural about “Firsts” being the theme of a startup convention. Startups are factories of firsts - first drafts, first investors, first sales. Startupfest 2016 took this spirit of firsts to heart, declaring “Firsts” to be the theme
7 Questions for Kate Gardiner, Cofounder of AVG and Executive Director of Theli.st
LORI.biz’s Stephen Friedrich sat down recently with Kate Gardiner at Montreal Startupfest 2016. Rather than have a conventional introduction, let’s let her to introduce herself:
Female Entrepreneurs and Their Rising Roles in Business
Silicon Valley is starting to see more women-owned businesses.
Why Your Male-Dominated Tech Startup Isn’t Sustainable (And How to Diversify)
If you want to break the mold of a traditional tech startup, start by giving women a reason to join your team.
What Startups Can Learn About Marketing From the Food and Beverage Industry
You don’t have to own a restaurant to know someone is a customer long before they step into your establishment and long after they leave.