5 Mistakes Tech Entrepreneurs Make That Cost Them Equity
I’ve spoken with many entrepreneurs and one thing that keeps them up at night is the mistake that costs him or her equity. We’ve come across quite a few of these with our clients. Fortunately, with a little knowledge and foresight, you can avoid making them. Knowing what those mistakes are and how to fix them could be the difference between burnout and payout.
What I Learned as an Intern at Bond Andiola & Company, a Tech-Enabled Accounting Firm
Have you ever wondered how technology is currently changing the way businesses operate? Well, I have had the opportunity to experience this first-hand during my internship at Bond Andiola & Company (Flemington), a tech-enabled accounting firm that beats ordinary traditional accounting firms when it comes to bookkeeping, invoicing, etc.
How to Recharge Your Personal Online Brand in 2018
Today almost everyone involved in business—whether it’s in a career, as a business owner or in a volunteer capacity—understands the importance of having a digital “footprint” or an online brand in order to be taken seriously as a professional. While many of you already have an online presence, you might not be getting the most out of its potential networking power. Some, on the other hand, are at a loss for how to even get started.
Murphy Goes All in on Technology as Means to Rehab NJ Economy
Phil Murphy With a little more than a month to go before Gov.-elect Phil Murphy is sworn into office, the pace of his transition effort is beginning to ramp up. In recent weeks, Murphy has filled a number of key positions in his incoming administration, and now more than a dozen…
Sponsored Post: Issuer, Beware! The SEC (and Others) Are Carefully Watching ICOs
With the advent of blockchain technologies and related service companies, many startups are employing or examining a new way to raise capital: initial coin offerings (ICOs). Many of these ICOs are being conducted outside the scope of securities laws and regulations, relying on the presumption that the instruments being offered (referred to alternatively as coins or tokens) are not securities and, therefore, are not subject to the regulatory requirements applicable to securities offerings.