Most startups begin with 'Friends & Family' (F&F) money. It's supposedly the easiest money to raise. Why? You have an existing
Here are some investor update templates you or your startup can use. You'll find that these emails mostly cover the same four to five points: thank yous to those who helped; issues or problems faced; big or small wins; product, metrics, team or finance update; and request for help.
Two interesting reports surfaced this week that shed more light on the state of American higher education.
Just three months after raising an enormous sum of money from investors, Uber is at it again.
Have you ever heard anyone say arts education is a bad idea? Then why can't we make sure every child, especially those from poor neighborhoods, has access to it?
As the saying goes, it's déjà vu all over again. This weekend I received two letters from the New York City-based ASPCA. The letters were identical, although they came with different envelope stuffers. Why does this seem familiar?
Earlier this month Harvard University announced a $400 million donation to its engineering college, as part of a $6.5 billion fundraising goal for its comprehensive campaign.
This interweaving of people from different walks of life enhances the work we do and helps to prove that the barriers so many people with learning disabilities face in society can be overcome.
That's a question I would have asked as recently as early November of this past year. Unfortunately, I am now all too familiar with what it is. I have 26 year old fraternal twin daughters who were just diagnosed with this devastating genetic disorder. My husband and I were unsuspecting carriers of a recessive gene.
Believe Me is a movie difficult to categorize. On one hand it appears to be a faith based film while on the other it seems to be a satire of the Christian community. Straddling both genres makes it ineffective in both.