Founder Collective is a seed-stage VC fund that has invested in companies like Uber, Buzzfeed, MakerBot, HotelTonight, SeatGeek, and PillPack. Collective Wisdom is a podcast designed to highlight the unique attributes that make exceptional companies, well, exceptional. Each episode provides strategies and tactics you can apply to your startup or job.
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Investing is intimidating. With so many articles out there and such confusing terminology, even experts don’t always know what is best for their own portfolios. That’s exactly why Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson founded Stash in 2015. Continue reading “Start Investing With As Little As $5 On Stash”
This week on Random Reads, check out The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. Continue reading “Launching Products The Lean Way”
Looking for a FinTech job in the DC Metro Area? Look no further. Here are 13 companies looking for your talents right now! Continue reading “Who’s Hiring FinTech Talent In Washington, DC?”
Tired of waiting to get the bartender’s attention when you’re trying to close out your tab? Or even worse, hate waking up in the morning after a late night out, only to discover that you accidentally left your credit card at the bar?
So is the team at Rooam, the app that lets you to take control of your night by opening, paying, and closing your tab directly from your mobile phone. Continue reading “Never Worry About Leaving Your Credit Card At The Bar Again With Rooam”
Picking stocks and chasing market fluctuations may be exciting, but when it comes to long-term investing, you can’t expect to outperform the market. Even Warren Buffet agrees, stating in his annual letter to shareholders that “when trillions of dollars are managed by Wall Streeters charging high fees, it will usually be the managers who reap outsized profits, not the clients.” Continue reading “Wealthfront Automates Your Financial Planning and Investing”
In 1993, Stanford Engineering lecturer Tom Kosnik invited a startup founder to Stanford University to discuss his entrepreneurial journey with a small group of Stanford students. Over the next 20 years this simple, yet powerful, experience grew into an official Management Science & Engineering course for thousands of Stanford students, and a popular series for hundreds of thousands of students, faculty and aspiring entrepreneurs around the world. Continue reading “How Jack Dorsey Built One Of The Greatest Payments Companies Ever”