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Walking with Two Legs and Capital Efficiency

Walking with Two Legs and Capital Efficiency

Fig. From National Academy of Sciences  A few years ago, anthropologists identified Energy Efficiency as the main reason for the evolution to upright walking. The study suggested that humans walking on two legs only used one-quarter of the energy than that of the...

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B2B SaaS as an Asset Class

B2B SaaS as an Asset Class

B2B SaaS as an Asset Class: What Is It and What Founders Should Focus On Traditionally, there have been three main asset classes, groups of similar investments. These have been equities (stocks), fixed income (bonds), and cash equivalent (money market instruments)....

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Why Founders Need to Care about Capital Efficiency

Why Founders Need to Care about Capital Efficiency

Launching a successful startup isn’t about getting huge investments, sky-high valuations, or experiencing massive growth. It’s about sustainability.  As a founder, you can’t only be concerned with how your startup does this quarter or this year — you want to be...

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Guide Services – 5x the value in ½ the time

Guide Services – 5x the value in ½ the time

The value of our partnership comes from the decades of combined experience our team has in building enterprise software companies. This experience spans industry sectors, funding strategies, organizational strategies and more. With Guide Services, we bring 5x the...

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How Much is Enough?

How Much is Enough?

The silent plodding of human ambition is a constant. Some call it greed or avarice. Some hail it as the wind in the sails of capitalism. But whether it is moral or not is independent of its danger. It blinds us to what matters. Its amnesia-like influence hides the...

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