Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
The Grumpy Entrepreneur: How (and Why) to Not Run Out of Cash
Entrepreneurs are passionate and adventurous. There are many times where that can be rewarding, but there are also times when the risk outweighs the reward. This TechWorld article reminds entrepreneurs of the pivotal moments in the life of a business and when to consider the alternatives before diving in to avoid making a decision that could cost everything.
Three Ways to Take Your Company Public Without a Traditional IPO
Thinking about going public? Recent failures have led many businesses to start seeking other routes for raising money. Take a look to see which advantages you may be missing out on when taking the traditional route to going public. This article from Medium highlights the different options and how they compare against a traditional IPO.
These are Countries Where Startup Funding Is Really Taking Off
It has only been 50 years since Silicon Valley started becoming the hub for startups. Now, people are looking to expand the entrepreneurial spirit to new cities. Check out this article by Crunchbase to see the countries where investments are really starting to pick up. You may be surprised (and you also may be inspired to make a move).
Europe Sets Out Plan to Boost Data Reuse and Regulate ‘High Risk’ AIs
AI has been a hot topic for the past few years, with growing excitement and anxiety of the potential AI could reach. Read this TechCrunch article to see how Europe is taking action and changing how it regulates AI and data. Europe is setting the example by appreciating what AI and data can provide to the tech community, while understanding the risks of developing such advanced technology.
What You Should Know Before Co-Founding a Startup With a Stranger
Sometimes fate can step in and introduce you to the person who will venture into the startup world by your side. This TNW article highlights key items to consider before making the commitment of starting a business with someone you don’t know.