There’s no nice way to say this: when it comes to onboarding new employees, most early-stage startups are either inept or uninterested.
As the old saying goes, your people are your business' most important assets. And that's true for startups as well.
When your second-most important asset walks out the door (physical or virtual) every day, attracting and keeping that talent in-house is paramount.
If you have equity and are seeking liquidity, you are not alone. Getting liquidity for startup equity is an industrywide problem and has been for decades.
As the jobs market remains tight (mass layoffs and hiring freezes in tech aside), companies are laser-focused on retaining staff. One of the areas they’re investing in is upskilling, which aims
Coinbase, the third-largest crypto exchange by volume, has changed its tune on hiring amid a market downturn. “Heading into this year, we planned to triple the size of the company. Given current
A Boston-based venture fund, Flybridge Capital Partners, is ramping up its presence in New York City, bringing on WeWork Labs’ cofounder Jesse Middleton as a full-time General Partner. Known for its