Category: urban venture capital
No Fear Capitalism
In order to be successful in venture capitalism, you have to be willing to take risks. You have to be willing to put your money behind new and unproven ideas. But too often, venture capitalists are so afraid of failing that they choose to invest only in safe, conservative bets. This lack of risk-taking is…
From Micro to Macro – The Story of the REPUBLIK dao
The REPUBLIK dao wanted to create a space where everyone had a say and could have an impact on the future. To do this, they built a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization). This allowed them to fundraise and invest in projects without any central authority.
African Americans & Access to Venture Capital
African Americans have always been underrepresented in the tech industry. In recent years, there have been several initiatives aimed at increasing the number of African Americans in tech. However, one major barrier to success for African American entrepreneurs in the tech industry is access to venture capital.
E-Commerce In Emerging Markets
It’s no secret that e-commerce is on the rise. In developed countries, online shopping has already become the norm, with customers spending billions of dollars annually on everything from groceries to clothes to electronics. But what about emerging markets? Is e-commerce starting to take hold there as well?
Micro Venture Capital is Perfect for Urban Markets
Creating economic opportunities in urban centers has been a subject of great interest lately. Micro venture capital is the perfect opportunity to create entrepreneurship opportunities in these areas. Here’s why: