SaaS Cloud Software Services and Their Investment Potential

Do SaaS cloud software services have good investment potential? One of the problems with cloud services is they tend to be paid monthly, as opposed to regular software packages that are paid up front. So what's the difference, and why should there be an issue with SaaS (Software as a Service) market? Let's find out. If you started a company offer...

Venture Capital Funding

This year has been one of booming enterprise for both start-up companies and the established venture capitals backing them. Major growth seen with the reintroduction of failed business ideas of the 90’s and 2000s, have returned this year make way for incredible success and big dollar turn overs. Popularity in the dot-com age has spread like wild f...

Excessive Seed Capital Can be a Burden for a Startup Company

Excessive seed capital can be almost as bad as none for a startup company. There are a number of reasons for this, some general and others specific. Let's start with some general common-sense arguments against too much startup funding first. Sure, it sounds great if you are looking for $1 million dollars in funding and are offered $10 million. Ma...

Silicon Valley or Silicon Alley: San Francisco or NYC for Startups?

Is it Silicon Valley or Silicon Alley for startups? Should you look to San Francisco or NYC for startup finance? The most famous area for startups is indisputably Silicon Valley – and San Francisco is the biggest city in the area. They no longer come with flowers in their hair - it's now the latest chips and other 'next great things.' It's no coin...

Defending Silicon Valley: Separating the Good Apples from the Bad

Sam Altman is a partner at Y Combinator. He also previously founded Loopt - a geosocial networking app, which allows people to share their location with their friends. He sold the company for $43.4 million. Sometimes you will catch him wearing a T-shirt that says, 'make things that people want'. If you ask him why outsiders have such a bad impressi...

Technical News: New Technology and Business Information

Google Deletes Nude Pics Google has announced the deletion of "tens of thousands" of celebrity nude photos. The photographs were deleted within hours of a request being made. The action was taken after a threat by Hollywood entertainment lawyer Mary Singer to sue. Photos had been published on social media sites such as YouTube, Google+ and Blogspot...

Due Diligence Made Easy

It is important for companies to follow due diligence while explaining investors what the business is about. Investors should be given a clear view and understanding of various company processes and operations before officiating capital. While some investors choose to make small investments to learn the mechanics of the entrepreneur better, vettin...

Jessica Alba Led Start Up Snaps up $70 million in Venture Capital Funding

Hollywood stars are stereotyped as actors and not as businessmen. Now that view is changing thanks to a crop of young actors who are getting involved in a slew of business activities including startups. A number of celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, Justin Bieber, Jared Leto have launched businesses or are at least supporting them. Leonardo DiCap...

The Venture Capital Bubble and Pension Fund Investment

Before discussing the projected Venture Capital bubble, let's first have a look at the relationship between private pension investment and VC. Venture capital is what the name suggests: it is a venture. It is invested capital that involves risk. It can pay big and lose big, and because of this it attracts certain types of investor. Pension funds ...

Should American Venture Capitalists Be Less Picky?

American venture capitalists appear reluctant to invest outside the United States. Deloitte's annual survey of worldwide venture capitalists has show year after year that Americans have least confidence in investing outside their own country: only 2.41% American venture capitalists showed confidence in investing outside the USA in the 2013 poll of ...