Monthly Archives: May 2019

Exploring Personal Boards

ll companies have a board of directors, a group of individuals who represent the interests of shareholders in the company. This board is tasked with making strategic business decisions, ensuring that the company is properly managed, and making the final … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on “Human Capital”

Over the last few years we have seen a number of ambitious projects that look to improve access to opportunity, and help people achieve their full potential. Lambda School is offering a high-quality education in computer science, financed by a … Continue reading

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Request for ISA Startups

In the U.S., student debt has surpassed $1.5 trillion, which is higher than credit card debt. Naturally, students are looking for alternative ways to finance their education which allow them to focus on learning, rather than the burdens associated with … Continue reading

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Startup Barriers

Ten years ago, it was very difficult to start a business. If you wanted to bring your idea to fruition, there would be massive barriers to overcome — incorporation, seeking tax advice, learning about business management, et cetera. Many of … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Microgrant

What is the most effective way of distributing wealth to ambitious people who have a vision for the world, but need some extra capital to achieve their goals? I have been thinking about this question a lot, especially considering I … Continue reading

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Heartland Talent Visas

Heartland Talent Visas One of the most common pieces of advice that I have heard over the last few months has been that venturing forth to San Francisco would allow me to access new pools of knowledge and open me … Continue reading

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