SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST: STARTUPS IN THE CRISIS
8th May 2020
We should be prepared to be punched several times. The key to success will be the ability to adapt to changing circumstances. A message from our CEO Nikhil Sinha.
LEAVING TECH CONFERENCES WITH A VC DEAL
1st March 2020
HOW I BUILT A CUSTOM REFERRAL SYSTEM
10th February 2020
PASSPORT WEEKLY: EVERYONE LOVES PINTEREST
The visual discovery engine recently wow'd Wall St. last week when they beat earnings and their stock price climbed roughly 10% in one day and to us, its not surprise either.
NEW ON GSV PASSPORT : STARTUP PITCHES
3rd December 2019
HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR FINANCES FOR YEAR END
19th November 2019
End-of-year preparations make tax time easier, ensure all your financial info for the current year is accurate and up to date, and let you start the next year out on the right foot
BURNING MORE THAN 100K A MONTH?
20th Oct 2019
Our friends at Brex took a look at all their customers spending data and revealed how much they burn. Brex found the average seed stage startup is burning just over $100K a month.
SAAS TOOLS THAT DO THE EXACT SAME THING
3rd October 2019
INNOVATION PERSPECTIVES WITH NIKHIL SINHA
18th September 2019
WHY BREX IS THE CREDIT CARD FOR STARTUPS
6th August 2019
DIGITIZING DOLLARS AND CENTS
1st July 2019
A NEW EXPERIENCE ECONOMY
13th June 2019
The megatrends that are most influential to the direction of new technology and its proliferation in the market.
ENTERPRISE CAN BETTER MONETIZE AR/VR
6th March 2019
Variety gave us some clues on Oculus’ future plans for the enterprise space. But why would it make sense for Oculus to focus on enterprise?
TRENDS SHAPING SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS
22nd Feb 2019
Today’s supply chain and logistics industry offers a long list of frustrating, inert problems that are begging to be solved.
MACRO VIEW ON THE STATE OF PLAY IN SCL
22nd Feb 2019
HOW SHATTERED DREAMS LEAD TO SUCCESS
6th July 2016
HOW RELATIONSHIPS DEEPLY IMPACT SUCCESS
31rst May 2016
SHAKING UP LATIN AMERICAS FINANCE INDUSTRY
12th April 2016
Andres Villaquiran left Colombia to attend MIT, joined a research group at the University’s nuclear reactor and quickly realized that it was not for him.