To kick off our series addressing some of the most common mistakes people make when developing their professional relationships, we figured we’d start with a cardinal sin of networking: meeting someone and then never following up.
Best practices for driving M&A deal flow through your network, including who to target as great sources of deal flow, how to find said targets and how to grow those professional relationships.
An exploration of the potential good and bad scenarios of living in an automation-first world, and how to ensure technology makes our relationships richer.
There are many reasons that we’ve come to believe dependencies hinder effective development, and this article will explore these points in detail, providing our perspective on why we think they make a compelling case for not using dependencies.
Intern Emily Wong shares her 4Degrees experience: ‘While I enjoyed working on coding projects and learning new techniques, the most valuable takeaway came from observing the leadership and teamwork within the company.’
Laurel Woerner of RRE Ventures discusses strength in history, allowing space for magic to happen, and what’s missing in the VC industry.
We sat down with Kelley Mak of Work-Bench as part of our interview series to learn how top VC’s go about building their strongest assets: their professional networks.
For the third part in our VC networking interview series, we sat down with Devon Leichtman of Origin Ventures to explore serving portfolio companies at scale and focusing on talent.