Technology and Life Sciences Blog

Blogs May 13, 2021 #ConversationsCan Inspire

We had the opportunity to speak with a number of successful entrepreneurs, and have aggregated the ‘words to live by’ they shared with us.

Blogs March 15, 2021 Start-Ups: Financing Options and Preparing for Due Diligence

A recap of a virtual roundtable designed to provide an opportunity for questions and answers for start-up business owners and those looking to acquire funding.

Blogs March 11, 2021 A Celebration of Black Women Founders at the NY Tech Meetup

The NY Tech Alliance held a virtual event, “A Celebration of Black Women Founders,” that featured six African-American female entrepreneurs and the tech-based companies they had founded.

Blogs January 14, 2021 A Virtual Hike Through Big Basin Vineyards—and Beyond

Technology and Life Science leaders hosted a virtual “Hike-and-Tell with Wine” to kick off this year’s J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference week.

Blogs October 01, 2020 Insights and Trends as Seen at TiEcon 2020

A recap of TiEcon 2020, focusing on AI/machine learning, security, blockchain, and digital health.

Blogs September 29, 2020 Recent SEC Announcements Facilitate Public and Private Company Funding

The SEC announced a pair of significant changes in the areas of direct listings and accredited investors that would expand companies’ access to funding.

Blogs September 29, 2020 Seven Key Scenario Planning Metrics for SaaS Companies

Seven important metrics that a SaaS company can use to plan for a variety of both expected and unexpected scenarios, one example being IPO preparation.

Blogs January 06, 2020 Capitalizing Software Companies 101: Funding Your Business

A primer on the pros and cons of different fundraising platforms for technology companies including debt, crowdfunding, angel investors, venture capital, private equity and capital markets. Includes some key questions to ask yourself prior to fundrai…

Blogs June 04, 2019 The Data Privacy Block in the Chain: Blockchains and Immutability

Blockchain will help in deciding how companies process and store the their data. The Technology industry and regulators need to work together to overcome “blocks in the chain” which will assist with the interests of consumers and society.