This Summer I’ve been reading some excellent books about entrepreneurship and investing in startups. I highly recommend these books to anyone who wants to start a company or anyone who aspires to invest in startups:
Next book on my list: Startup Communities: Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Your City
In the past two weeks I have continued my in-depth research into equity-based crowdfunding and I can tell you that my thoughts have actually developed somewhat from what they were initially. I am now convinced that crowdfunding is going to play a significant role in the world of early stage funding, despite all the risks opponents frequently point out. Here are two major reasons why:
Earlier this week I wrote that anyone who wants to share knowledge in one way or another is a potential reader of Graphene Ventures. This means I will actually be writing for a broader audience than I originally thought. So the question I am left with is: how can I make this blog more engaging and useful for everyone?
For the foreseeable future I’ve decided to focus less on the analysis of graphene companies and to put more emphasis on my own learning process. In this piece I’ll start by telling you about how I got interested in investing.