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Fourscore Client Downpour Interactive Sold to Facebook
Congratulations to Dante Buckley on selling his virtual reality startup to Facebook! We’ve enjoyed having a front row seat to watch Dante’s success with Downpour Interactive from the very beginning. Way to go, Dante!
Nextiles Revolutionizes Sports Data
We’re cheering on our client Nextiles and its founder George Sun as George introduces his company’s innovative smart thread technology to the sports and performance market! While an athlete wears a Nextile sleeve, sensors in the thread gather biometric and biomechanical data. The future implications of this technology are massive.
Flip Factory App Featured at Lenders Conference
Our clients presented their Flip Factory App on April 20 at the National Private Lenders Association’s annual Pitbull Conference. They spoke about the app –which connects investors, lenders, and general contractors who want to flip houses – during a technology panel at the conference, held in Miami.
Watch a segment of the panel.
Entrepreneur and Kwipped Founder Robert Preville Q&A
CEO Robert Preville, an engineer with serious entrepreneur credentials, shared nuggets of wisdom in his recent interview with Authority Magazine.
“I have seen a lot of founders prioritize the mechanics of business over the art of business. It’s easy to create an LLC, open a bank account, hire an employee or create a website. It’s not easy figuring out how to go to market or what you’re going to say on your first sales call.”
Read the full article.
Are Non-accredited Investors Really Off Limits?
In our latest blog post, we explore the nuances of working with non-accredited investors. Contrary to popular belief, partnering with non-accredited investors isn’t always a hard “no.”
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