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The Aurora Forge Is Launched by Industry Experts to Grow Seed-Stage Startups With Innovations To Help Solve the World’s Biggest Problems

With the exceeding emergence of innovators pioneering new solutions to influence world markets significantly, the creation and introduction of various disruptive technologies have caused constant advancement and fluctuations within multiple industries and markets. As these…

Supporting The American Economic Comeback, Industrial and Manufacturing Can Transform and Compete with 5G

Over two decades into the new millennium, the digitalization of American life is no longer striking; it is ordinary. Every industry relies on computing, cloud storage, or other digital equipment to sell goods and services,…

The Hopeful Future Of Carbon Trading (How The Very Rich Get Much Richer)

Carbon trading is part of the energy industry now. In a previous post, we introduced you to the concepts of carbon credits and cap-and-trade programs. The notion was conceived and birthed by the United Nations (UN)…

Financing the Future of Sustainable Energy: Innovative Financing for Innovative Technologies

There is a global trend towards green energy and mitigating the effects of fossil fuels on the environment. The U.S. is planning to rejoin the 2016 Paris climate agreement, pledging, along with 190 other countries,…

Why Venture Capital Doesn’t Scale Part 4: How VCs Make Money As Big Businesses Win The Pandemic

Welcome to the fourth article in my blog series about how VCs make money. So far, we’ve explored good investments and bad, and we’ve taken a close look at the unicorns and white whales (like the…

Why Venture Capital Doesn’t Scale Part 3: How VCs Get Rich, Regardless

In recent blogs, I mentioned that venture capitalists make a great deal of money, regardless of whether a startup succeeds or fails. (That’s why VCs can hop on an occasional train bound for utter disaster and…

Why Venture Capital Doesn’t Scale Part 2: Venture Capitalists Prop Up Organizations On Stilts Of Cash On A Wavering Shore

In a recent blog, I mentioned that venture capitalists prop up organizations with cash (sometimes even when they’re mediocre). I am not going to touch SPACs, the hyperbole of my recent statement. Some people feel…

Why Venture Capital Doesn’t Scale Part 1: Gone Hunting For Unicorns, They Found Moby Dick

Venture capital doesn’t scale, and I want to talk about why. Lately, it seems that startups in any sector — not just cleantech — are looking for massive funding and a provider’s promise not to…