Three Things with Michael Walsh
August 29, 2018 | By Vela Wood
Three Things is a podcast where we interview leaders in the startup and small business communities about three pieces of advice they would give to someone starting a business or launching a new endeavor.
In this episode, Kevin interviews Michael Walsh, the founder of Cariloop. They discuss the difference between raising capital from private equity vs. traditional venture avenues, the sales cycle of B2B companies, the importance of establishing a culture, and asking for help from mentors and advisors. You can connect with Michael on Twitter @WalshMichaelR.
You can find definitions and explanations of terms used in this podcast on our site, VentureGlossary.com.
- Burn Rate
- Convertible Debt
- Family Office
- Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR)
- Private Equity
- Recurring Revenue
- Series AA Round
- Flipping Through PitchBook’s 1Q 2018 VC Valuations Report
- Keep Investors Updated
- Learning from “No”
- The Three Levels of Control Within an Organization
- Working With Developers
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