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"The Biggest Trends in Angel Investing" - Alida Miranda-Wolff of Hyde Park Angels analyzes the latest Halo Report and discusses location, deal size and Industries.
"Derivative Entrepreneurs or Calculus Entrepreneurship" - Jeff Carter of West Loop Ventures looks at how an entrepreneurs idea can determine success in tough markets.
"Bad Terms" - Aaron Harris of Y Combinator goes through the various terms that can turn a good deal into a bad deal, and then discusses how to avoid them.
"Startups: You Need to Make Sales a Priority" - Troy Henikoff of TechStars reminds founders of the importance of making sales and retaining customers.
"Hoover Dam 2016" - Eric Lefkofsky of Groupon looks at how to approach a task as a startup and compares it to the inefficiencies of the government.
"Andrew Chen on the state of growth hacking" - Justin Megahan of Mixpanel chats with Andrew Chen of Uber about “growth hacking,” where it came from, and why it is important to focus on the product first.
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