Steve Jobs _ Apple

Steve Jobs and Tim Cook: The Pair that Makes Apple Successful

By Robert Steven Kramarz / July 23, 2015

Steve Jobs and Tim Cook: The Pair that Makes Apple Successful Belsky is busy recently promoting his latest book, Making Ideas Happen. Quoting Wired Magazine, July 26, 2011, “In the book he argues that ideas for new businesses or solutions to problems are common, but great execution is rare. He emphasises the need for organisation and strategic […]

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Team Building for Scientists, Inventors and Innovators

10 Keys – Team Building for Scientists, Inventors and Innovators

By Robert Steven Kramarz / June 23, 2015

10 Keys – Team Building for Scientists, Inventors and Innovators How powerful is team building? “A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.” — Mahatma Gandhi In a recent post I discoursed at length on the importance of explosive action and how to trigger it, in […]

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Revenue Royalties – The Easiest Way to Fund Most Young Companies

By Robert Steven Kramarz / May 23, 2015

Revenue Royalties – The Easiest Way to Fund Most Young Companies As an investor, it’s become apparent there are major drawbacks to two of the common means of funding young companies: selling ownership rights (C-corp stock or LLC membership) and issuing a note (convertible or not) — i.e. borrowing money from investors. The good news […]

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VC funding

10 Steps to Angel and VC Funding in Uncertain Times

By Robert Steven Kramarz / November 23, 2014

10 Steps to Angel and VC Funding in Uncertain Times Naturally, when there is a lot of uncertainty about the economy, some investors hold more capital in reserve and others focus on less risky investments.  So less cash is available for risky investing like angel investments and VC funding.  That explains why it’s been more […]

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