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As entrepreneurs, we have big dreams, and sometimes these big dreams require more funds than we have on our own. Fortunately, if we have a great idea, we can easily find investors. However, no matter how great our idea is, if we do some things incorrectly, we can ruin our chances of getting the funding we need. Many of the problems that keep us from those needed funds we cause ourselves can be prevented simply by thinking from an investor’s perspective. When our idea is our whole life, it is hard to do this; it helps to get someone else…


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The field of sustainability has been around for decades. The mantra “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” has been chanted since the first Earth day in 1970, and with few notable exceptions, the birth of sustainability in business started around Earth Day’s 20thanniversary in 1990. It was thought of to be a good thing for businesses to do in crafting an image, a marketing incentive for companies run by hippies like Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, and not a profitable revenue producer.

Starting with the Kyoto Protocol of 1997, the beginning of the millennium post the Y2K bug, and the internet bubble companies…


Why founders lie

We are lucky enough to live in a world where when an entrepreneur has a business idea, and they can find VC and angel investors who are willing to make a bet on them and their business idea and hopefully succeed. Sadly there is a problem that comes up, which hurts the entire world of investing and entrepreneurship. These are the half-truths that are told to investors to keep their worries at bay but suddenly snowball into an avalanche of lies that can hurt so many. …


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As we enter our second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, a few questions are raised. First is, when this pandemic will finally be over, and second, what will be the ultimate result on markets and the economy? The first of these is more difficult to answer as each nation’s government and its peoples are reacting differently to the widespread outbreaks, and will there be a reliable and trusted immunization in short enough time to be of use? …


Their stocks are up; what’s next?

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Many people are happy to see the end of 2020. With a contentious election concluded, the Dow reaching 30,000, and the news of a least two vaccines with over 90% effectiveness against the COVID-19 virus, these bits of news are a shimmer of hope to bring an end to a less than stellar year for most. Several companies have done well, even with these negative influences causing economic and political uncertainty. Most notably, teleconferencing software, like Zoom, supermarkets and food delivery, such as DoorDash, GrubHub and Uber Eats, as well as the big players…

Andrey Loginskiy

Founder of Strategic Advisory Services

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