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Wallet Inflation versus Brand Resonance

November 14th, 2022 •

In October Bushman completed one of the bank’s regular quarterly reviews. Things are heating up, consumer demand is down, people are getting cautious about spending on surplus goods, banks are raising rates and fortifying themselves. The consumer market is either holding on by the skin of its teeth or is already down on last year.

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ICO or IKO

January 30th, 2019 •

Sometimes we come across a start-up, which in the past did, is doing, or is planning to do an ICO, or Initial Coin Offering. Simply put, an ICO means the company prints it’s own (digital) money and offers it to potential investors.

Wallet Inflation versus Brand Resonance

November 14th, 2022 •

In October Bushman completed one of the bank’s regular quarterly reviews. Things are heating up, consumer demand is down, people are getting cautious about spending on surplus goods, banks are raising rates and fortifying themselves. The consumer market is either holding on by the skin of its teeth or is already down on last year.

Take care, people!

April 6th, 2022 •

Well-being is becoming more and more frequently discussed. It is a new trend!

The Valuation Trap – Part 1: Liquidation Preference

December 7th, 2018 •

Valuation. The magic word supposedly related to the current price tag of a company. Is it so, though?

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You’re on your own

August 3rd, 2022 •

I didn’t get it before either. I had an investor, a co-shareholder, a partner in my company. I put everything I had to the company. All my time, all my money. I pledged my house, gave up my salary. But in hard times, it was not enough. I went to my investor, and I expected them to provide some much-needed money, because he had the cash. And he surely wants to save his previous investment, right?

Take care, people!

April 6th, 2022 •

Well-being is becoming more and more frequently discussed. It is a new trend!

Contracts

August 10th, 2021 •

Nobody likes to read contracts (except myself, but other people have weird hobbies too, right? … someone keeps poisonous spiders, I read contracts). Tens of pages of boring text and contrived sentences, written in a language few understand.

Why startups fail

August 3rd, 2021 •

Every day, hundreds, if not thousands of startups, are founded. Most of them won’t make it into a real company. Often not because there was not a good idea at the beginning or the customers did not want to buy the product or service. The reasons are often quite prosaic.

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