In this episode, Kevin (Aaron is away attending a wedding in South Korea…supposedly) reviews Season 4, Episode 31: Intellectual Property and discusses the types of investors you will encounter in each stage of raising capital, how realistic a VC’s $200,000 seed investment really is, and the collaborative nature of VCs in Dallas. Read More
In this episode, Kevin and Aaron review Season 4, Episode 30: Terms of Service and discuss how CEOs should handle the spotlight, navigating relationships with ex co-founders, and terms of service and policy agreements. Read More
In this episode, Kevin and Aaron discuss when you can change company ownership, the important of product v. growth, board composition, and more. Read More
What valuable lessons for my business peeps out there looking to dive into live events. I hope you see that it takes a lot of work, but it can really pay off well beyond the event itself.
For the last podcast of the year, we talk about our favorite TechMill and community highlights of the year and what we’re looking forward to in 2017.
Kyle’s highlight list
* TechMill workshop series
* Open Denton / Open Data in Denton.
* Growth of startup/tech community in Denton.
* Bootstrap Denton 2016 was amazing.
* VR game demo by From the Future.
* New TechMill board members
David’s highlight list
* TechMill workshop series (teaching as well)
* Increase in use of technology in the city, increase in civic engagement
* Joining the TechMill board
Things we’re looking forward to in 2017
* Continuing TechMill workshop series with new topics
* TechMill community
Periscope stream of recording session: https://www.periscope.tv/w/1DXGyVQZvOdJM
Are you or people you know doing cool tech things in Denton that y’all would like to share? Or are there things you’d like to hear us talk about in addition to the interviews? Let us know!
Three Things is a podcast hosted by Vela Wood startup attorneys Kevin Vela and Aaron Terwey. They interview leaders in the startup and small business communities (founders, employees, investors, etc.) about three pieces of advice they would give to someone starting a business or launching a new endeavor. Read More
Kevin stopped by Collide Village, an accelerator based in McKinney, Texas, to talk to its current startup class about term sheets, valuation, convertible notes, and equity. If you’re a startup looking to raise capital, here is some of the basic … Read More