Here are this week's best articles for investors and entrepreneurs.
Product Hunt co-founder Erik Torenberg declares the desperate need for a "Startup Support System", and why some of the industry's biggest names are coming on board.
There is limited attention towards the "middle-phase" of scaling your company, and Steve Blank breaks down why it's just as important to the success of your business, as well as how to go about it.
Andreesen Horowitz provides 16 common questions that founders ask about fundraising.
Alek Iksold, Managing Director at Techstars, explains the important of understanding your GMT: next goal, next milestone, and next task.
The WeWork blog provides often-overlooked steps to take after deciding to break up with a co-founder.
George Deeb, Managing Partner at Red Rocket Ventures, advises investors to look at the Four M's before investing in a startup: Market, Model, Management, and Momentum.
Marianne Hudson of the Angel Capital Association lauds the rise of small-town angel investing.
The research team at CB Insights lays out the data to support its claim that it's a good time to be a Venture Capitalist.
Former Andreessen Horowitz partner Sam Gerstenzang explains seven lessons he learned from being in venture capital.
Mark Suster of Upfront Ventures interviews the Managing Partner of SoftTech VC, Jeff Clavier, about the evolution of seed-stage VCs, the growth of Silicon Valley, and much more.