It seems like everyone is talking about burn rates this week. Several high-profile VCs have sounded the alarm (starting with Bill Gurley in the WSJ and then with Marc Andreessen going on one of his now patented “tweet storms”). While all of those guys have addressed some very real concerns (namely, that when the market […]
Most entrepreneurs will agree that there are a few consistent pain points in trying to navigate the fundraising process. While raising operating capital is often a necessary step in building and growing a business, the most common frustration amongst entrepreneurs’ stems from the time and resources they sacrifice engaging in conversations with VCs that […]
At OpenView, we focus exclusively on B2B software companies at the expansion stage. But what does that mean, specifically?
There are six natural startup advantages you have over larger, entrenched competitors. When leveraged along with a true sense of urgency, they can help you achieve explosive growth.
In this week’s edition of the Founder’s Corner, Will Critchlow, co-founder and CEO of Distilled shares his thoughts on why he created the company when he did, which mistakes he’d correct if given the chance, how SEO will continue to evolve, and more.
Being CEO at a startup or expansion-stage tech company can be a solitary position. Here are five tips to help CEOs find support and make their jobs easier.
WordStream founder and CTO Larry Kim shares his thoughts on what it means to be a technical founder, his tips for working with one, his philosophies on recruiting and product development, and more.
Learn more about OpenView’s newest Talent Specialist Rose O’Connell, what brought her to OpenView, and her passion for recruitment.
To get the full story behind what made Twitch such a hot acquisition target, you have to go back to the launch of Justin.tv in 2007, the same year Netflix released its streaming video service to the world.
When it comes to working with our portfolio companies, there are two primary ways that the OpenView Labs Team can help: with major projects and minor projects.