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Epica International, Inc. Announces U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for its Multi-modality, Mobile Computed Tomography Imaging Platform, SeeFactorCT3™
Epica talks about Vimago
Fatsack Outdoors Receives SC Launch Investment
SC Launch, Inc. Invests in Fatsack Outdoors
Feb 26, 2019: Fatsack Outdoors, a Greenville-based IT company, recently received a $200,000 SC Launch, Inc. investment.
This is the first investment for the company that was accepted into SCRA’s entrepreneurial program, SC Launch, in August 2016.
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Trump Signs Measure to Repeal Medical Device Tax
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December 23, 2019: MDDIonline, Omar Ford:
"The medtech industry is now in the clear to move past one of the biggest issues it has faced in recent years. The proposed 2.3% tax on medical device sales have been eliminated because of a new federal spending package signed into law by President Trump late last week."
Benefits Of Ostrich Meat:
Why The World Is Ditching Beef And Chicken For It!
Parhlo Article ByJawad Minhas
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The Benefits of the Small Business Audit Correction Act
The number of broker-dealers in the U.S. declined by 29 percent between 2003 and 2017. Over the same period, the size of the economy (as measured by real, inflation-adjusted gross domestic product) grew by 29 percent.
This matters because it leads to greater concentration and less competition in the financial services industry. But it also matters because the small-broker dealers leaving the industry help entrepreneurs raise capital. These entrepreneurs are the source of a large share of the innovation, dynamism, and job creation in the economy.
Don't Over-Optimize Fundraising
"Many founders approach fundraising as they would a math problem. They think that there’s a single correct answer. This usually leads to over-optimization, which is a mistake. Optimization presumes that incremental changes improve fundraising and/or company outcomes. It does not.
Because fundraising is never the deciding factor in the success of a company, founders should instead look to use a regret minimization function when fundraising."
Read the article by Aaron Harris HERE
Unicorns Distract Us From a Graveyard; Venture Capital Article
"Venture capital’s reliance on unicorns provides cover for the huge failure rate of startups, and investors make no effort to reduce it.
Venture investing is fundamentally uncertain. You’re making big bets on people, ideas, and markets that might never work out, and there are more ways to fail than succeed. As a result, investing has to take into account the likely failure of many efforts."
Read the entire article from Medium Venture Capital, by Luke Kanies HERE.