Playbook

The startup landscape for technology companies has evolved rapidly over the past few decades, giving rise to well-established playbooks for venture capital (VC) and private equity (PE) funding.

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In a recent virtual interview, Ingrid Alongi, general partner at Stage and founding member of the Stage Fund, spoke about working with Stage’s portfolio companies, her background in the services industry, and how Stage is positioned to fill an urgent need in the current market.

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The correction in the generative AI market presents a compelling opportunity for us and the investors we work with.

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In a recent virtual interview, Mark Fetcenko, managing director at Stage Restructuring, talked about his background in the industry, how he got started with Stage, and what makes Stage unique in the restructuring space.

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In a recent virtual interview, Stage Founder Dan Frydenlund talked about the strategies and guiding values that make Stage unique. He also gave his perspective on the current moment and what he’s excited about for the future.

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Private equity has come a long way from its origins as a niche investment strategy, becoming a major generator of wealth for markets around the world and outpacing public markets in terms of capital raised for over a decade.

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It’s no secret that venture funding is fiercely competitive. It rewards the outliers, the “unicorns,” at the expense of the many solid startups in the middle—startups that show exceptional promise and could create value for the world if only given the chance.

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The new Barbie movie may be unapologetically pink and outlandish. But it’s also full of insightful social commentary and nuanced reflection on the iconic brand.

Insights 0000 Is It Time To Fire The Founding Ceo

Considering what is best for customers, employees & shareholders Key Points:Investors must ask themselves, what does the company need right now to survive, and does the CEO have both the skillset and fortitude to do what it takes?The founding CEO is not always the right person to continue leading the company, the company will survive.As … Read more

Insights 0003 How To Cut To Breakeven

A practical 5-step guide for founders & CEOs As founders, we all want to grow to breakeven by achieving scale, but sometimes that’s not possible. If you’re running out of cash and you need to buy your company more time, sometimes your only option is to cut your way to breakeven. This is a practical … Read more

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