By Kevin Stevens on September 25, 2018

By now you’ve likely seen this week’s The Economist cover story entitled Peak Valley, which features quotes from Claire Haidar. Claire is CEO of WNDYR, an Intelis Capital portfolio company. The article highlights a mixture of outrageous costs-of-living, poor local government, and high operating costs as the catalysts behind an impending Silicon Valley collapse. We’re skeptical Silicon Valley is “over.” However, we do see its influence dwindling in the next few decades as a direct result of a technological invasion into new sectors that drive the economies of the regions most dependent on them.

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By Jonathan Crowder on August 20, 2018

For decades, GE was known as one of the world's most effectively managed companies. Their leadership training programs were the envy of most of the Fortune 500, and GE alumni could command a significant premium in the job market. Now it looks like those days are long gone...

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By Kevin Stevens on August 6, 2018

Pricing often gets overlooked in the foundational aspects of company building. Yet, when structured correctly, pricing strategy can create incentives that become powerful catalysts for early adoption and create extra margin over the long-term.

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By Jonathan Crowder on July 30, 2018

All successful companies experience a set of inflection points that dramatically impact the trajectory of growth. I'm excited to congratulate BioLum Sciences on reaching their next major inflection point, thanks to their announcement that they've been invited to join JLabs @ TMC.

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By Kevin Stevens on July 29, 2018

Employees have more information and choices than ever, the best talent will go where they are valued more on their impact than email output. On the other side of the coin, organizational efficiency drives the bottom line which is obviously a decision criteria for any company looking to onboard new software.

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