By Kevin Stevens on April 16, 2018

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Today, Intelis Capital is excited to announce our seed investment in Wndyr ( \ ˈwən-dər \), a company providing operational clarity to businesses by helping them become more efficient with the tech stack they already have in place.

Socrates is credited with the quote "Wonder is the beginning of wisdom," and we believe wisdom is exactly what Wndyr will bring to companies who have trouble understanding how they use software. Below are just a few of the many reasons we are excited to welcome Wndyr to the team.

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By Kevin Stevens on March 22, 2018

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A few days ago, I published a post on the importance of setting up internal processes for fundraising. Part II focuses on identifying the correct potential firms, interacting with them during the process, and finally closing the deal. Let's jump in.

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By Kevin Stevens on March 22, 2018

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I’ve covered storytelling as a tool to help others emotionally engage with the business and displaying empathy for users via a heightened degree of customer knowledge. Here, I’ll cover more of the capital raising process itself and a few tips that should make things go a little more smoothly.

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By Jonathan Crowder on February 7, 2018

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Selecting a partner is one of the most important and difficult decisions most entrepreneurs make. But when that partner happens to be a venture capital firm, which brings money to the table but also likely requires some measure of control, the dynamics become even more complex. If you’re going to give up some equity on your cap table, you’d be well served by finding an investor who brings skills you couldn’t easily hire or outsource using a quick google search...

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By Kevin Stevens on January 16, 2018

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Last week I tweeted what I believe to be one of the best personal growth hacks for anyone looking to advance their career at an accelerated pace. Find a mentor that is 2-3 steps ahead, which is about 24-36 months, but on a similar career path.

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