Averill Dickson has worked variously with FKA's Angels and portfolio companies. Following discussions with Heath, Tim W and Rudi, she has now settled on 10 colours for her angel wings. She'd be a great fit, not always a colour match.
If anyone knows any reasons why Averill should not join the ranks of FKA. then raise your concerns in confidence with the FKA Board.
The Dumb Money guys did this video back in March 2019 discussing two of their investments, FKA's #03 portfolio company Aisleworx and the now infamous WeWork. Rudi is the investor rep and chair of Aisleworx and reports that things are going well in contrast to WeWork.
Smart money is coming from two Kiwi funds that have been announced this week. Both are looking to syndicate with FKA to double the money and smarts. Read more on Movac and more on Pacific Channel.
Smart investors syndicate!
Angel Fashion this week. Josh self-confessedly knows little about digital marketing but dresses the part now that he is with aptly named The Attention Agency. At the other end of the spectrum Rudi and Lawrence dress for the occasion - boating on Whangārei Harbour.
With the ascend of Averill, we may have Angel Hair Fashion soon?
NBR's Shoeshine Series shines a light on NZ CEOs that might do better shoe shining. This one is about Photonic, Powerhouse and NZGCP.
500 Startups looked into the disproportionately negative effects of coronavirus on female and minority founders. Here the survey results.
Ever wondered how much ARR a customer success manager can manage? This article has some facts and figures. See here.
Useful Go-To-Market benchmarking from Tomasz Tunguz and the team at Redpoint Ventures. Check it out!
Brian Dawson is running ADI for AIM in Blenheim. He is also convening the Biz Break sessions for the Business Trust Marlborough. They are not just talking about viticulture, next Thursday is Moving Bra Fitting Online.
Change is not easy! The non-Swedish reader can refer to Hög…ertr…mlä… as H-Day. This was the day when the Swedish government decided to switch from driving on the left lane to the right. This was to ease the transition when commuting from Sweden to all of its neighbouring countries which drove on the right lane. On H-Day and the following weeks, traffic was practically at a standstill.