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Introducing Network Search for FundersClub founders

Today, we’re proud to announce the next iteration of the value-add pillar of our online VC platform with the rollout of Network Search, available to all FundersClub founders. The product expands the rolodex of a founder by orders of magnitude, giving them superpowers in securing warm introductions for building and scaling their startups. It is made possible by the FundersClub network.

Taming A Massive Market Through an API with Shippo’s Laura Behrens Wu

Laura Behrens Wu co-founded Shippo with Simon Kreuz. The platform provides businesses with an API to ship anything, anywhere while optimizing on costs and speed. It was one of the first solutions providing a modern API across all of the disparate shipping options available to ecommerce companies. The company recently...

Landing Your Dream Job When You Least Expect It

Conversation with David Handel on founding multiple tech startups after retiring from a 30 year radiology practice.

Startup Investors Guide: Angel Investing Etiquette

Startup investing etiquette can confuse even the most thoughtful of investors. Here's our guide on how investors can build a reputation based on fairness and proper understanding of ground rules within the angel investing space.

Building a Worldwide Network of Employees and Contributors with Sid Sijbrandij, CEO and Co-founder at

GitLab has taken an unconventional route to its success in a number of ways. FC's Chris Steiner and GitLab CEO and co-founder Sid Sijbrandij chat about GitLab's unique path.

What The Marine Corps and Startup Investing Have In Common

Member Spotlight: Landon Thorne, an investor with Greylock and FundersClub

Founder's Guide to Interviewing Engineers

Recruiting good engineers can be difficult. We've tapped our own experience, and talked to dozens of founders about best practices when recruiting technical talent.

Playing with LEGOs to Building Industry-Leading Products, with Ayush Agarwal

Q&A with Ayush Agarwal on his journey from playing with LEGOs as a child, to building user-focused products at Facebook, Google, and more.

International Cities with Venture Capital Momentum, and Emerging Hubs

In 2015, international cities garnered more than 40% of places venture capital. This funding is going to big-name cities like London and Beijing – but other up-and-coming tech hubs are nosing their way into the mix as well.

International Venture Capital Will Soon Pass That Of United States

During the heady days of the tech bubble in the late 1990s and the early 2000s, venture capital was a decidedly American institution. Its existence and placement was thin outside of California, and nearly nonexistent outside of the United States. It remained that way for years. But during the last...

Founder's Guide to All-Hands Meetings

All-hands meetings are necessary. For the rare startup that doesn't regularly have them: change that.

Founder's Guide to Automation

Every startup piles up many repetitive tasks that must be completed on a regular basis. Automating some of these tasks can save time and drive efficiency.