Proper Counsel Is Critical – Jason Meyers


Proper Counsel Is Critical

By Jason Meyers

I often urge young entrepreneurs and startups as well as small public companies to be sure that they retain proper counsel, especially for securities matters. Its kind of like having a five star general lead your battalion onto the battlefield. Remember; there’s a war on! The rapidly changing kaleidoscopic array of rules on the regulatory battlefield is littered with landmines of all kinds. Stepping on one is painful, if not lethal and sometimes triggers the detonation of others. Its expensive and counterproductive to have to surgically remove regulatory shrapnel, assuming your still alive.

// read more

The Case For Singapore – Jason Meyers – March 10, 2015

The Case for Singapore – Jason Meyers

The Republic of Singapore is 276 square miles. By comparison, it’s about 2/3 the size of New York City. As of 2014, its total population is almost 5.5 million. It is one of the most educated societies in the world. 90% of its residents own their own homes. The divorce rate is approximately 7%. There are also 10 females for every 9 males! // read more

Who Wins and Who Doesn’t – Jason Meyers

Who Wins and Who Doesn’t – Jason Meyers, March 8, 2015

What’s the difference between a company that succeeds and company that doesn’t? This is a question everyone wants to know. Is it strategy? Execution? Management? Proper funding? Planning? Market demand?

// read more

Jason Meyers – Tech Bubble Theory

Jason Meyers – Tech Bubble Theory – March 7, 2015

The escalation of noise about valuations of technology startups as compared to the 1999-2000 tech bubble is highly subjective and misguided. One must first examine the differences between what is now the subject of debate and the conditions that caused the precipitous decline in the value of technology startups 16 years ago. // read more