A Start-up to Help Start-ups Die a Better Death
So when a start-up hits the wall, it’s usually a pretty fast death as people run for the doors. And they run for the doors because they think all value has vaporized, they need a paying job, and while it’s okay to have been associated with a failed start-up, there is a stigma attached to hanging around the carcass too long. But there is usually value in the fast sinking ship: the people themselves, their ideas, their teamwork, their connections, and, of course, their IP. So this guy at ExitRound is trying to develop a way to effectively broker the remains. Kind of interesting.