The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed huge gaps in access to healthcare, especially in marginalized communities. Could healthcare tech startups be a potential solution to the holes within the U.S. healthcare system? This article examines the opportunities and challenges that these startups face in navigating the complex healthcare landscape.
Many college students and adults want to start their own company as they think they have the next million dollar idea. However, only a few of those entrepreneurs actually succeed while many others go bankrupt. In this article, I will discuss what I believe to be the most important characteristics of a successful startup.
To say that my AP Economics teacher had a credit card dedicated to burritos when he was in college is slightly misleading. While it’s true that he solely bought burritos on that credit card, the object of his purchase was arbitrary. Whether he bought burritos or tacos, either way my AP Economics teacher would have learned good borrowing practices and bolstered his credit score through the process of borrowing money and paying it back.
Israel, a small nation of less than 10 million people tucked in the western corner of the Middle East, has both the most venture capital per capita and the most startups per capita out of any other country in the world, thus being dubbed “the Startup Nation.” Their culture of ingenuity, adeptness at recognizing and developing talent, and emphasis on tech can all be attributed to their success in startups. However, these traits did not emerge in a vacuum.