The #BUIDL Community Network is a global initiative supporting the projects and the people behind web3 technology.
Flux: A curated collection of content for developing inclusive teams.
ConsenSys has partnered with TriNet to obtain preferred pricing on payroll services for our portfolio companies. In addition to this, TriNet provides white glove service to all the companies in the ConsenSys Labs portfolio. Please work directly with Zahava Kahan, Head of People, if you’d also like to work with TriNet as your insurance and benefits provider.
Directors and Officers Insurance
ConsenSys has a strong relationship with Marsh, a Global Leader in Insurance Broking and Risk Management. If you’d like D&O Insurance for your company, please contact Tom Borgers and John Chard for an introduction.
Business Operations Basics (presentation by Labs + Mike Kriak)
ConsenSys has partnered with TriNet to obtain preferred pricing on payroll services for our portfolio companies through TriNet. If you choose not to use TriNet, please refer to the information below:
The price for payroll services for small business typically ranges from a $20 to $50 monthly base rate, plus an additional per-employee fee. Some services also guarantee that you won’t face any payroll tax fines or penalties. Other considerations to take into account are ease of use, customer service, and any industry-specific features / services you may require - depending on the nature of your firm. Other service providers include:
Gusto: Free demo of Gusto for one month, and afterwards it’s a flat rate of $39, plus $6 per employee per month.
ADP: One of the oldest and best-known names in payroll. ADP’s small business packages (designed for 1 to 49 employees), provides payroll and tax filing software, time and attendance tracking, benefits planning, insurance services, and more. Pricing quote can be obtained from ADP.
See this Series A Diligence Checklist for the documentation needed to raise Series A funding.
Radar: a platform to help the best crypto and blockchain startups get visibility with top investors in the space.
Create a list of prospective investors, with the following fields (at a minimum):
Typical Stage of investment (Seed, A, B, etc.)
Industry / focus (SaaS, Blockchain, Consumer, etc.)
Who knows them?
Typical check size
Feel free to use this Fundraising CRM template to track your target investor list
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Gary’s Guide: one of the best resources for discovering technology and startup related events, classes, workshops and jobs in New York City.