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Brex is Off-boarding Tens of Thousands of Small Businesses, Not Startups

Protocol | Benjamin Pimental | Jun 17, 2022

Brex CEO Henrique - Brex is Off-boarding Tens of Thousands of Small Businesses, Not StartupsIt’s been a rough week for Brex co-CEO Henrique Dubugras as he dealt with the fallout from a business fumble.

Brex had sent emails to tens of thousands of small businesses, telling them that the financial services company would no longer be able to serve their needs. After expanding its business from tech startups to traditional small businesses, including mom-and-pop shops, Brex had decided to pull back to its original core customers sparking harsh criticisms online. “This Brex account closure sucks,” one Twitter post read.

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What prompted this decision?

  • There are tens of thousands of startups in the U.S. versus tens of millions of small businesses. The scale that that took was very, very big. We thought it was going to be fine; we'll just invest more to give them exceptional service.
  • At the same time, there was another effect that was happening. Our core customers, the startups, they were starting to grow. As they grew, they started having all these new needs. They’re like, “Look, we need you to solve these new needs that I have around spend management and global [expansion].”
  • What we realized was we couldn't do both at the same time. We couldn't serve millions of small businesses around the U.S. and create products for the needs of our best and growing companies.
  • Do we sacrifice experience for our core customer? Do we allow our best customers to leave because we're not serving their needs? Do we build more products for everyone? Do we double the workforce? What do we do?

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How many will be affected and what will SME customers have to do?

I would say that the amount of companies that we onboarded every month multiplied by 25.  It's definitely in the tens of thousands. So think of that and how that impacts a company.  Restaurants, retail shops, bakeries, florists, hairdressers, small design agencies. Small professional services, two-people design firms, things like that.  If you're affected, you'll "need to move your bank account to a different provider."

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Wilful Blindness Book Relaunch: How a network of narcos, tycoons and Chinese Communist Party agents infiltrated the West

MLI | Charles Burton | Jun 9, 2022

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On June 7, 2022, the Macdonald-Laurier Institute was pleased to host a book re-launch of Sam Cooper’s Wilful Blindness: How a network of narcos, tycoons and Chinese Communist Party agents infiltrated the West.

Opening remarks were delivered by MLI Senior Fellow Charles Burton; Dean Baxendale, Publisher at Optimum Publishing International; and Adam Chambers, Member of Parliament.

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A panel discussion followed, focusing on money laundering, transnational organized crime, and national security. The discussion, moderated by Senior Fellow Charles Burton, featured Sam Cooper, author of Wilful Blindness; Jessica Davis, President at Insight Threat Intelligence; and James Cohen, Executive Director at Transparency International Canada.

Members of the panel touched on the malign yet sophisticated influence of the Chinese government and its agents in Canada, and how the Canadian government has chosen to address those concerns. They also debated Canada’s approach to the problem of money laundering and whether or not enough has been done to counteract it.

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Meta to Start Testing NFTs on Instagram (Facebook and Other Apps To Follow)

Go Banking Rates | May 9, 2022

Meta rolls out NFTs to instagram - Meta to Start Testing NFTs on Instagram (Facebook and Other Apps To Follow)Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, tweeted that the company [Meta] will begin to test digital collectibles this week “with a handful of U.S. creators and collectors who will be able to share NFTs on Instagram.” He added that “there will be no fees associated with posting or sharing a digital collectible on IG.”

NFTs on Instagram will have a unique “shimmer” effect to differentiate them from traditional images and photos, and will be attributed to both the collector and the original creator, according to Decrypt. In addition, Instagram will add support for NFTs on blockchains including Ethereum, Solana, Flow and Polygon.

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Some experts, however, voiced their dissatisfaction with Meta’s foray into NFTs. Hugo Feiler, CEO and co-founder at blockchain network Minima, told GOBankingRates:

While NFTs are decentralized and have the associated benefits of being tamper-proof and accessible, it seems that this approach by Meta to integrate NFTs on various platforms is another sign of them not truly understanding the purpose of the underlying technology.  Blockchain wasn’t meant to be leveraged by a few powerful parties to increase stickiness of their platforms and therefore ad revenue. It’s a technology that, when used right, empowers individuals, from artists to art lovers and anything in-between.

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Mark Zuckerberg | May 9, 2022

[Zuckerberg] enjoyed talking to Tom Bilyeu about NFTs, web3 and the metaverse. This week we're starting to test digital collectibles on Instagram so creators and collectors can display their NFTs on their profile. Similar functionality is coming to Facebook soon, along with augmented reality NFTs on Instagram Stories via Spark AR so you can place digital art into physical spaces.


NCFA Jan 2018 resize - Meta to Start Testing NFTs on Instagram (Facebook and Other Apps To Follow)The National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association (NCFA Canada) is a financial innovation ecosystem that provides education, market intelligence, industry stewardship, networking and funding opportunities and services to thousands of community members and works closely with industry, government, partners and affiliates to create a vibrant and innovative fintech and funding industry in Canada. Decentralized and distributed, NCFA is engaged with global stakeholders and helps incubate projects and investment in fintech, alternative finance, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer finance, payments, digital assets and tokens, blockchain, cryptocurrency, regtech, and insurtech sectors. Join Canada's Fintech & Funding Community today FREE! Or become a contributing member and get perks. For more information, please visit: www.ncfacanada.org

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Board Diversity and Inclusion: 50-30 Challenge

Global Compact Network Canada | May 2, 2022

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Beginning of February 2022, the UN Global Compact Network Canada received funding through the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) as an Ecosystem Partner supporting the 50-30 Challenge. The 50-30 Challenge addresses the need to implement effective diversity and inclusion strategies to help organizations expand their talent pool, retain staff, and overcome skills gaps in a changing economy. Challenge participants have committed to the following representation goals for board and executive positions: 50% women and 30% diverse representation with particular attention on racialized people, Indigenous peoples, those with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQI2S+ community.

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As an Ecosystem Partner, the UN Global Compact Network Canada is implementing a three-year project to support organizations in meeting the 50-30 Challenge representation goals. This project is designed to provide all Canadian participants of the 50-30 Challenge with the tools, training, resources, knowledge and networking opportunities to achieve ambitious targets as well as foster greater capacity for diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in the future. To cultivate long-term growth, the UN Global Compact Network Canada will be employing a framework in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – specifically SDG 5 and SDG 10 – which focus on achieving gender equality and reducing inequality within and between countries.

This project builds on the 2018 amendments to the Canadian Business Corporation Act that requires distributing corporations to report on their boards and senior management.

Activities and Timeline

Beginning in February 2022, the UN Global Compact Network Canada’s project, “The Future is Equal: Enabling Ecosystems of Support in Canada” will run until March 2024, when the final project deliverables and resources will be made publicly available. The project is divided into the following phases and activities:

Phase I: Series of Capacity Building Workshops: Summer 2022 – December 2023
Phase II: Development of Case Studies: April 2023- October 2023
Phase III: Multi-stakeholder Event: March 2024

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Who can participate?

The 50-30 Challenge is open to large companies, small and medium enterprises, post-secondary institutions, not-for-profit organizations (including hospitals), charities and agencies boards and commissions. Access to the UN Global Compact Network Canada’s project activities will be available to all Challenge participants and organizations interested in learning about meeting representation targets.
For more information on the 50-30 Challenge, visit the 50-30 Challenge website.

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Twitter’s board adopts ‘poison pill’ as Elon Musk vows $0 salary for board

Reuters via Global News | Staff | Apr 18, 2022

Elon Muskmusk wants to buy twitter - Twitter's board adopts 'poison pill' as Elon Musk vows $0 salary for board took a swipe at the board of Twitter on Monday after the social media company adopted a “poison pill” to protect itself from the second-biggest shareholder’s US$43 billion cash buyout offer.

“Board salary will be $0 if my bid succeeds, so that’s ~$3M/year saved right there,” Musk tweeted in response to a user’s post criticizing the board.

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Musk, a self-described “free speech absolutist” who has been critical of Twitter’s policies, did not elaborate on the tweet. Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Continuing his tirade against the company, Musk had launched a poll on Thursday asking his 80 million followers if “taking Twitter private at US$54.20 should be up to shareholders, not the board,” to which a large majority responded “Yes.”

Meanwhile, in a series of tweet replies, co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey called out Twitter’s board on Saturday, saying:

“it’s consistently been the dysfunction of the company.”

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The Verge | Andrew Hawkins | Apr 16, 2022

Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter.  What you need to know

On Thursday, April 14th, Elon Musk announced an offer to buy Twitter for $54.20 a share.

The day after Musk announced his proposal to buy Twitter, the company’s board responded with a poison pill. This is basically the board’s way of saying, “Thanks, but no thanks.

The poison pill consists of a new “shareholder’s rights plan” to give certain shareholders the right to purchase more stock if Musk or another buyer attempts to seize control. And it signals that Twitter’s board intends to fight Musk’s bid to take sole ownership of the company.

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He hasn’t lined up the financing to buy Twitter and take it private. He is working with Morgan Stanley, but it’s anyone’s guess whether he’s actually listening to them. Musk himself said he may not win in the end. If he succeeds in pressuring Twitter to make the changes he wants, he may just retract his bid. All things are possible.

Twitter’s first all-hands meeting after Musk’s bid went public was a weird one. After serenading employees with Backstreet Boys and Aretha Franklin, the company said it would continue to evaluate the offer.

Employees told Alex Heath they were frustrated by the lack of a more detailed response.  They’re concerned about the future of the social media platform, as well as the possibility of layoffs.

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Facebook-like metaverse potential disaster says Second Life creator Philip Rosedale

Nikkei Asia | | Mar 18, 2022

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Philip Rosedale says technology is not yet ready for 3D immersive VR

TOKYO -- "Metaverse" has become a buzzword in tech, business and beyond since Mark Zuckerberg changed the name of his company from Facebook to Meta Platforms last October, signaling a new focus on creating a virtual world where people can "live" in the form of avatars.

But what is effectively a kind of metaverse has actually been available to consumers for nearly two decades -- ever since Linden Lab of San Francisco launched its Second Life platform in 2003.

Philip Rosedale, the inventor of Second Life and founder of Linden Lab, has a vision for the metaverse that contrasts sharply with Zuckerberg's plans. Now an adviser to Linden, he shared his views with Nikkei in a recent interview. Edited excerpts follow.

Q: How do you view Zuckerberg's version of the metaverse?

A: I have two observations. One is that we are not technologically ready yet for the 3D metaverse for virtual reality headsets. [The] technology does not yet exist. The second thing I would say, more specifically about Meta, is that the business model Facebook has historically used, based on a very sophisticated kind of advertising involving behavioral targeting with a lot of surveillance and personal data, is not a safe model to apply to the metaverse.

If you imagine putting people as avatars into a virtual world with that kind of surveillance and behavior modification going on, it would be extremely dangerous for everyone. In my opinion it simply cannot be allowed to happen.

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Second Life is proof, at least for a certain size of audience, that you do not have to rely on that kind of business model and that you can create a virtual world where people have privacy.

Second Life's business model is based on fees. There are two kinds of fees. One is, if you choose to own a piece of land in Second Life, which is about the size of Los Angeles, you have to pay a monthly fee of about $20 per acre. The second type of fee is charged, when you sell some virtual merchandise to other people, on listing and transactions. It is like a single-digit percentage of the value traded. Not as large as Apple's App Store.

And you know what? Second Life is making more annual revenue per active user than Facebook or YouTube does. That shows a metaverse does not require the Facebook-like business model. But if Meta chooses to apply the Facebook model to its metaverses, that would be a terrible thing, even an existential threat.

Q: What do you mean when you say that technology is not ready yet?

A: One thing that sets a metaverse apart from the conventional internet is that it always has other people there. When you go to a conventional website to do shopping or to read news, there is nobody else there with you. You cannot look to your left or right and see other people. In a metaverse, experiences that we would like to realize there, like a college classroom or a live music event, require us to enable hundreds or even thousands of people to be there near each other with sight and sound of each other. And that is very difficult technology.

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We at High Fidelity have worked on spatial audio for the last 10 years and today we can enable a couple of hundred people, or a little more than that, to share the same space with sound. But having a bunch of people visibly standing around at an event, looking interesting enough that you would want to walk up and talk to them, it is not technologically possible yet. There have to be advances in cloud computing, rendering and a number of other things to make that possible. I think it will happen in the next five years.

And VR headsets, they are more like 10 years away. Those are in a very early stage. Today they are very uncomfortable. Actually we do not have the scientific approach to fix the dizziness we feel when we wear the headsets. The problem is that any time you move in VR but your head or actual body is not moving, eventually it makes you sick. And it tends to make women somewhat sicker than men and that is a terrible problem if you are trying to create a social experience.

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Is your startup board in need of a shake-up?

Sifted | Aline Eibl | Sep 2020

startup boards - Is your startup board in need of a shake-up?Too few startups have independent board members — and that’s a big problem.

When I entered the startup world as an investor, I saw boards composed of founders, management and all-male investors. The topics on the table were only about money: figures, KPIs and growth. Where I expected a guiding light for diversity, ESG, values, purpose — you name it — there was money-talk. Even the corporate world left that behind years ago.

Investors are mostly capable and experienced people, but rarely do they meet the main criteria for a board member: relevant, diverse and independent. The best board members are strategically engaged but operationally and financially distant without a conflict of interests.

Independence: Zero

From Silicon Valley to Europe, independent board members remain an exception. An Australian survey showed that only a quarter of startups have independent directors. By definition, board members should have the company’s best interests at heart. But all too often, investors are thinking about their return on investment.

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Independent advice is critical — to deepen perspectives and find new ones, for conflict resolution and building bridges, mentoring and, most importantly, bringing in a set of diverse viewpoints.  Boards that bring in the right balance of expertise fill in gaps of knowledge and experience, offer access to global networks and can help founders build higher-performing startups.

Diversity: Get rid of your blind spots

Bringing diverse and independent opinions around a table has proven to be an effective remedy against biased and overly speedy decision making in the boardroom. Diversity is not only about gender, but goes far beyond, addressing age, ethnicity, background, experience, industry, sexual orientation and focus topics. On the majority of startup boards, diversity fails at the first point (despite this having an impact on financial performance).

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The “secret sauce” of a successful board process is reaching out for different opinions and exploring blind spots. Having a variety of voices around the table that reflect the company’s strategic goals, and a diverse range of customers and stakeholders is the only way to go.  Startups with professional boards have shown to be more resilient — and can be more attractive to VCs and private equity investors. Internally, professional boards add value by giving a vision and a purpose-value compass which helps attract and enthuse talent.

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