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A milspouse-run company is the exemplar for remote work

When Erica McMannes began creating remote teams of employees, she had just moved to California with her spouse, an active duty service member. McMannes was able to secure a job with a Silicon Valley startup who needed an “in” with the military community at bases around the country. 


Instant Teams Ranks No. 208 on the 2022 Inc. 5000 Annual List

Today, Inc. revealed that Instant Teams is No. 208 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing companies in America. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful privately owned businesses.


Foley Hoag Represents Shift5 in $50M Series B Funding Round

Foley Hoag LLP represented Shift5, the OT cybersecurity company that defends military platforms and critical transportation systems from cyberattacks, in raising $50 million in a Series B round led by Insight Partners.

Startup founders, get the most out of your investor updates with this checklist

Squadra Ventures COO Margaret Roth Falzon offers tactical tips and pro moves to keep your investors engaged while keeping them in the loop.

The CEO of Arlington’s Shift5 has big plans for $50M in funding

Arlington’s Shift5 Inc. says it’s seen new demand in the relatively niche area of protecting transportation and military systems from cyberattacks.

Money Moves: Shift5 just landed a $50M Series B, mere months after the fast-growing cyber firm’s Series A

Shift5, the Arlington, Virginia-based cybersecurity firm for military platforms and critical transportation systems, just inked a $50 million Series B deal.

Power Moves: Margaret Roth Falzon is now COO at Squadra Ventures

Margaret Roth Falzon has been promoted to chief operating officer of Baltimore venture capital firm Squadra Ventures. She was formally director of portfolio operations at the small but mighty early-stage fund and goes from managing a team of two to a team of seven.

Chicago firm partners with CommonWell to tackle health disparities via data exchange

CareAdvisors, a Chicago-based health technology firm, introduced what it’s calling an “equity information exchange” this past week, aimed at enabling network partners to share medical and social data about vulnerable patients.  

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