Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·August 19, 2014·1 min read·1 viewThe Daily Dig for Tuesday, August 19 ShareTweetShareSubmit Where art thou, next Lending Club? The next Lending Club could emerge in the world of private equity investing. Here are some traits it will need to have in order to be a success, courtesy of Ryan Caldbeck. How to get the most out of a mentoring relationship The key to maximizing a mentor/understudy relationship is to remember the relationship is not a zero sum proposition, writes Bert Gervais. Startups get innovative with employee perks Free workouts and creative transportation subsidies are among the perks Bay Area startups use to add value to the work experience. Josh Lipton reports. Tips on how to secure a Fortune 100 partnership for your startup Ryan Shank has done it. Now he tells you how to do it. Aussie tax laws could inhibit tech startups Opaque tax regulations and the need “to review every case individually” may dissuade Australian tech companies from using crowdfunding. Andrew Colley explains.See alsoMay 29, 2015China securities regulator says to keep contact with global index companies Excessive regulation threatens to kill nascent German crowdfunding industry A number of regulations proposed by German legislators could kill the German equity crowdfunding industry before it truly gets off the ground. Sound familiar? JD Alois has the details. Hubbub focuses on post-secondary crowdfunding Tuition, research, pretty much anything related to university life save for keggers, is fair game for posting on Hubbub. The site has just completed a successful equity raise on Crowdcube. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!