Edu startups have a different set of problems that many other startup varieties. LearnLaunch is a specialty accelerator in the Boston area that is focusing on just the edu marketplace.
Manoj Bhargava will inspire you, and perhaps by inspiring a new generation of entrepreneurs, he will help lead us to a point where we solve the big problems the world faces, and enter a golden age of the human race.
Please join SCORE partners for a Twitter chat on holiday marketing…
M-Blocks are very cool little cubes that have a remarkable structural build capability, largely facilitated by a magnetic lattice in conjunction with an internal flywheel mechanism.
Silicon Valley has become enough of a hotbed of innovation that the USPTO has opened a Silicon Valley Regional Office right in the Valley (October 15, 2015).
Some fast-growing Boston tech companies are choosing to forgo chasing after venture capital. For those companies, doing so would simply distract from focusing on building the best product possible—and ultimately, they strive to achieve financial sustainability by way of their customers alone.
Your MVP is complete. Some seed funding is in the bank, or maybe even a Series A. You’re anxious to see if your product flies off the shelf. It’s time to make that first sales hire.
This is a big step. The right call can establish the rocket-ship revenue chart every founder dreams of. The wrong call can be bring down the company.
How to take one step forward when challenges hit you in business.
A special report on hardware trends for 2015.. a must read.
Admitting my bias since I’m a “designer and technology” Founder, I am enormously thrilled by the 2015 report on Design in Tech. According to this new report from John Maeda of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers: Silicon Valley, designer-lead companies are some of the most profitable and successful.
According to CrunchBase data, underthings startups have closed 22 venture rounds since 2013.. learn more…
Startup is the New Black, is a documentary film on startups in South Florida.
In this You Tube video, Steve Blank gives a lesson on what it takes for a high tech startup to survive and thrive in today’s high stakes world of technology.