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Minnesota startups can get interest-free loans from a new $6.7 million state program.
Throughout history there have been groups of people who have formed innovations clusters. These clusters were comprised of people who hung out together, debated issues, held shows or symposiums, and cross promoted their events and efforts.
Early Salesforce.com and Dropbox employee Adam Gross shares a the basic tenants of product marketing he’s learned along the way.
Steve Blank at Startup Grind in 2013.
PCH International is not all that well known in the Bay Area. That could be about to change as this China-centric company opens a new base in San Francisco’s trendy design district to help startups go from product concept to production and delivery.
A hot new option, crowdfunding, has all kinds of people — entrepreneurs, small-business owners, inventors, investors, artists, speculators and crooks — excited.
Michael Margolis at Startup Lab workshop: User Research, Quick ‘n’ Dirty
Plain Vanilla Games, Maker Of Ultra-Hot Trivia App QuizUp
Plain Vanilla Games, the company behind ultra-hot trivia app QuizUp, has raised a $22 million Series B Round of financing.
This hysterical cartoon will make you smile if you have someone in your life with the Knack. If you do, be sure to give them an extra hug this evening.
Entrepreneurs who have been through the pitch process stress the importance of making a crisp presentation, sizing up competitors and knowing what kind of information the potential investors require.
This is an essential tool for every startup member. By a multipack and give one to each member of your team.
Every startup is unique, and it’s easy for entrepreneurs to feel a little confused when pricing their seed round.
Mark Zuckerberg lectures at Startup School 2013.
“The Venture Capital Reality Check”
Startups around the world are front and center at Fox Business, from the Czech Republic to Australia,
The Why and How Of Updating Your Angel Investors
The Elevator Pitch and Beyond: Don Dodge, Developer and Startup Advocate for Google, discusses how to make a successful pitch.
Zynga will pony up $1 million for the accelerator’s first year and provide mentorship with employees, including sharing insights on design, marketing and distribution.
A quick overview of four essentials for Startups: Customer Validation, Bootstrapping, Telling a Compelling Story, and the Pitch.
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