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A quick overview of four essentials for Startups: Customer Validation, Bootstrapping, Telling a Compelling Story, and the Pitch.
One of the key benefits of putting a B.O.D. and structure in place early on is that when it comes time to raise that next round, the people you’ll need the most help from are already involved and engaged.
SLoFIG Helps Food Entrepreneurs Finance Their Startups, If They Have a Solid Plan
Learn the differences between Bootstrapping, Equity Financing, and Debt Financing, in this concise startup financing primer.
An introduction to View Storage Accelerator, a caching feature that can reduce storage costs and improve performance in VMware View.
Startup, Loom, a photo-sharing startup Popset, which is working to build a better iCloud for both consumers and developers announced $1.4 million in seed funding to continue to build on its vision.
Since 2011, Chapman University has been part of an amazing international project called Startup Weekend. This is cynthia Kirkeby’s journey through it and beyond…
After that first Startup Weekend OC at Chapman University and three months of crazy work that landed us a place at the K5 Accelerator, amazing things ended up tying together….
A young startup has a Kickstarter project up with a tool to prevent these unwanted broadcasts. It’s called the iShutter and it’s an ingenious magnetic strip which allows Mac users to slide it over or off the camera on their screen without interrupting anything on their computer.
Read the eight things that ReelGenie’s founder wished he knew before starting his funding round.
Steve Case On Crowdfunding And Early Stage Startups
Jim Smith, managing partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures, gives his thoughts on why open standards in cloud computing are so critical to the startup community.
A humorous look at the companies that comprise the Entrepreneur Zoo by Entrepreneurfail
An Interview with Eric Koester and Steve Blank at Startup Grind Washington DC
Applying for an accelerator program is a major decision for any company in its early years. What are some of the pros and cons?
Minitrade.ca, a Quebec City-based online clothing consignment service, has announced a seed round of $650,000 from several investors
2 Mental Exercises For Battling “It Won’t Work” Syndrome
$1.2 million.of seed funding Hwang and his two co-founders got last week for their technology start-up, FiscalNote, which uses data-mining software and artificial intelligence to predict future government actions
36 of the Biggest Mistakes Startups Can Make
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