There’s a massive amount available on the interwebs on how to improve the odds for success in new ventures.
Remember your first business loan? Or, if you're like many entrepreneurs, you may have initially bootstrapped your startup by buying some stuff on your credit card.
After the week we've had in Boston this week, I found it hard to focus on any overly heavy work this weekend.
After spending a significant portion of the last couple of years talking and collaborating with countless entrepreneurs (through FounderDating) a few clear themes have emerged around partnering with cofounders.
A couple of weeks ago, HubSpot shared our culture code deck (http://CultureCode.
This is a guest post by Dan Milstein (@danmil), co-founder of Hut 8 Labs.
Ben Yoskovitz is the co-author of Lean Analytics, a new book on how to use analytics successfully in your business.
If someone had told me a few months ago that I'd be spending more hours in PowerPoint than PyCharm (an IDE for programming in Python) I'd have laughed at them (not out loud though).
This is a guest post by Alex Turnbull. Alex is a serial SaaS entrepreneur and the CEO of Groove, a customer support software platform for startups and small businesses.
This article is available at http://CultureCode.com -- the slides and content will be updated periodically.
The following are some hypothetical classes that I'm thankful they don't teach at places like Y Combinator, TechStars and 500 Startups.
In a few weeks, I'm going to write a $25,000 check to invest in a company that currently does not exist.
Anyone can have a killer startup idea, but in order to make that idea succeed you’ll need an unbeatable team.
A few minutes ago, I came across this tweet from my friend and co-founder at HubSpot, Brian Halligan.
The Lean Startup method strongly advocates experiments -- and for good reason.
There are great lessons to be learned from many exceptional companies like Google, Apple and Amazon.
We were convinced from the very beginning that strong PR would be the answer to our market entry prayers.