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Red Bull is to launch an accelerator for startups -- called Red Bull Amplifier -- that aims to connect digital innovators to the company's audience of music fans. Red Bull is working with design and innovation consultancy Sidekick Studios on the accelerator programme, which will not involve an exchange of money nor an equity stake -- rather it will give startups access to some of Red Bull's audience (the brand says it has more than 35 million followers across its social channels) as well as to artists and venues. Amplifier has been launched as an alternative to "classic accelerators" such as YCombinator and Seedcamp .
There’s no shortage of entrepreneurship blogs on the web but a startup founder’s blog that is updated more than twice a year is a rare commodity.
Do you know at least one company that hosts their blog on Tumblr with a domain like blog.myawesomestartup.com, because doing that is easy and fast and there is no reason why you shouldn’t, at least to start with?
If you find yourself at the Hub L.A. on a post-industrial block of downtown Los Angeles, you’ll encounter all the features you might expect from a co-working space: Raw-wood planters and ample natural lighting. Zig-zagging communal tables, ready to host a row of MacBooks.
September 2012 I've done several types of work over the years but I don't know another as counterintuitive as startup investing. The two most important things to understand about startup investing, as a business, are (1) that effectively all the returns are concentrated in a few big winners, and (2) that the best ideas look initially like bad ideas.
How do you know an idea is worth implementing? | About bootstrapping, entrepreneurship & personal developmentIdeas are just that.
Five venture capitalists: Dave McClure, Mark Hsu, Phil Morle, Vincent Lauria, Leslie Loh share what they look for in startup pitches. A successful business usually requires a good marketer.
William Griggs, is a startup marketing guru who helps startups craft and implement their go-to-market and user acquisition strategies. You can find more about him at TheStartupSlingshot.com , or follow him @tssupdates .
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By LIZETTE CHAPMAN Technology entrepreneurs of past eras took two years to build a product, hire a staff and figure out whether there was any real market for their service.
You know those random ideas for new inventions that occasionally pop into your head?
Editor’s note: Contributor Ashkan Karbasfrooshan is the founder and CEO of WatchMojo , he hosts a show on business and has published books on success .
Posted by Natasha Murashev on February 24th, 2012 While most Angel List profiles include incredible product photos and videos, there is one startup that stands out among the pack.
by Joel Spolsky Friday, January 06, 2012 Just a few months ago, we launched Trello , a super simple, web-based team coordination system.
Making a truly custom mobile app is difficult, time consuming and expensive. Introducing a new way to develop mobile apps that doesn't suck. Built on HTML5, Cabana makes publishing web apps for iPhone a snap!