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Roadmap of Insurance for Startups

There are a lot of moving parts to a startup business. While all businesses need some amount of insurance protection, technology startups have some special needs. 761 more words

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How GoldieBlox Went From A Kickstarter To Making Valuable Toys for Girls

You may know them from their Super Bowl commercial, but that’s only the beginning of GoldieBlox:

It’s not too often that a toy–not a video game, but a physical toy that small children play with–is greeted with rapturous excitement by adults. 1,246 more words


10 reasons why tech startups should NOT pursue PR

1. They think their product is the only one on the market, and it’s not.

2. They are pre-revenue, pre-funding, and pre-tty much not interesting to tech media – yet. 154 more words

America The Beautiful Goes Tech With The Country’s First Female Chief Technology Officer

The White House announced this week that Megan Smith, former Google executive, is the country’s first female chief technology officer and assistant to the president. 101 more words


Entrepreneurship: Is It For You? Join Women's iLab Among A Panel Of Startup Experts THIS THURSDAY!

Thursday, September 11, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

Boston, MA

Event Details

Boston’s Startup Community is growing every day. As more employees move from the corporate world into startups, and more college graduates opt to work for smaller startups instead of at large corporate offices, it’s important to understand the various paths available in startup life. 170 more words

Tech & Startups

A Ladies Only Cab Service Is Launching In NYC

If you’re tired of making stilted small-talk with cab drivers who immediately follow up “Where are you headed to?” with “Do you have a boyfriend?,” the soon-to-launch app  186 more words


Mark Cuban Explains The Four Parts Of An Ideal Investment Pitch

 Mark Cuban sat down at TechCrunch Disrupt SF today to talk privacy and founding businesses. However, from Shark Tank to his own investment firm, Mr. Cuban, is also a prolific investor, which lead to questions about the best ways to get his investment. 31 more words


Chris reblogged this on —KnoGimmicks.com™— Digital News and commented:

"Mark is looking for four things: The company’s core competency, why you’re great, how the idea is protectable and how it can scale." Excellent advice from Mark Cuban. If you love him or hate him, the guy knows what he's talking about. I'm looking into following him a bit more. Although I do not agree with everything Mark says, I still have a tendency to take into account his vast experience and step-by-step processes into investing. Excellent advice here at TechCrunch Disrupt. Wish I could be there to get some advice for my struggling start-up.