Editor’s Pick While I’m now a resident of Austin, Texas, I still couldn’t believe some of these companies were operating and based here.
TechStars is investing in its future startups in an interesting way: by buying a whole bunch of web domains.
10 edtech companies show off what they’ve learned after an intensive three-month program.
Editor’s Pick “The hypocrisy of accelerators is that we give give you money and you go innovate while we do business as usual,” 500 Startups’ Paul Singh says.
Editor’s Pick Welcome to the new breed of incubators: startup accelerators that give startups everything they need in one central location. It’s literally a startup ecosystem in a box.
The latest city that incubator program TechStars will expand into is bustling tech city Austin, Texas, the organization announced today.
Placester announced $2.5 million in funding today for its suite of software solutions that help real estate agents, brokers, and home owners effectively run their business online.
Guest Post I’ve won two startup competitions and have learned some lessons along the way.
Guest Post A market where only angels swoop in to provide necessary seed and early-stage capital is problematic … the angel market is much less efficient than established venture capital.
TechStars’ New York greatest success story to date? ThinkNear, a hyper-local mobile ad service that was acquired today by Telenav for a whopping $22.5 million.
Today was graduation time for TechStars’ latest class of startups in Boulder, Colo.
Founder of new startup gives physical therapy a technological boost after watching his father struggle with recovering from a stroke.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Jon Bradford is CEO of The Difference Engine, a mentor-led acceleration program in the U.K. He submitted this story to VentureBeat.)
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