Hot on the heels of an iOS launch, JumpCam has released its collaborative video application in Google Play.
Guest Post The Valley wonder dust has settled, and looking back, I realize that it was actually quite distracting and limiting. In fact, I would argue now that it is the the worst place in the world to run your startup.
Guest Post With very few job openings a year, landing that dream job in venture can be harder than you think. Here’s some tips to optimize your chances.
Guest Post What many eCommerce startups, private equity groups and venture capitalists don’t realize is that once the retailer surpasses a certain number of daily orders, their third-party logistics (3PL) provider often can’t keep pace with sales.
Guest Post Christopher Columbus created a model for the modern entrepreneur to follow. Think about it…
Guest Post Founders and venture capitalists will need to augment their teams with sales executives who can nimbly step around the challenges of contract negotiations, channel partnerships, and client services engagements.
Guest Post Most successful startups have pivoted, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Here are four signs that you’re ready.
Guest Post Let’s face it, not every startup succeeds. Not by a long shot. But no startup founder (myself included) ever wants to think about joining the dead-pool. Indeed, there is very little discussion out there on proper steps to close up shop.
Guest Post For the past 50 years, companies built and bought software to automate every aspect of their business … but as enterprise software’s use expanded, it grew bloated.
Guest Post How you can make very busy people actually pay attention to you.
Guest Post Congratulations, you just sealed the deal on fresh capital for your startup. Are you ready?
Guest Post How many emails do you receive each day? 20? 50? Over 100? How many do you pay attention to? How many lead you to take action? If you are like me, very, very few.
Chris Dixon has one of the best posts I’ve seen on how startups should deal with the press. I added a few items in his comments, but thought they were worthy of sharing here.
Oh Google, your aptly named new product Schemer doesn’t have us fooled. We know you’re calling it a new way to discover things to do, but we see this for what it really is — an assault against Foursquare and the company’s hold over quality location-based content, city tips and to-dos.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Dharmesh Shah is a serial software entrepreneur and the founder and CTO of HubSpot, which provides marketing software for small businesses. This column originally appeared on his blog. )