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in Startups - 30 Sep, 2014
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Start-ups, unlike standard businesses often have to grow fast and try to conquer the market before any other competitor does it! In their pursuit of market conquest, these mostly high tech businesses often forget the basic rules for running a company and growing, they forget that they should focus on revenue, instead they try to […]

in Startups - 08 Aug, 2014
by Siddharth Muzumdar - no comments

Entrepreneurship in India is probably the next big thing. There is countless evidence to support the notion that people are beginning to get fed up of their monotonous jobs and are looking for their own ventures to carve a career out of. The number of start-ups has exploded in the last decade and it is not […]

in Startups - 19 Dec, 2013
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If you are trying to get some media coverage for your startup … we have some good news! We have decided to cover all the startups (that pitch us ) looking to get some media attention, please read below to understand the logic behind our decision, and what is required from you. 1st, Why cover […]

in Technology - 05 Oct, 2013
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When we hear the word start-ups, immediately we think of Silicon Valley, the place where the start-up culture was born, the geographical region with the most tech startups and tech talents. And thus when analyzing the reasons for start-ups failures, we should also analyze the Silicon valley role in these failures. And there’s way more […]

in Funding - 18 Sep, 2013
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Did you know that more than 90% of tech startups fail? But i bet what you did not know is that 75% of VC-backed firms in the U.S. don’t return the investors’ capital – thus fail (research done by Shikhar Ghosh, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School). So far we have been told by […]

in Social - 15 Mar, 2013
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2 weeks ago i got my account blocked on Quora, so i decided to write something mean about them, you know, like what TC writers do, but then i said to myself i’m better than that … >> Quora is a website founded in 2009 by by two former Facebook employees, Adam D’Angelo (owns 0.8% […]

in Advertising - 31 Jan, 2013
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2 years ago “Rachel Sequoia” presented her startup “Share The Air” to a hall full of entrepreneurs and investors, at a Venture Capital Fundraising Club event in Silicon Valley. The idea called ridiculous was laughed at by millions of internet users since Mars 2011 when the video of the presentation was uploaded to Youtube. Rachel […]

in Facebook - 22 Dec, 2012
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Are you one of those married men that flirt on Facebook, or those who flirt with girls you know even when you’re in a relationship? We have good news for you, Facebook created a new poke app, this app allows users to send text, image or video message, but this message will self destruct after […]

in Funding - 04 Dec, 2012
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Kaboum business reality hits, thousands of young so called entrepreneurs, many who had no knowledge whatsoever in programing, have been launching in the last few years startups, and getting millions of dollars in funding from Angel investors! mostly thanks to wannabe journalist bloggers, that have little knowledge about business journalism and most importantly are biased. […]

in Europe Technology News - 23 Sep, 2012
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Storyginal , former Mamystory is the winner of the Mars – 2011 Startup weekend that took place in Nice-Sophia Antipolis – French Riviera – France, the idea behind this start-up is quite original, it allows several people (usually the family) to write a collaborative story (usually a a book or booklet) about another person(usually an […]