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Nest and London’s Level39 join forces to support startup

Nest and London’s Level39 join forces to support startup

Nest, the leading Hong Kong investment and startup incubation firm, has signed an agreement with London based technology space Level39, a Canary Wharf Group plc initiative. The new partnership between Nest and Level39 will provide valuable support for technology startups in Hong Kong and London, from sharing office space to advising on how individual startups can scale into Europe and China. By creating a seamless connection between these two business ...

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6 Ways Fulfill Your Dream Of Becoming An Entrepreneur

6 Ways Fulfill Your Dream Of Becoming An Entrepreneur

by Brandon Ochoa | A bad entrepreneur talks about being in business; a good entrepreneur is actively developing multiple projects. A great entrepreneur? A great entrepreneur is the master of the craft and worries about the main project before getting too involved with many other ventures. We have all heard the saying, “Jack of all trades, and master of none,” which is exactly what you don’t want to be. With 2015 right ...

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What Dating a Model Taught Me About Chasing Opportunities

What Dating a Model Taught Me About Chasing Opportunities

by John Brubaker | These businesses are booming despite the gloomy economy. Flashback to 1992, I was in graduate school and on Saturday nights my friends and I would go out to our favorite local watering hole to blow off steam. One Saturday, my four friends ditched me to go dance with four girls from our college. I went over to the only empty seat at the bar and assumed it ...

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The 7 Steps of a Successful Small Business

The 7 Steps of a Successful Small Business

by Clate Mask, via Small Biz Trends | With 28 million small businesses in the U.S., it’s hard to be a member of planet earth and not have a personal connection to small business. Small businesses play a critical role in the economy, making them a hot topic of discussion. What’s the problem if everyone is talking about small business? The problem is this: Small business means different things to different people. ...

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What Your Business is Worth [Infographic]

What Your Business is Worth [Infographic]

by SurePayroll | There comes a time when all entrepreneurs look to see how much their business is worth if they were to sell. Whether it is because they can no longer continue to run the business, are looking to start a new venture, or simply just want to cash in and get that big payday that is well over due. It doesn’t matter your reason for selling is, the ...

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Ello isn’t the Facebook alternative you were promised

Ello isn’t the Facebook alternative you were promised

by Robert W. Gehl  | via The Week | he remedy for Facebook and Twitter’s relentless surveillance is pretty clear: Go elsewhere. But while many sites have tried to become viable contenders for the social media crown, the mostalternative of the alternatives have faced one insurmountable challenge: Attracting enough people. If no one’s there to hear you tweet, do you make a sound? So it should be good news for anti-surveillance ...

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Tumblr Debuts Its First Desktop App On The Mac App Store

Tumblr Debuts Its First Desktop App On The Mac App Store

via Tech Crunch | by Sarah Perez | On the heels of the release of Apple’s new Mac OS, OS X Yosemite, blogging platform Tumblr has just rolled out its first official desktop application with the launch of a Tumblr app for the Mac App Store. The app allows users to post to their personal Tumblr blogs from anywhere on the Mac, whether that’s content like links, images or videos you stumble across online, or ...

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Why VCs Are Not Your Friends

Why VCs Are Not Your Friends

by Steve Blank | One of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make is not understanding the relationship they have with their investors. At times they confuse VCs with their friends. Let’s Go to Lunch At Rocket Science our video game company was struggling. Hubris, bad CEO decisions (mine) and a fundamental lack of understanding that we were in a “hits-based” entertainment business not in a Silicon Valley technology company were slowly killing us. One day I ...

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Gainers and Losers in the Alibaba IPO

Gainers and Losers in the Alibaba IPO

by Paul Lim | via Time | Both lists include some surprising players who will be directly or indirectly affected by the e-commerce giant’s record stock offering. When Alibaba started trading on the New York Stock Exchange, there could be tens of thousands of winners from the record initial public offering. The Winners 1) Jack Ma, Alibaba founder and CEO This former school teacher turned Internet mogul doesn’t need Alibaba’s IPO ...

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How to Keep Your Startup Afloat with Smooth Scaling

How to Keep Your Startup Afloat with Smooth Scaling

by Ivan Serrano | Going into business for yourself is the ultimate American dream, and being your own boss comes with perks that some of the working populous cannot even fathom. The ability to come and go as you please, work when you want and not when you don’t, not having to put in vacation time requests; these are just a few of the privileges afforded to you by successfully ...

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10 Ways to Sabotage Your Transition From Executive to Entrepreneur

10 Ways to Sabotage Your Transition From Executive to Entrepreneur

by Tony Kubica And Sara Laforest | As the recession continues to loom and as unemployment rises, we have seen an increased interest in executives wanting to start their own businesses. They want to transition from executive to entrepreneur. You may be interested in becoming an entrepreneur because you lost your job, or because you have a great idea, or because you cannot find a job you are interested in. ...

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How to Start a Startup in College [Infographic]

How to Start a Startup in College [Infographic]

shared from DegreeLibrary.org | What are the strengths of young founders: (According to Paul Graham, Co-Founder of Y-Combinator) Stamina College is the perfect time for all-nighters, and crazy work hours. Poverty Being used to poverty aligns you with the markets tendency. You may think $300 is a lot. Pricing a product usually $3000 at $300 makes you super competitive. Rootlessness Move where you need to, change your schedule as needed. ...

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