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Fundraising for Startups
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How to Start a Startup
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Business Strategy
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Startup Marketing
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Course: How to set up a Startup Accelerator
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Fund Raising for Startups
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YC’s Essential Startup Advice
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YC’s Essential Startup Advice
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Startup Failures
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Team Building (for startups)
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Legal issues for Startups
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Rapid Scaling for Startups
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Bootstrapping Startups
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Getting your First Customers
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Team Building (for startups)
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Culture and Team Building (for startups)
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Article edsurge.com
Acquisition Autopsy: Details—and Questions—Behind MissionU’s $4M Sale to WeWork | EdSurge News
Usually, when a hot startup gets acquired by an even hotter one, the industry cheers. But reactions to this month’s announcement that MissonU has been ...


Article medium.com
Don’t Build a Startup, Build a Movement
How to move the masses by going beyond selling just software. In today’s most cluttered marketplace in history, building a movement is more important than ever. Don’t build a startup, build a movement — right from day one...


Article avc.com
The Co-Founder Relationship – Fred Wilson AVC
If you were making a list of things that could go wrong on an seed, angel, or Series A investment, you would have to put the co-founder relationship right up there at the top of the list. Not every startup has co-founders....


Article paulgraham.com
The Equity Equation | YCombinator. Paul Graham essay
An investor wants to give you money for a certain percentage of your startup. Should you take it? You're about to hire your first employee. How much stock should you give him? These are some of the hardest questions found...


Article paulgraham.com
Do Things that Don't Scale | YCombinator. Paul Graham's essay
YCombinator. Paul Graham's essays: July 2013 One of the most common types of advice we give at Y Combinator is to do things that don't scale. A lot of would-be founders believe that startups either take off or don't. ...


Article qz.com
Airbnb's $1 billion funding round shows why tech startups still aren't going public
Airbnb's latest funding haul has surpassed all expectations. The company was said last summer be seeking up to $850 million in a round that would value it at $30 billion. In September, a filing showed Airbnb had raised $55...


Big Deals – Y Combinator
There are few things more dangerous to startups than Big Deals. Founders lie to themselves by believing that catching a single Big Deal will automatically create a huge company. I've seen this belief kill a large number of...


Video youtu.be
Building a Startup is About Solving a Problem || Avni Patel Thompson of Poppy
Avni Patel Thompson is the CEO and Founder of Poppy - https://www.meetpoppy.com At the 2017 Female Founders Conference she shared how she struggled with her ...


Growth Guide: How to Set Up, Staff and Scale a Growth Program
YCombinator, by Anu Hariharan, 2017: "Advice from 25 preeminent growth experts at top startups “Growth hacks,” like Hotmail’s inclusion of a signup link in its user’s default email signature, can be extremely helpful in d...


Here’s How Likely Your Startup Is To Get Acquired At Any Stage | Crunchbase
Crunchbase: "Let’s say you randomly selected 1000 seed-stage startups based in the United States. How many of those would go on to raise a Series A? Of companies that go on to raise a Series A, how many would go on to rais...


Article medium.com
How to Build a Startup that Gets Acquired – Startup Grind – Medium
There are many reasons to found a startup. There are many reasons to work at a startup. But there’s only one reason your company got funded — liquidity. But startups require money upfront for product development and lat...


Article paulgraham.com
Ideas for Startups | YCombinator. Paul Graham Essay
YCombinator. Paul Graham Essay: October 2005 (This essay is derived from a talk at the 2005 Startup School.) How do you get good ideas for startups? That's probably the number one question people ask me. I'd lik...