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How to Start a Startup
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Course: How to set up a Startup Accelerator
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Startup Companies
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Fund Raising for Startups
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Getting started with your (tech) Startup
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How do Investors in Startups (Angels, VCs) make money?
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Where to start your startup? Does location matter?
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Team Building (for startups)
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Lifestyle Business vs. Scalable Startup?
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Global Startup Hubs and Innovation Clusters
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Legal issues for Startups
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IndieHackers podcast - with Lynne Tye of Key Values
How to Build a Life You Love by Quitting Everything Else with Lynne Tye of Key Values After spending years pursuing a career in science, Lynne Tye (@lynnetye) shocked her family and colleagues by dropping out of grad sc...


Rise of the Rest pitch contest finalists - 2019 - Refresh Miami
Miami clearly is on the rise as a startup city but the work’s not done, says AOL founder Steve Case. Miami was the fourth stop on Rise of the Rest’s Florida and Puerto Rico tour, following visits to Orlando, the Space Coa...


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 ...


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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 ...


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The Empty Promise of Data Moats – Andreessen Horowitz
Data + network effects ≠ data network effects Data has long been lauded as a competitive moat for companies, and that narrative’s been further hyped with the recent wave of AI startups. Network effects have been similar...


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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...


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Building an Engineering Team YC Startup School - by Ammon Bartram and Harj Taggar
Former YC Partner and founder of TripleByte Harj Taggar, along with his cofounder Ammon Bartram discuss a topic startups often struggle with most: finding an...


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...


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Lecture 7 - How to Build Products Users Love (Kevin Hale) - YC Startup School
How to Start a Startup Published on Oct 14, 2014 Kevin Hale, Founder of Wufoo and Partner at Y Combinator, explains how to build products that create a passionate user base invested in your startup's success.


Student entrepreneur rocks the house, wins big at eMerge Americas - Refresh Miami
George Washington University student entrepreneur Danya Sherman outpitched more than 100 startup competitors from around the world to win the grand prize at the eMerge Americas technology conference in Miami Beach. --- ...


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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....


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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...