CNN Money has an insightful list with 31 hot startus outside the U.S.. Most of them are following the “Web 2.0” trend,” and there is a strong bias towards online video. Below you will find my favorite companies from the list: Joost: Joost could potentially change the way people watch television. The technology enables the … Continue reading Hottest Startups Outside the U.S.
Very interesting video discussing the role of entrepreneurs inside an economy, check it out (RSS readers might need to visit the site to watch the video). Via: Blogtrepreneur
“We kind of never thought we’d see the day where Mac and PC voluntarily shared the stage on neutral ground, but that day is today. Very soon Bill Gates and Steve Jobs — both pioneering execs that need absolutely no introduction — will sit up in front of the audience here at D and discuss … Continue reading Steve Jobs and Bill Gates
Huge Macleod is the creative mind behind Gaping Void, and he recently published an intriguing article titled “Random Thoughts On Being an Entrepreneur”. The article has 26 points, and below you will find my favorite ones…
Despite those (supposed) qualities, however, some recent studies are starting to show that the practice of using formal business plans as a corner stone of business ventures is not as widely spread as the theory suggests. Caddell mentions, for instance, a recent study that appeared on the Inc Magazine, outlining the following statistics…
Business Week released a list of the “Best Young Entrepreneurs” in America, and you can some interesting innovations there. As we move forward I think that more and more people will exchange the realms of the corporation for smaller, more flexible entrepreneurial projects.
Suppose you just started your own company and you are looking for some funding or venture capital. One of the first questions you will be asked is “What does make your company defensible”?
If your spam filter works you probably should thank Paul Graham (if it does not work I am not sure who you should blame though). He not only contributed to the creation of the first anti spam technologies but also developed the very first web application, called Viaweb, which was acquired by Yahoo in 1998.
Usually when I make reference to an external article or paper I use the adjectives “good” or “interesting”. Well, in this occasion they will not suffice. I just came across an outstanding interview with Jason Calacanis, co-founder of Weblogs, Inc (acquired by AOL).
What if I tell you that statistically after nine failures collected you will manage to hit one success? I mean, what if the success was granted after the failures? I guess you would start trying new things and new projects like there is no tomorrow.