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from http://onstartups.com 330 days ago

Your MVP is complete. Some seed funding is in the bank, or maybe even a Series A. You’re anxious to see if your product flies off the shelf. It’s time to make that first sales hire. This is a big step. The right call can establish the rocket-ship revenue chart ...

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from http://onstartups.com 330 days ago

Just as the CEO is the investor’s interface to a business, the application process and form is your interface into top accelerators like Techstars and Y Combinator. The best programs are super-selective--less than 1% of applicants get in, making them pickier than Harvard, Stanford and MIT. So as our New ...

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from http://onstartups.com 330 days ago

The following article is a guest post by Ellie Mirman.  Ellie is the VP Marketing at Toast.  Check out her blog or follow her on twitter: @ellieeille. Three months ago, I told my manager I was going to look for a new job. My parents thought I was crazy. But I knew I was ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 649 days ago

Get a first-person glimpse at the annual LOCKN’ Music Festival and what it takes for a suburban baby boomer to live like a veteran festival goer. Join a jam-band music lover and tech columnist at his first festival as he discovers how to survive four days in a tent and ...

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from http://mixergy.com/ 649 days ago

Watch the FULL program Prefer audio? Great! "Right click" here for the MP3 format. Send to your phone About Todd Krizelman This is the latest post from Mixergy Raw transcript Mixergy’s audio transcription is done by Speechpad Come back in a few days to get the full transcript of this ...

From China: Super corn. Hopefully it won’t turn our skin green, or make us grow another set of arms.Best news I’ve heard all day: finally there’s a peanut butter jar with lids on both ends.When some businesses prep for winter, they have to bring out the snowmobiles.A new tend in ...

Your cat just got a sweet new ride. The $200 iRobot Create 2, a programmable Roomba-without-the-vacuum, allows any code-savvy cat to wrestle precise control over its joy-low-rides.But it’s not just for cats. In fact, the Create 2 was developed with high-school STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) students in mind. ...

Let’s take a look at what it means to be a franchisee, as well as the costs involved, other pros and cons and the best industries to get started in.A franchise lets a person or group of people – the franchisee – market a service or product using the trademark ...

One of this year’s hottest Christmas presents is no longer available in the shops. Two months after Apple announced the demise of its iPod Classic MP3 player, the model is selling secondhand for up to four times its original price as aficionados clamour to get their hands on one.With a ...

From London: A breakfast cereal cafe for hipsters.Marvel (of the comic book fame) is rethinking the circus: fewer lions and tigers and more Wolverine and Captain America.Starbucks wants to give you a different kind of buzz: beer and wine coming after 4 PM.I’ve heard of adding a swimming pool to ...

This manual, published by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission in December 2014, is designed to help Australian franchisees and prospective franchisees to understand their rights and responsibilities under the new Franchising Code of Conduct, which come into effect on January 1st, 2015.The manual will help you to understand:the steps ...

Well-intentioned email taglines inspired by sincere desire to help the planet have become ubiquitous in recent times: “Please don’t print this email,” “Save trees: Print only when necessary,” or “Please consider the environment before printing this email.”This tact is sure to frustrate and increase inefficiency, leaving some saying, “Wait a ...

It was late April when the sole surviving location of Kim’s Video & Music announced that it was closing its doors for good. The beloved New York City video store minichain already had dwindled from four branches to one, but the First Avenue location managed to hang on for nearly ...

The Chinese dream is alive and well. What is it? Replace Chinese with American and you’ll understand.Despite the recent dramatic changes in the world of marijuana there is one holdover from the past that won’t go away: Bob Marley, and he’s bad for business.A Mayland man runs a legal bar ...

Ugly Christmas Sweaters are big business.We’ve analyzed the data, crunched the numbers and determined which ugly Christmas sweaters are the big sellers this year. And, surprise, surprise, there’s not a snowflake to be seen. This year big sellers include reindeer, Santa, Monsters, Jesus and Snowmen.Maybe next year you can profit ...

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