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thinking "if only I thought of this 12 months go, id be golden". How do you overcome this? I had this idea for an app abut 12 months ago, It would have been perfect to launch during these covid times, but now I'm having a bit of anxiety that it will end (covid/lockdown), or that someone else will think of the same idea and realize it before me, bea ...
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Today’s ‘day in the life’ features Nikolay Piriankov, CEO of bespoke jeweller Taylor & Hart. Here is what Piriankov said about his experience over the past few months, and how Covid-19 has impacted strategy for the brand long-term. The post A day in the life of Nikolay Piriankov, CEO of omni-channel bespoke jewellery brand Taylor & Hart appeared fi
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I might be looking at it from a strange angle. But I can’t help but notice how about 80% of new startups keep going through the motions of: “I need x million dollars to successfully launch my company.” or “I’ll give you 60% equity if you just give me a thousand dollars”. I totally get that you might need big amounts in order to operate in certain ...
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Last week I did over $1,000 in sales for tiiny.host in 3 days through an entirely different sales approach - The Lifetime Deal.
**📦 Static hosting for life for $59.**
Whilst the deal definitely helped, I think its the execution that played out really well.
Here's how ...
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I created a Mac application that allows you to use the Caps Lock key as a number of different useful functions, while letting you use your Shift keys to toggle Caps Lock on and off (by double tapping either shift - like on your phone, or by hitting both shifts at once). Check ...
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When you have money to burn. All problems are money problems. Trust me, I have been there. But I have learned to embrace constraints and thrive in them.
Constraints are good. I used to hire $120k engineers to make websites. Now, I pay $30 to Webflow to build a marketing website that people love. Instantly update it yourself without any code.
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Hi there, 
We have been working tirelessly on a project to raise the bar on how you access your computer / Virtual Machine and all its content remotely 
Check our project on http://reemo.io to know more about this low latency remote desktop platform that give you access to ...
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Vineet Devaiah is the founder of Teliportme, which offers virtual tour software. I invited him because I want to hear how he built the company up, had sales cut 90% by COVID, and is now building it back up even stronger. Vineet Devaiah is the founder of Teliportme, which offers virtual tour software. More interviews -> https://mixergy.com/moreint R
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He Just Wanted to Get Feedback From Students. It Inspired a Product Used by 500,000 Conferences and Events Photo: Peter Komornik, Co-Founder and CEO of Slido. Source: Slido It all started as an innocent little idea at a Startup Weekend hackathon. Peter Komornik wanted to get feedback on his lecture from students. He thought other teachers might lik ...
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Utilizing content marketing and digital PR can make huge strides in getting your brand name out there.
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Were you Born to be Wild? Then get your electric motor running, head out on the virtual highway to look for adventure, because we’re just one week away from TC Sessions: Mobility 2020. Join thousands of global attendees October 6-7 for two programming-packed days devoted to the fast-moving world of mobility and transportation technology. Price […]
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A month after completing Y Combinator’s accelerator program, BukuWarung, an financial tech startup that serves small businesses in Indonesia, announced it has raised new funding from a roster of high-profile investors, including partners of DST Global, Soma Capital and 20VC. The amount of the funding was undisclosed, but a source told TechCrunch th
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I am a 11 year old student entrepreneur who has just launched their business for selling duct tape wallets. In just 4 days I made $107 by going door to door. ...
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Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest big news, chats about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. I subbed […
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My team and I created a technology which turned into three software-based companies over the past 24 months. we created a small company a year before that that generated enough capital for us to focus on building out the other businesses im our extra time without taking any capital. we developed these other technologies in niche recession insulate ...
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Every founder dreams of building a substantial company. For those who make it through the myriad challenges, it typically results in an exit. If it’s through an acquisition, that can mean cashing in your equity, paying back investors and rewarding long-time employees, but it also usually results in a loss of power and a substantially […]
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U.K.-based startup HumanForest has suspended its nascent “free” e-bike service in London this week, after experiencing “mechanical” issues and after a user had an accident on one of its bikes, TechCrunch has learned. The suspension has also seen the company make a number of layoffs with plans to re-launch next spring using a different e-bike. […]
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Bangalore-based Rephrase.ai has an ambitious vision for reshaping how movies and videos are made. CEO Ashray Malhotra laid it out for me yesterday, saying that his co-founder Nisheeth Lahoti “came up with this concept — he wants to build an engine that can take any script as input and create a professional movie,” no filming […]
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31 startups launched over 31 days, 90 days to cashflow positive Day One: Tillamook Axe Company High quality wooden axe throwing targets Launch Journal day 1 of 31 31 startups | 90 days to cashflow positive | do good | podcast | community In the 1970’s (between the ages of 9–13) in the summertime, my parents would drop me off at the bus station in S ...
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