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In this interview you’re going to hear me bust the chops of today’s guest. Sam Ovett is the co-founder of Mobile Pocket Office, a consulting company that helps clients automate sales and lead generation. He started the company with his dad. I want to find out about that and how he built it up. Sam Ovett is the co-founder of Mobile Pocket Office, a
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Hi guys,
Me and my team recently created Myganjajoy, one stop search for cannabis vendors nearby and humorous gifs. It is a simple search engine for cannabis vendors nearby and is currently available for California and Colorado. For other states and Canada this website ...
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As a devoted coffee drinker I was enthused by the idea of Bottomless. The Y Combinator-backed startup sends its users coffee as they run low so that they never run out of the Magic Juice of Life. What could be better? Because life is somewhat funny, after signing up for its service the company reached […]
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Katie Roof / Bloomberg: Clari, which develops software for sales management, finance, marketing and revenue operations, raises $150M led by Silver Lake, at a $1.6B valuation  —  - Silver Lake, Sequoia and others invest $150 million in Clari  — Suite of products helps companies with revenue prediction
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Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat: Identiq, an anonymous identity validation network, raises $47M Series A led by Insight Partners and Entrée Capital, bringing its total raised to $50M+  —  Join Transform 2021 for the most important themes in enterprise AI & Data.  Learn more.  —  Identiq, a Tel Aviv …
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We just raised a small, but not insignificant, amount of money and my cofounder and I can’t decide on some of these expenses.
Is it appropriate to want to save time on mundane things like this when revenues are still very low? Would appreciate insights as to when made sense for your startup to start paying for professional services like this. < ...
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Utah-based startup TaxBit prepares to provide global crypto-oriented tax expertise with a newly raised $100 million.
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Can you help demystify the H-1B process and provide any tips? We also want to hire an Australian and transfer their E-3. How quickly can this be done?
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🔍 Strategy: Validating Idea Without A Product
One of the most common questions & problems that I've found is: how do I validate this business idea without first building the product / service?
I've curated, analyzed & summarized over 120 founders' interviews on the strategies they've used to grow their businesses into a database. Here are 3 ...
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Late last night Oscar Health, a tech-enabled medical insurance provider, priced its IPO at $39 per share. The final price came in $1 per share above its raised IPO guidance; Oscar Health had originally targeted a $32-$34 per-share IPO price. Some 37,041,026 shares were sold at $39, including 36,391,946 offered by the company itself. Not […]
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Could a bet on AppLovin then, could be viewed as a wager not on its business income growth, but on the strength of consumer app demand?
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Clari, the revenue operations platform that helps companies predict revenue outcomes, announced $150 million Series E today on a $1.6 billion valuation, a number that more than triples its 2019 Series D valuation of $500 million. Silver Lake led the latest investment with participation from B Capital Group and existing investors Sequoia Capital, Ba
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Chris Metinko / Crunchbase News: Open source SQL database developer Yugabyte raises $48M Series C led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, nine months after a $30M Series B  —  Sunnyvale, California-based SQL database developer Yugabyte secured a $48 million Series C after seeing increased traction with large enterprise customers …
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The infographic below states the actual reason why companies fail at growth. They don’t focus on retention first They don’t run experiments They subscribe to “product is everything” mantra They don’t dig in and learn They search for a silver bullet They don’t double down They don’t focus They don’t delicate the right resources towards growth They d ...
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At a time when e-commerce is exploding due in large part to the pandemic, a business that helps any online merchant ship goods to a consumer in one or two days is going to be in demand. Deliverr is a startup that fits that bill, and today the company announced a $170 million financing round. […]
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Weeks or even months of working on your pitch deck could come down to the 170 seconds (on average) that investors spend looking at it. 
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Israeli fraud prevention startup Identiq has raised $47 million at Series A as the company eyes international growth, driven in large part by the spike in online spending during the pandemic. The round was led by Insight Partners and Entrée Capital, with participation from Amdocs, Sony Innovation Fund by IGV, as well as existing investors […]
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Hi everyone!
I'm Dino, CEO of Crionis. The app I'm sharing here, called Newsdrop, arose from a fairly simple idea that turned into a full-scale app project for iOS, Apple Watch, and Android (arriving soon).
The idea behind the app is simple: what if, instead of being bombarded with irrelevant news, you could get only the important stuff, read ...
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Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash About ten years ago I wrote a set of blog posts in reference to a different approach to how startup technology companies, or any other companies for that matter, should consider the acquisition of executive talent. Since I did such a lousy job of raising awareness about what I had written, and since I believe they a ...
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