A recent and a more general web surfing activity of mine lead me into encountering a unique, quick & simple, and a very inexpensive online start-up firm named Eventzilla. I say unique, because it is a service that was never before thought of and one which could help event management firms save a lot of […]
Every entrepreneur is preoccupied with success. But to succeed, we must first understand failure. This is not to suggest that failure is something to strive for. On the contrary, we want to understand why failures happen so that we can better avoid them. Japan: To Fix your Economy, Honor Your Failed Entrepreneurs says that the […]
This looks to be a perfect solution wherein you pay-as-you-go. Rather than buying the entire hardware or the software library, they may prefer to pay the service provider using a pay per license model.
The idea is to sustain a living, escalate a product/service and emerge as one of the bluechip companies which either continue to get bigger or find a prospective buyer and make big money.
A penny saved is a penny earned! Why not consider an open source alternative against purchasing several licensed copies of your favorite operating system or getting a pirated copy of the same.
A student run initiative, Leverage 2009 will bring together industry experts, practitioners, advisors, academicians, and students with the aim of identifying and addressing key issues and trends relevant to venture capitalists, private equity investors, and entrepreneurs.
Technology startup success and the knowledge required to achieve it, is out there to be leveraged by anyone who is willing to listen.
It’s amazing how many people come in and interview for jobs where their resume says they’re qualified, but ask them basic questions about how to do things in their domain, and they fail.
The TATA NEN Hottest Startups Awards are the people’s choice Awards to recognize the highest-potential startups in India: young companies with great potential to grow; with the ability to change their industries.
It’s obvious. It’s a tautology. Everybody says it. You have to be working with some of the best people in the industry you’re in. You’ve to have a great team.