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  • Think You’ve Got What It Takes To Be A Tech Entrepreneur? Take My Advice

    Think You’ve Got What It Takes To Be A Tech Entrepreneur? Take My Advice

    This is a guest post by Simon Montford, a serial entrepreneur who also runs Inspire-For-Tech, a monthly event that aims to both motivate and inspire tech entrepreneurs in London I bet you’ve seen that movie about a certain social network and now you want to create the next big thing. Maybe you shouldn’t give up the day job as being a tech entrepreneur is a really tough gig. Movies… Read More

  • Guest Post: Can we stop talking about European clone startups now?

    This is a part II in a series of guest posts by Erik Bovee, a founder and partner in SpeedInvest, an early stage venture fund focusing on Central Europe. He’s previously written about why “Things happen fast“.
    My fiancee, who is a violinist, and takes no interest in my work with startups, except to express the opinion that people who work in business (and particularly… Read More

  • Guest Post: Can we stop talking about European clone startups now?

    This is a part II in a series of guest posts by Erik Bovee, a founder and partner in SpeedInvest, an early stage venture fund focusing on Central Europe. He’s previously written about why “Things happen fast“.
    My fiancee, who is a violinist, and takes no interest in my work with startups, except to express the opinion that people who work in business (and particularly… Read More

  • How Worried Are Consumers about Privacy?

    The need to protect consumer privacy online has been in the spotlight lately, more than ever. In February the U.S. Senate created a new Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law, which will be chaired by Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn. AdWeek quoted Franken <a href=””>saying , “The boom of new technologies over the last several years has made it easier to keep… Read More

  • Guest Post: App Developers, Get Ready For The Post-Christmas Rush

    Consumer spending during the holiday retail season, beginning with Black Friday, is among the most important predictors of U.S. economic health. Since the late 90s, tracking online sales of websites like amazon.com on the first Monday after Thanksgiving, Cyber Monday, has become a second important barometer. The National Retail Federation, the world’s leading retail trade group… Read More