Over at CNET, Richard Nieva writes that Google will be partnering with co-working spaces and startup hubs at various locations, starting in London and Tel Aviv. Sponsored by the Google for Entrepreneurs arm of the company, the hub network will provide young companies with access to office space, mentors, […]
Today the Global Startup Youth (GSY) event announced that 540 youth (18-25) from at least 90 countries will work over 3 days to ideate and launch new projects that will hopefully evolve into ventures that are globally sustainable. This event harnesses the power of youth, their cultural diversity, their […]
In this podcast from DRT FM, Robert Scoble explains the best way to get the attention of journalists and investors. He reveals how to craft your story, the importance of social proof and why working the system to your advantage is necessary to succeed. It all starts with building […]
In this panel discussion from the Health 2.0 conference 2012, Dr. Abel Kho from Northwestern Memorial Hospital and John Hoesley from Silicon Valley Bank discuss Startup opportunities in digital healthcare.
Shadow is an alarm clock/digital dream journal, but the designers ultimately hope to create the largest dream database in the world.
Portland’s own CPUsage has announced the launch of public beta for their high-performance and high-throughput computing platform. Fresh from a recent round of funding to the tune $925,000, CPUsage offers an easy-to-use Platform-as-a-Service for researchers. CPUsage eliminates the need for months of upfront engineering effort and the hours of weekly […]
Over at Entrepreneur Magazine, Mark Cuban has listed 12 interesting rules for Startups, including a rather jaded view of PR. Never hire a PR firm. A public relations firm will call or email people in the publications you already read, on the shows you already watch and at the websites […]
In this video from Campus Party #3 in London, Diane Pearlman from Microsoft presents: Breaking through as a Startup.
Jason Roberts from TechZing writes that your passions just happen to drive your “Luck Surface Area.”
In this video, BizSpark interviews Microsoft Network partner Framework One to learn more about the technology economy in South Africa.