We all know that “there’s an app for that.” But who’s behind that app? Where is that app developer from? It turns out — the development shops behind the millions of apps that exist aren’t centered in one place, but they’re literally everywhere.
Most people think of the massive billion-dollar technology exits — from major acquisitions to IPO’s — as “a Silicon Valley thing.” But is that really true? Do the big “tech unicorns” only come from Silicon Valley? You’d be surprised.
Ambition graduated from the Winter 2014 class of Y-Combinator. Yet, their headquarters isn’t in Palo Alto or San Francisco — it’s in Chattanooga, Tennessee (and they love it there). Here’s why…
Silicon Valley might be a tech Mecca, but if you’re hitting the right fundamentals, you should be able to launch your startup anywhere… like in Kansas City where startups are thriving and you can find the world’s best BBQ at a gas station. Yes, seriously.
The Midwestern tech company, Tackk, has achieved some impressive metrics by bucking the prime directive of the real estate business and espousing a simple idea: location doesn’t matter anymore.
After raising nearly $1M in seed capital for eFuneral, many people ask me the question, “How did you do it?” so they can take what they’ve learned and apply it to their startup. But they’re asking the wrong question. The real question? “Do I even need startup capital?”
Morris Wheeler is an active angel investor and mentor to startup companies throughout the United States. What is he looking for in the startup teams he invests in? Hackers, Hipsters, and Suits.
Brian Verne, Co-Founder of Phenom, shares his perspective on running a consumer app startup in Cleveland, Ohio.
I was recently asked to speak at the Industry Digital Summit about my experiences raising nearly $1,000,000 for my startup — eFuneral. It certainly wasn’t an easy road for us, but we were grateful for getting the resources that we needed to get started, build…
Mark Suster was always a startup guru I looked up to. And then one day — I had the chance to meet him. It took me a while to realize that it really didn’t matter, though.