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Sensilk’s Highway1 demo presentation

Sensilk’s Highway1 demo presentation

By  Angela Harris

Date  June 26, 2014

In  Inspiration,
San Francisco Bay Area News,
Startups,
Venture Capital

Highway1, a technology incubator, had a very cool demo day last week. 12 devices were featured, many of which are “connected devices” – meaning, items that integrate directly to smartphones, computers, or directly to the internet.

Sensilk is a …

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David and Goliath: How Small Business can Compete with Corporate Giants.

David and Goliath: How Small Business can Compete with Corporate Giants.

By  Angela Harris

Date  June 14, 2014

In  Featured,
Inspiration,
Social Good Marketing,
Startups,
Strategy & Planning

It can be frustrating competing with huge corporations that seem to have unlimited resources. How can the little guy even compete?

Step one is a paradigm shift – start thinking of your small size as an asset, not a handicap. …

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Marketing & Small Biz News From the Web

Marketing & Small Biz News From the Web

Happy Monday, everyone! Have you been enveloped by the end-of-year crunch? If so, we’ve got you covered. We scoured the web far and wide for the best small business, marketing, and entrepreneurial reads from all over the web. Enjoy and …

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How Do I Pitch My Startup to Journalists?

How Do I Pitch My Startup to Journalists?

By  Michael Rolph

Date  December 5, 2013

In  Featured,
Startups,
Strategy & Planning

If you’re one of the millions of startups are formed each year, then you know how important it is to get visibility through the press. Journalists offer a great way to create a buzz, but it can often feel impossible …

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Marketing, Tech and Biz News from Around the Web

Marketing, Tech and Biz News from Around the Web

Happy Monday, everyone! Here’s to a festive Thanksgiving week ahead; if you’re making any long drives to family or friends’ homes for the holidays, then we have some great small business reads to help you pass the time.

While we …

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Marketing, Tech and Biz News from Around the Web

Marketing, Tech and Biz News from Around the Web

Happy Monday, small business owners and entrepreneurs! To kickstart an inspiring week, we’ve rounded up a great collection of good reads from around the web. Enjoy, all.

– To begin, two forms of brilliant online marketing in video form: first …

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Fostering the “Venture Capital Ecosystem”

Fostering the “Venture Capital Ecosystem”

By  Michael Rolph

Date  November 15, 2013

In  Startups,
Venture Capital

Are you familiar with the “venture capital ecosystem?”

If your answer is no, then don’t feel like you’re ten steps behind. The concept was recently introduced by Forbes contributor Victor Hwang, who believes that every startup should have access to …

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Marketing, Tech and Biz News From Around the Web

By  Angela Harris

Date  November 12, 2013

In  Inspiration,
Internet Marketing,
Social Media,
Startups,
Strategy & Planning


wheel media online marketing Marketing, Tech and Biz News From Around the Web

Want some great reads for your small business but lacking the time to mine the internet for gold nuggets?

Fear not, we’ve got you covered. Without further ado….

– These three veterans share their stories about becoming entrepreneurs.

– Bosses, …

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San Francisco Spearheads A Shift in “Startup Culture”

San Francisco Spearheads A Shift in “Startup Culture”

By  Angela Harris

Date  October 30, 2013

In  San Francisco Bay Area News,
Startups

How are San Francisco startups changing the country?

This was the question that New Yorker recently answered in “Bay Watched,” a loquacious piece that delves into the entrepreneurial culture that dominates business in the Bay Area.

If you …

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Looking Back on National Women’s Small Business Month

Looking Back on National Women’s Small Business Month

By  Michael Rolph

Date  October 28, 2013

In  Startups,
Strategy & Planning

As we round out the last few days of October, it’s time to take a look back on National Women’s Small Business Month.

According to American Express’s The 2013 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report, over 8.6 women own businesses …

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