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April 2016

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

5 hand-picked articles from across the Startup Digest Reading Lists. Sign up to receive great weekly content on various topics from expert curators.   1. How Sam’s Club Is Widening its E-Commerce Lead Over Costco By Phil Wahba Digest: Retail Technology & Ecommerce Curator: Kyle Kelly Sam’s Club has an edge over its arch-rival: the integration of its…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

5 hand-picked articles from across the Startup Digest Reading Lists. Sign up to receive great weekly content on various topics from expert curators.   1. Holograms and holistic health: what will music festivals of the future look like? By David Hillier Digest: Music Curator: Katie Chase I put a few links last week to festivals that were…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

5 hand-picked articles from across the Startup Digest Reading Lists. Sign up to receive great weekly content on various topics from expert curators.   1. Beyoncé Wants to Change the Conversation By Tamar Gottesman Digest: Music Curator: Katie Chase So much to learn from Beyoncé about how to lead in the manner of your choosing. Read…

Growing a Global Ecosystem: Techstars Impact Report 2015

We’ve already moved quickly into 2016, but wanted to pause for a moment and look back at the year that set the stage for what’s happening now. The theme of growing stronger together took on a new and exciting meaning throughout the course of 2015. With the help and support of a community of now over one million people…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

5 hand-picked articles from across the Startup Digest Reading Lists. Sign up to receive great weekly content on various topics from expert curators.   1. How to get a startup job, even if you have an MBA By Matheus Riolfi Digest: Startup Curators: Zubin Chagpar & Chris McCann One of the first things I heard when I arrived in…

Time to Upgrade: Our Data Science Experiment on Startup Weekend Seattle

After attending 15 Startup Weekends over the course of four years (wow, that’s both impressive and embarrassing), I’ve noticed a pattern in the ideas worked on during the 54-hour worldwide phenomenon of a startup competition: Everyone thinks they know how to work in big data, but few people know how to actually do it.    …

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