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The Importance of Market Research

The following is a guest post by Marketest, a market research company that specializes in helping startups and small businesses. Often, both entrepreneurs and business owners ask themselves the following questions: Am I providing something that is wanted or needed in the market? Where and how potential customers would prefer to buy? Who is most likely…

Do The Things That Don’t Scale

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. Can we scale it? Well, does it scale? How would…

Meet Our Curator of the Week: Megan Liken

Name: Megan Liken Digest: Houston Curator Since: June 2017 Title: Outreach and Recruitment. Digital Marketer. Web Developer. Twitter: @Likenyo Megan is truly passionate about connecting people and keeping the Houston startup community’s momentum going. You will most likely find her at a networking event, hackathon, or tech/startup Meetup around town. To receive Techstars Startup Digest Houston,…

Meet Our Curator of the Week: Ben Ravilious

Name: Ben Ravilious Digest: Leicester Curator Since: July 2015 Title: Helping startups and graphic designers build websites and apps Twitter: @benrav Director at web & app developers ultimateweb.co.uk. Co-founder of audience polling startup ParticiPoll.com. Leicester Startups founder. Retired Ultimate Frisbee player. To receive Techstars Startup Digest Leicester, please subscribe here.

Real Talk: How to Not Burn a Hole in Your Pocket

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. Every single day, countless companies, startups, and entrepreneurs end up…

Meet Our Curator of the Week: Winnie Leung

Name: Winnie Leung Digest: Food Tech Reading List Curator Since: April 2017 Title: Communications Director at Bits x Bites Twitter: @bitsxbites Winnie is Communications Director at Bits x Bites, China’s first accelerator VC to invest in startups solving food system challenges. To receive the Techstars Startup Digest Food Tech reading list, please subscribe here.

Real Talk: The Recipe for a Great Co-Founder

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. For a lot of early-stage startups that reach out to…

5 Strategies for Building Early-Stage Momentum

The following is a guest post by Kenny Kline, a serial entrepreneur. His ventures are primarily focused on media and digital marketing. You can follow him on Twitter @ThisBeKenny. Anyone who’s starting a business has no doubt been informed of this scary statistic: More than half of all startups fail to survive past year four. Unless your…

Meet Our Curator of the Week: Saad Zabari

Name: Saad Zabari Digest: Morocco Curator Since: May 2013 Title: Hardware prototyping consultant & maker movement enthusiast Twitter: @Saad_SDZ Educational trainer passionate about the world of entrepreneurship and startups, as well as electronics, robotics and maker culture. To receive Techstars Startup Digest Morocco, please subscribe here.  

5 Steps to Smart Working

The following is a guest post by Market Inspector, a B2B digital marketplace that offers the opportunity to compare quotes and offers from quality suppliers. You can follow their blog here. With all the possibilities that new technologies offer, work nowadays is all about being smart and less about being hard. But what does it mean to work…

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