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Startup Office Rental Ideas That Don’t Suck

Renting office space is a drain on resources for many small start-ups. Landlords demand three to five years lease terms and personal guarantee before securing an office. These requirements are not ideal for new enterprises that are aiming at growth with minimal liabilities. Thinking creatively and identifying your office needs […]

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Successful Startups That Defy the Odds

Recently, Mark Zuckerberg gave a powerful speech to this year’s graduating Harvard students. Instead of telling them to find their purpose in life through eureka moments like typical graduation speech, he offered something else : “The idea of a single eureka moment is a lie”. As millennials, Mark believed all […]

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6 Content Marketing Tips for New Entrepreneurs

Content marketing is producing relevant and valuable content for your target audience. The goal of creating this content consistently is to convert your readers into customers. It can be tricky, but it is not that hard – especially since 70% of B2B marketers have increased content creation more than ever […]

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How is Southeast Asia the next Silicon Valley?

Silicon Valley may not be the only hotspot for startups today. Its rival – different in terms of work ethic, consumer behavior, and market size, may steal the spotlight from good ol’ Valley. Southeast Asia is becoming a hotspot for many million dollar startups like Grab, iPrice, Tokopedia, and so […]

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How to Get Your Startup Plan Off The Ground

As the saying goes “great things come from small beginnings”, every big company we know today like Facebook, and Google started as a startup. Most of them began with just a small budget, limited manpower, and few to no investors at all. If you’re currently in the process of building […]

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5 Surprising Ways to Motivate Millennials at Work

Lazy? Not engaged? Don’t care attitude? Jump from job to job? Millennials have been described in those terms and far worse. It’s true that millennials view work differently. They’ve grown up with technology. Compared to earlier generations, they’re better educated. Millennials learned to multitask, practically from birth. Settling on something […]

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