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5 Ways Startups Attract and Retain Young Millennials

The workplace is changing dramatically. Upgraded and innovative technologies are constantly appearing, and every day the internet makes new techniques and ideas available on a global scale. Perhaps the most significant change is the young millennials, are now a growing segment of the workforce. This is the first generation to […]

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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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4 Cool FinTech Startups to Watch in 2017

The financial technology industry, or “fintech,” has been “riding an entrepreneurial wave,” according to Inc. magazine. Until recently, the financial services industry has been viewed as highly regulated and dominated by huge firms. But in recent years startups have been bringing fresh energy to the fintech market. Lower interest rates have made […]

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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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Is Starting a Small Business in the U.S. Impossible in Today’s Economy?

The political atmosphere surrounding businesses–especially small business–has been abuzz with a lot of talk lately, especially with the Trump administration’s recent initiatives toward repealing Dodd-Frank. This new political climate promises to leave bits of slashed red tape littering the economic floor like confetti, especially with fresh executive orders demanding a […]

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6 Lessons from an Unsuccessful Start-up

Building a product from scratch isn’t easy, but it can be a very rewarding process. When you are about to make your first move make sure you equip yourself with all the tools. Read what went right, read what went wrong. For now I am here to share learnings from […]

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5 Ways To Run Your Startup Entirely On Your Phone

Owners of startup companies usually carry their office in their pocket thanks to smartphones. With the explosion of mobile applications geared towards tackling everything from payroll to human resources, business owners can do just about everything while on the go. And it’s this explosion that is making it easier than […]

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Why Our Start-up Left Amsterdam for Dublin

Recently relocated from Amsterdam, social start-up FRANK ABOUT TEA has chosen Dublin as launchpad for their monthly subscription service for high-quality loose tea. With Ireland boosting the highest tea consumption per capita, this seems like a logical move, but that isn’t why they’ve decided to join the ranks of online-based […]

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Export – Should We Fail Fast, Fail Cheap?

When Eric Ries coined the term “Minimum Viable Product” for the first time he described it as: “A Minimum Viable Product is that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.” In the world of […]

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