Entrepreneuriat et startup : comment créer sa boîte ?
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Ten tips for early stage startups

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Ten tips that every early stage startup should know and follow.

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15 Blogs For Tech Startup Press Coverage

15 Blogs For Tech Startup Press Coverage | Entrepreneuriat et startup : comment créer sa boîte ? | Scoop.it
Getting your tech startup covered in press isn't easy. Nonetheless, it's one of the most valuable activities which provides your endeavor with links and

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, January 11, 2014 9:36 AM

Startup Press Coverage
Couple of suggestions on top of this article. Follow these blogs before you send them an email asking for something. Follow their Tweets and get to know their blog voice and tone.

Next check out their writers and publishers on LinkedIn. Get to know their backgrounds and what kinds of stories they like to cover and with whom. Writers have specialties. One writer might do all the new app cover another covers new CMS or CRMs.

Finally make sure your web presence is solid before you seek coverage. Any ASK of a PR contact will result first in a visit to your site. Make sure your site is consistent with your email, engaging, exciting and full of the kind of candy the blog likes to discuss.

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9 key things to mention when pitching your software startup

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When it comes to pitching investors on something like software, the presentation is often more pivotal than the product itself. It's not something that can sit atop a conference table; ...

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, May 26, 2013 7:53 AM

Excellent Points. Even if you're not pitching a software startup, take a look, very intelligent answers from succesful startup entrepreneurs.


Study the way investors think and the questions they ask. What is it that they want to know?


This article complements this other one:

http://www.business-funding-insider.com/business-plan.html



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10 Startups to Watch in 2014 via @sfiegerman for Mashable

10 Startups to Watch in 2014 via @sfiegerman for Mashable | Entrepreneuriat et startup : comment créer sa boîte ? | Scoop.it
Some may thrive for years while others may get acquired, and still others may go nowhere. But all will be worth watching.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, January 13, 2014 12:58 PM

Using Seth Fiegerman's (@sfiegerman) excellent @Mashable post to help with Startup Trends 2 on Curatti.com tomorrow. 

Startup Trends 1
http://curatti.com/startup-trends-2014/ 

Startup Trends 2
Published Tuesday 1.14 

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How to launch a startup without knowing a line of code

How to launch a startup without knowing a line of code | Entrepreneuriat et startup : comment créer sa boîte ? | Scoop.it

There is an unspoken rule: to launch a startup, you need to build a product, and to do that you need someone that can write code.

Whether that means chasing down a technical co-founder, learning to code, or even building that “Lean MVP” – the conventional wisdom is that without tech abilities you’re nothing more than a dude (or dudette) with a Powerpoint.

A growing number of startups, however, are quietly disproving this assumption.

They’re getting their first customers with minimal technology, and often no code at all. Instead of building fancy technology from the outset, they’re hacking together inexpensive online tools such as online forms, drag-and-drop site builders, advanced WordPress plugins, and eCommerce providers.

They’re jumping right in to serve customers in any way possible – heading right for their first paying customers.

Most importantly, unlike the majority of their peers, by the time they start building a product, they already have a humming business.

How are they doing it?

To read the full article, click on the title.

 

 

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, November 17, 2013 5:03 PM

It's become fashionable to create Startups and use Developers. But anyone can start a business online, there are too many good tools around, and not only WordPress as the article suggests.

I built my site with SBI/Sitesell, and am very happy to see hundreds of visitors every day checking on funding information. SBI has many, many tools, all integrated in one package at $29.90/month or $299.00/year, less than a dollar a day. Take a look:http://www.sitesell.com/welcome23.html


Dennis Staples's curator insight, January 15, 2014 2:37 PM

Knowing how to get your project coded is as important as knowing how to code!