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Top 5 Principles of Economics for Entrepreneurs : Under30CEO

Top 5 Principles of Economics for Entrepreneurs : Under30CEO | startup mexico | Scoop.it
As an entrepreneur and an expert in practicality, you can enjoy the fruits of economic theories. Here are five principles of economics for people of action.
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4 Reasons Your Startup Needs an Animated Video - Business 2 Community

4 Reasons Your Startup Needs an Animated Video - Business 2 Community | startup mexico | Scoop.it
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Lessons Learned from 5 Years of SaaS… and $1 Million in Revenue « Unicornfree with Amy Hoy: Creating And Selling Your Own Products

Lessons Learned from 5 Years of SaaS… and $1 Million in Revenue « Unicornfree with Amy Hoy: Creating And Selling Your Own Products | startup mexico | Scoop.it
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Its all abaout conversion - How 3 Startups Use Data to Improve Ecommerce Sales

Its all abaout conversion - How 3 Startups Use Data to Improve Ecommerce Sales | startup mexico | Scoop.it
Three ways to use product conversion metrics to make the e-commerce experience better for users and create loyal customers.
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Refocus: Must Haves VS Nice to Haves

Refocus: Must Haves VS Nice to Haves | startup mexico | Scoop.it
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When Customers Make You Smarter

When Customers Make You Smarter | startup mexico | Scoop.it
We talk a lot about Customer Development, but there’s nothing like seeing it in action to understand its power. Here's what happened when an extraordinary Digital Health team gained several critica...
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Practical customer development - by @CindyAlvarez

An overview of practicing customer development.

Via ukituki, Laurent LATHIEYRE
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ukituki's curator insight, October 11, 2013 3:16 PM

Links to the practical resources included in this presentation:

http://bit.ly/16K4mhM ; - Customer Development Templates

http://bit.ly/14a30PQ ;   - The Lean Toolbox

Laurent LATHIEYRE's curator insight, October 14, 2013 12:33 AM

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Bootstrapping Secrets: 17 Ideas That Can Help Your Startup Do More With Less

Bootstrapping Secrets: 17 Ideas That Can Help Your Startup Do More With Less | startup mexico | Scoop.it
Forget those venture-backed startups with more money than they actually need. I am a huge advocate for bootstrapping, but the truth about bootstrapping is that it's tough and only the toughest can ...
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Don't Learn From Your Mistakes, Here Is Why

Don't Learn From Your Mistakes, Here Is Why | startup mexico | Scoop.it
What do you really learn from mistakes? Maybe you might learn what NOT to do again, but how valuable is that? You still don't know what you should do next after the failure. With the same knowledge...
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Create products that people love by validating your idea first

Create products that people love by validating your idea first | startup mexico | Scoop.it
You've done it before. You asked someone this question: What do you think of my idea? Most people will tell you it's a good idea and then they'll go
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These 19 Successful Founders Were Over 35 When They Started Their Businesses

These 19 Successful Founders Were Over 35 When They Started Their Businesses | startup mexico | Scoop.it
When do you plan to start a business? Have you already started a business? What's the best age to become an entrepreneur? If you think you are too old to start a business, think again. Age should n...
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Siempre lo he dicho..."Hacking Press is a Waste of Time"

Siempre lo he dicho..."Hacking Press is a Waste of Time" | startup mexico | Scoop.it
Our MTurk + Google News = Press post got quite a bit of attention - all supportive, some supportively critical. Adam Drici has been the most supportive critic and as a journalist, he took us to tas...
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The Future of Content Marketing: Trends and Predictions for 2014

The Future of Content Marketing: Trends and Predictions for 2014 | startup mexico | Scoop.it
By now, the mantra of “content is king” has been relentlessly drilled into our collective heads – but more isn’t always necessarily better.
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How To Launch A Startup Without Writing Code

How To Launch A Startup Without Writing Code | startup mexico | Scoop.it
A startup should be about solving a customer problem -- which does not always mean building a product from scratch.
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You’re collecting data, but are you using your metrics? | Zvi Band

You’re collecting data, but are you using your metrics? | Zvi Band | startup mexico | Scoop.it
From the school of interesting ways we've failed… There is a vast chasm separating the ability to collect metrics and use metrics. The lean startup
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Celebrating failure: A new fund helps failed entrepreneurs start over

Celebrating failure: A new fund helps failed entrepreneurs start over | startup mexico | Scoop.it
New Brunswick's The Failure Fund is a celebration of the ones who tried and failed and are willing to try again
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Don't Learn to Code | Ryan Hoover

Don't Learn to Code | Ryan Hoover | startup mexico | Scoop.it
Don't Learn to Code
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Write your post-mortem before your startup dies

Write your post-mortem before your startup dies | startup mexico | Scoop.it
If things stay exactly as they are, my three-year-old startup will be bankrupt in six months. That's why we are writing the post-mortem now -- and making changes before it's too late.
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How I got my first customers without having a product

How I got my first customers without having a product | startup mexico | Scoop.it
People often ask me what they need to do to get funding. I always give the same answer: sell your product, without having the product. It's the only way to really prove your idea is worth an invest...
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How I Made $4000 Selling A Product I Didn't Have

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Emotional UX

Denise Hampson's presentation from WUD2013
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Silicon Valley Trends - Nov 2013

Loic Le Meur presents some of the latest trends in Silicon Valley which will be presented at LeWeb 2013 edition in Paris dec 10-12 http://paris.leweb.co
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10 Cash-Flow Surprises That Could Kill Your Startup

10 Cash-Flow Surprises That Could Kill Your Startup | startup mexico | Scoop.it
10 Cash-Flow Surprises That Could Kill Your Startup
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12 of the Hottest Startups in Germany

12 of the Hottest Startups in Germany | startup mexico | Scoop.it
Germany may not have a vibrant startup ecosytem like the Silicon Valley but as one of Europe's strongest economies it has a very healthy and  growing startup ecosystem. The biggest investor in Germ...
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Zero to Product/Market Fit (Presentation)

Zero to Product/Market Fit (Presentation) | startup mexico | Scoop.it
(If you can't see the embedded slides above, you can also download the PDF here) A few months ago, I spoke to a group of entrepreneurs at Stanford whose seed stage companies were still struggling t...
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Why Your MVP Should Be a Tool - Not a Network

Why Your MVP Should Be a Tool - Not a Network | startup mexico | Scoop.it
Before building that network/platform/marketplace MVP solution, consider starting by building a tool for your customers. Your execution will be easier, chance of failure will be lower, and you can ...
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