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Paris New York

Paris New York | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Don't feel too bad if you never paid attention in lit class. Here's our simplified version of "A Tale of Two Cities" with New York standing in for London and a beefed up storyline.
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3 Ways To Tackle Your Procrastination Problem | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

3 Ways To Tackle Your Procrastination Problem | Fast Company | Business + Innovation | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Even Charlie Brown recognized his own problem with procrastination. Here are a few tricks even kids can understand to stop putting things off and be m...
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Les 5 conseils d'une star de San Francisco pour monter sa start-up

Les 5 conseils d'une star de San Francisco pour monter sa start-up | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Duncan Logan dirige l'accélérateur RocketSpace, où sont logés 130 jeunes entreprises, avec le soutien de grandes entreprises internationales.
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Bootstrapping an Idea: the Paid Beta | Bryan Helmig

As developers, we all have little nuggets of ideas. We want to build something people use and we want to build something people will pay for. But the path from
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10 Leadership Lessons I Wish I Learned In My 20's - Forbes

10 Leadership Lessons I Wish I Learned In My 20's - Forbes | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
All of us would do well with a second bite at the apple, another chance to go back and do it all over again.  Our mistakes, as much as our successes, define us and can help steer us forward today.
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The 4 Elements That Make Great Company Culture

The 4 Elements That Make Great Company Culture | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Each culture has different tactics and unique qualities. But, universally, culture is about the employees and making sure they have a fun and productive working environment.
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The Big StartUp: Guy Kawasaki interviews CEO Evernote Phil Libin

To vote for this People's Telly Awards entry, please visit the following link: http://www.youtube.com/tellyawards?x=kL8wrChoKto...

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An idea for non-technical co-founders: try a service-first business

An idea for non-technical co-founders: try a service-first business | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Non-technical founders often want to start businesses that rely heavily on a technical co-founder they dont have. I have an idea for these founders, try a service-first business instead.
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Très bon conseil, même pour les techos en fait ... La technique ne doit permettre que la montée en charge du projet. Sinon tout à la main, comme un petit artisant.

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Minimize your Time to Product/Market Fit | @andrewchen

Minimize your Time to Product/Market Fit | @andrewchen | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
TTPMF Startups need to get to Product/Market Fit or die trying. Most die trying. Steve Blank talks about the idea that tech companies die because of
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If Landing Pages Were People - 3 Nasty Habits That Drive Prospects Away

If Landing Pages Were People - 3 Nasty Habits That Drive Prospects Away | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Here are three very bad habits common to landing pages (*cough*marketers*cough*), which tend to depress conversion rates.
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Don't Launch

Don't Launch | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Here's a common question I get from startups, especially in the early stages: when should we launch? My answer is almost always the same: don't.First off, what does it mean to launch? Generally
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People First.

People First. | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
As an entrepreneur and now a Partner at Greylock, I have a top 10 list of what makes a company great. The first and most important one is
People first. Strategy (and everything else) second.
It
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A VC: What A CEO Does

A VC: What A CEO Does | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
I am posting this as a MBA Mondays post. But I did not learn this little lesson at business school. I learned it from a very experienced venture capitalist early in my post-MBA career. I was working on a CEO...
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Your Most Important Startup Decision Comes from the Heart

Your Most Important Startup Decision Comes from the Heart | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Summary: A startup takes a full-time commitment of 5-10 years - a good chunk of our lives. A great deal of that time will be spent talking to and empathizing with our customers. The most import...
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Minimize your Time to Product/Market Fit

Minimize your Time to Product/Market Fit | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
TTPMF Startups need to get to "Product/Market Fit" or die trying. Most die trying. Steve Blank talks about the idea that tech companies die because of lack of customers, not inability to build tech...
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Lean UX: Getting Out Of The Deliverables Business | Smashing UX Design

Lean UX: Getting Out Of The Deliverables Business | Smashing UX Design | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
User experience design for the Web (and its siblings, interaction design, UI design, et al) has traditionally been a deliverables-based practice.
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Twitter Founders Move on to Their Next Big Thing

Twitter Founders Move on to Their Next Big Thing | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
What do you work on after launching one of the world's largest social networks? It took time, but each of the three Twitter founders have an answer.
Jérôme Gloaguen's insight:

Jelly, Medium et peut être la mairie de New York ... Ambitieux ou mégalo ?

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The 11 Risks VCs Evaluate

The 11 Risks VCs Evaluate | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Though the industry is called venture capital, the goal of a VC isn't to maximize every risk. Instead, we try to understand all the risks a business might face and weigh those risks with the reward - the exit.
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Yahoo Buys A Mobile News Startup Founded By A 15-Year-Old For $30 Million

Yahoo Buys A Mobile News Startup Founded By A 15-Year-Old For $30 Million | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
He's seventeen now.

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Impressive.
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5 things you need to know about startup co-founders

5 things you need to know about startup co-founders | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
Starting a company is a lonely job.  You’ve got to do all the work – from designing your product to picking up business cars from the printer. 
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Why CTOs shouldn’t write code at work

Why CTOs shouldn’t write code at work | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
This is a post I have been thinking about for a long time, but didn’t have the balls [figuratively of course] to write until now (more on why below).If you are running an engineering organization o...
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Crafting a Pricing Plan to Maximize Freemium Growth

Crafting a Pricing Plan to Maximize Freemium Growth | Startups&Entrepreneuriat | Scoop.it
The three tier feature based pricing model is so common it's almost a cliché. For some businesses it works well.
Jérôme Gloaguen's insight:

"Instead, the management functionality, not the end user's experience, should change depending on a customer's willingness to pay. Yammer's user experience never changed when a customer converted from free to paid. The driving factor to conversion wasn't the end user, but IT's desire for control."

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