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Checkliste Marketing für Existenzgründer | Existenzgründung ...

Checkliste Marketing für Existenzgründer | Existenzgründung ... | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
Diese Checkliste soll die grundsätzlichen Marketing-Maßnahmen darstellen, die für Existenzgründer interessant sein könnten. Je nach Branche und Art der Produkte und Dienstleistungen muss eine zielführende Kombination ...

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Startups in der Schweiz
Wer als junger Startup richtig durchstarten will, hat es oft schwer. Der richtige Ort ist dabei entscheidend.
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Komplett ausgestattete Konferenzräume in Bern

Komplett ausgestattete Konferenzräume in Bern | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

Der Vertreter einer potentiellen Investorfirma schreibt Ihnen eine Email, in welcher er sich für ein kurzfristiges Geschäftstreffen anmeldet. Kurz auf den Kalendar geschaut, werden Sie unruhig. Das Treffen ist von äußerster Wichtigkeit für die Zukunft Ihres Unternehmens und Sie wollen den bestmöglichen Eindruck hinterlassen. Jedoch reichen die Räumlichkeiten Ihres Büros im Randbezirk von Bern dazu nicht aus. Was tun? Eine einfache Lösung sind flexibel buchbare Sitzungs- und Konferenzräume im Herzen von Bern. In einem der Business Center mitten auf der berühmten Königsallee oder dem Düsseldorfer Innenhafen bereiten Ihrem Besuch einen gebührenden Empfang. Was, der Investor hat erneut geschrieben? Er bringt direkt den Vorstand mit? Egal ob Sie einen Sitzungsraum oder einen großen Raum mit Theaterbestuhlung für eine Präsentation bevorzugen, die Konferenzräume im Stadtzentrum Berns sind frei einrichtbar.

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Alibaba: Weltmarkt, öffne dich! - Golem.de

Alibaba: Weltmarkt, öffne dich! - Golem.de | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
In China hat er Kultstatus, Jungunternehmer verehren ihn: Jack Ma hat die Alibaba Group gegründet, die größte IT-Firmengruppe des Landes, die sogar eBay von dort vertrieben hat.
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Zweites Standbein - Ideal für Selbstständige und Existenzgründer in der Gesundheitsbranche | Selbstständigkeit in Hamburg

Zweites Standbein - Ideal für Selbstständige und Existenzgründer in der Gesundheitsbranche | Selbstständigkeit in Hamburg | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
Hamburg: Zweites Standbein - Ideal für Selbstständige und Existenzgründer in der Gesundheitsbran... http://t.co/WPlBkWxet5 #Kleinanzeige
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Startups find allies in corporations' venture funds - San Francisco Chronicle

Startups find allies in corporations' venture funds - San Francisco Chronicle | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
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Startups find allies in corporations' venture funds
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Innovative, fast moving, smart, determined, opportunistic. These words are commonly used to describe Bay Area entrepreneurs.

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joostallard's curator insight, January 13, 2014 1:05 PM

More and more corporate investment groups operate as corporate venture arms. The question becomes: what will be your involvement in the selected emerging company, once you decide to make that investment? 

Will you have a hands'off approach, and simply be happy to get regular alpha-level insights in the company's progress? Or do you need to be more involved?

 

Are you willing to view the opportunity to collaborate with the emerging company, and if so, do you have a partnering process that enables collaboration between large and ultra small organizations?

 

What about bridging the culture gap if you are a European or Asian corporate venture group?

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15 Blogs For Tech Startup Press Coverage

15 Blogs For Tech Startup Press Coverage | Startups in der Schweiz | 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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How-To: Early-Stage Startup Marketing

How-To: Early-Stage Startup Marketing | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
We at Everhour share startup marketing tips and tricks together with the first-hand experience on different promotion tactics.

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StartupPlan | Get Money for Your Business

StartupPlan | Get Money for Your Business | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

StartupPlan - Click the title to get yours now.


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80 Ways To Find Your Next Big Startup Idea

80 Ways To Find Your Next Big Startup Idea | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
You want to build the next big thing? The good news is that it's not beyond your skills and capabilities if you truly believe you have something great to offer the world. The bad news is that most ...

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Jeremy Barton's curator insight, November 11, 2013 1:15 AM

Isn't this something we would all like? We've got to keep looking.

JC Dichant's curator insight, November 13, 2013 1:49 PM

Let's go !

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Why Small Businesses Fail: Top 7 Reasons Startups Fail and How to Avoid Failure

Why Small Businesses Fail: Top 7 Reasons Startups Fail and How to Avoid Failure | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

According to statistics published by the Small Business Administration (SBA), seven out of ten new employer establishments survive at least two years and 51 percent survive at least five years. This is a far cry from the previous long-held belief that 50 percent of businesses fail in the first year and 95 percent fail within five years.

 

1. You start your business for the wrong reasons.

2. Poor Management

3. Insufficient Capital

4. Location, Location, Location

5. Lack of Planning

6. Overexpansion

7. No Website

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Warren Buffet Startup Tips = Top @HaikuDeck by Martin Smith w/ 6K views

Warren Buffet Startup Tips = Top @HaikuDeck by Martin Smith w/ 6K views | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

Warren Buffet's tips for startups as Bill Gates says, "Stick 'em up". This Haiku Slide deck is heading toward 6,000 views and is #1 deck of mine among the 30 Haiku Decks I've created. Cool part is those decks now have over 35,000 views making them the best darn "blog" posts I "write". 


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Angela Heath's curator insight, May 18, 2014 6:55 PM

Buffets got the wisdom!!

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Go big or go home - A Young Entrepreneur in London - by Ivan Mazour

Go big or go home - A Young Entrepreneur in London - by Ivan Mazour | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
For a few years now, I’ve been investing in technology startups for a very specific reason.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, June 24, 2013 8:34 PM

I like this "Portrait of A Startup Artist As A Young Man" from London by Ivan Mazour. Ivan cut to the quick and he gets it. Great follow.

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Betaworks-Backed Giphy Launches Gif Link Shortener For Twitter And Facebook

Betaworks-Backed Giphy Launches Gif Link Shortener For Twitter And Facebook | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
 Giphy, the betaworks-backed search engine for gifs, has released a brand new tool that makes sharing gifs on social networks even easier and more efficient.
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Fab Unveils Private-Label Products And A Physical Showroom In NYC

Fab Unveils Private-Label Products And A Physical Showroom In NYC | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
 Senior executives at design-oriented e-commerce startup Fab.com are in the midst of determining what the company’s future could look like in a series of strategy meetings this week.
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How Cloud Startups Are Changing The Face Of Innovation

How Cloud Startups Are Changing The Face Of Innovation | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
 Editor’s note: Pete Sonsini is a general partner at New Enterprise Associates. After more than a decade of hype and billions of dollars of value creation, it would be reasonable to expect investors to start losing interest in cloud-related startups.
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The Crazy Genius Behind Solar Roadways

The Crazy Genius Behind Solar Roadways | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
 Here’s an idea crazy enough that it just might work: Pave the streets with solar-powered panels that have their own built-in heat and LED lights.
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Playing Serious Games With Author Phaedra Boinodiris at Triangle Startup Factory - Curatti

Playing Serious Games With Author Phaedra Boinodiris at Triangle Startup Factory - Curatti | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
"Gamification is as important as social media, Serious Games For Business author Phaedra Boinodiris said at Triangle Startup factory today. Indeed!

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, April 14, 2014 11:41 PM

Had a great talk with Phaedra Boinodiris today at Triangle Startup Factory. My favorite line was how gamification is every bit as important as social media. Agree!

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80 Ways To Find Your Next Big Startup Idea

80 Ways To Find Your Next Big Startup Idea | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
You want to build the next big thing? The good news is that it's not beyond your skills and capabilities if you truly believe you have something great to offer the world. The bad news is that most ...

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Jeremy Barton's curator insight, November 11, 2013 1:15 AM

Isn't this something we would all like? We've got to keep looking.

JC Dichant's curator insight, November 13, 2013 1:49 PM

Let's go !

Newcircus's curator insight, November 13, 2013 5:11 PM

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Social media marketing analytics startup Shareablee raises $6M ...

Social media marketing analytics startup Shareablee raises $6M ... | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

Social media analytics startup Shareablee gives companies and publications (such as our own) marketing data. Shareablee, founded in 2012, measures social media engagement between users and brands, providing insight ...


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J. Nolfo's curator insight, May 14, 2014 4:02 PM

Startup measures engagement between users and brands for companies and publications.

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Startup of the week / Zuznow, bringing the Web to your phone

Startup of the week / Zuznow, bringing the Web to your phone | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
This Israeli startup makes websites available on mobile devices without the irritating need to zoom in and out.

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Ron Sela's curator insight, September 5, 2013 6:23 AM

Startup of the week / Zuznow, bringing the Web to your phone

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Steve Blank on the Era of the Lean Startup

Steve Blank on the Era of the Lean Startup | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
People are starting to realize that startups are not merely small versions of large corporations.
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Lean Startups: 10 Ways To Use Social Media To Crowd Source Marketing - Jeffbullas's Blog

Lean Startups: 10 Ways To Use Social Media To Crowd Source Marketing - Jeffbullas's Blog | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
Marketers are always trying to finding ways to create viral conversations with social media. Here are 10 tips to tap the power of crowd sourced marketing.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, April 30, 2014 6:48 PM

It is possible to crowdsource virtually everything you do, think, or are thinking about. It takes TIME and the right tools, but benefits are huge and line up well with Lean Startup ideas.

Jeremy Barton's curator insight, May 1, 2014 5:29 AM

An interesting statistic that 77% of consumers are more likely to buy a new product when they hear about it from friends or family.

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Referrers are your best sales people. Another great article from Jeff Bullas.

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Why Bootstrapping Is a Better Choice for Value-Driven Startups

Why Bootstrapping Is a Better Choice for Value-Driven Startups | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

"In the age of startups and micro-enterprises, the first thing you hear about, when it comes to creating a new company, service or digital product is a whole new glossary of words starting ranging from venture capital to angel investors."


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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, April 20, 2014 8:54 PM

I changed the title here because the longer you can bootstrap your startup the less you give up and the more you get for your hard work.

Brenda Collins's curator insight, May 8, 2014 3:37 PM

If you can boot strap your venture then do so before talking to investors. Gather around you people who have no vested interest in your company except your success and will speak honestly to you. 

OneView Tunis's curator insight, June 15, 2014 4:12 AM

Profitabilité vs. service rendu. Tout se décide dès le début

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10 Best startup business ideas

10 Best startup business ideas | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it
Want good startup business ideas? Well today I am going to share 10 Innovative startup business ideas.

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Startup Gurus Suck: Talk To a Fox Next Time You're Looking for Advice

Startup Gurus Suck: Talk To a Fox Next Time You're Looking for Advice | Startups in der Schweiz | Scoop.it

Startups and bad predictions


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Robin Good's curator insight, April 9, 2013 4:54 PM



Andrew Chen asks why we are so bad at predicting successful startups. He writes: "...we’re all so bad at predicting what will work and what won’t. I’ve written about my embarrassing skepticism about Facebook, but hey, I’m just a random tech guy.


For the folks whose job it is to professionally pick winners, the venture capitalists, they aren’t doing very well either.


It’s been widely noted that the venture capital asset class, after fees, has lagged the public markets- you’d be better off buying some index funds."


In his view, much of the disappointing results are due to the "generic startup advice" being offered online. He writes that generic principles cannot be effectively applied to all situations. And he is right.


But more than anything Andrew stops at analyzing what are the kind of people who often provide such predictions and strategic advice:


"[There are] two categories: hedgehogs, who view the world through the lens of a single defining idea and foxes who draw on a wide variety of experiences and for whom the world cannot be boiled down to a single idea."


"...Silver clearly identifies as a fox, and contrasted his approach to the talking head pundits that dominate political talk shows on TV and radio. For the pundits, the more aggressive, contrarian, and certain they seem, the more attention-grabbing they are.


Rather similar to what we see in the blogosphere, where people are rewarded for writing headlines like “10 reasons why [hot company] will be killed by [new product].” Or “Every startup should care about [metric X]” or whatever."


"The solution to all of this isn’t easy- to be a fox means to draw from a much broader set of data, to look at the problem from multiple perspectives, and to reach a conclusion that combines all of those datapoints."


"Over my 5 years in Silicon Valley, the biggest lesson I’ve learned from trying to predict startups is calibration. They talk about it in the video above, but the short way to describe it is to be careful with what you think you know versus what you don’t."



Insightful. Right on the mark. 8/10


Full article: http://andrewchen.co/2013/04/08/why-are-we-so-bad-at-making-startup-predictions/


(Image credit: Red fox - Shutterstock)



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Flappy Bird Creator Promises Game’s Return – With Multiplayer And Fewer Addictive Qualities

 It’s Episode XVII of the Flappy Bird Saga, and this time the formerly recalcitrant (he’s on a media tour at the moment) creator of the addictive game is promising the game’s return, eventually, complete with multiplayer.
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