At Phone.com we are in a very competitive business environment and one which is also a very fast moving and changing market. Yes the product and the service that we put out is extremely important. We have to remain cutting edge, offer the best features and apps and keep innovating. We do a pretty darn good job at this and we have some nice accolades to support it.
We Are Austin Tech, a weekly video segment featuring Austin’s technology industry movers and shakers, has released its latest video featuring Karen Bantuveris, founder and CEO of VolunteerSpot, a ffVC portfolio company.
The HBS Entrepreneurship Club is hosting John Frankel presenting on “How Your Startup Can Exploit the Current Technology Super Cycle” this Tuesday, January 22, 6 pm, at Harvard Business School, Aldrich Hall (Room TBD), Boston, MA. He’ll also join some students for a private dinner afterwards.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of people flock to Las Vegas for the International CES. The enormous trade show showcases the latest and greatest innovations in the consumer electronics industry in every category, from TV's to Electric Toothbrushes.In recent years, the number of attendees have exploded, along with the content ...
Interaxon and Muse’s Brainwave Health System Prepare Your Mind for Whatever Life Throws At You and Are On Display at CES
Muse’s Brain Health system simultaneously strengthens the cognitive and emotional parts of your brain. This fun and easy-to-use system helps you focus more at work, maintain composure in stressful situations, feel less anxiety and reduce the negative thoughts that undermine your potential.
Drew Hansen just posted a very interesting piece on Forbes on, “How VCs Deploy Operating Talent To Build Better Startups”. He draws on the research study my coauthors and I are about to publish on best practices in how venture capitalists increase the odds of company success through operational assistance. ...
This is a talk I’ve been giving on how we filter the Stream at Bottlenose.
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Less than a year ago, Klout was spending north of $64,000 per new hire. Our processes were disorganized and inefficient. We were outsourcing most of our recruiting and making hiring decisions based on unstructured conversations. We had no unified applicant tracking system. Since then, however, we've increased candidate flow by ...