Category Archive: Tech & Startups

3 Reasons Why Introverts Make Wonderful Startup Employees

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Growing up I was always the quiet student, the quiet sibling, and now I am one of the quietest members at my startup. At the office, some may think it’s simply because I… Continue reading

4 Things to Consider When Splitting Equity in Startup

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Beginning a venture with friends is a great idea. Even if you aren’t super close to your partners, it’s great having someone to share in the process of creating a business that you… Continue reading

Interviewing the Interviewer to Land Your Dream Gig

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A major hurdle to landing a new position is of course acing the interview. And, while the interviewer is often seen as having the upper hand, the interviewee can be just as powerful.… Continue reading

Keeping Kindness Professional in the Start Up Scene

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When getting started with your business, sometimes you over compensate for the sake of building clientele and partnerships. This is not always a bad thing because you do have to “pay it forward”… Continue reading

The Top 5 Types of Startup Job Interviews

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Hiring looks different at every company. But, whereas large corporates and scaleups with established human resources and recruiting departments are likely to have processes built out to support candidate pipelines and hiring processes,… Continue reading

Tips for Choosing A Start Up Advisor

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When you are in the process of starting a new business, you have to think about everything from the overhead to who to trust when it comes to taking advice. Some business owners… Continue reading

How Keeping a Diary of Your Business Journey Can Help Your Brand

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When you start out on your business venture, there is nothing like the feeling of knowing that you are creating something that is so special and true to who you are. In the… Continue reading

The Instagram of News Is Here, And It’s Way Smarter Than You Think

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Last week, Apple announced News, an algorithmically curated news recommendation app, which has been territory well-explored to middling success by services like Flipboard and Zite. As usual, developers and reporters cheered the arrival… Continue reading

How to Judge a Startup’s Shot at Success

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Thinking of going early-stage? It’s certainly not a decision to be taken lightly. Working for a young, perhaps bootstrapped company, you need to be prepared to take on a significant amount of responsibility with minimum… Continue reading

3 Things to Think About Before Hiring at Your Startup

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So you are finally in a place where your start up is able to take on more responsibility, which means more money, which means more work. There are so many great things about… Continue reading