This blog post discusses the growing importance of women's professional sports, with a focus on the WNBA and its struggle for higher wages. It highlights the role of startups in driving change and increasing coverage, including Buzzer and The GIST. The post also touches on the challenges facing young athletes and how startups like Athlytic are helping them to earn money. The article concludes by discussing the global disparities in sports and introducing Oliver, a startup aiming to help regional clubs with technology to improve performance.
"The Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank is a cautionary tale of a once-prominent financial institution that faced major financial setbacks, ultimately leading to its downfall. This article examines the events leading up to the collapse and offers valuable insights into the potential risks and consequences of unchecked growth and risky business practices in the banking industry.
Discover the pros and cons of Forbes' 30-Under-30 list in the startup world. While the list has brought recognition to young entrepreneurs worldwide, it has also been criticized for lacking diversity and accountability. Read on to learn about notable individuals who made the list, only to later face public scrutiny for fraud and other misconduct. Is the 30-Under-30 list really worth the hype? Find out in this insightful post.
This article explores the age bias that exists in the startup world, where young founders are often preferred over older ones. While it's true that some of the most successful companies were founded by young entrepreneurs, the article argues that this is not always the case. Older founders bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the table, which can be invaluable when dealing with the many challenges of running a startup. Additionally, many young founders are easier to deal with for investors, which could be a factor in their success. The article concludes that age is just a number, and that we should not obsess over it when evaluating the potential success of a startup.
We did a bold experiment in Facebook: Creating one live video every day as part of our Slidebean LIVE initiative. The idea was to leverage Facebook's Live features and the social/organic variable to publish relevant content to our users and potential customers. Here're the results!
Startups have changed the way small and medium-sized businesses work and they just keep on doing it all over again. In recent years, a new trend has appeared: the merger between marketing and sales at startups, causing to close the gap between both activities such as customer acquisition.