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Law Goes Tech: Legal Startups Changing The Game

Given the recent wave of tech innovation,  one might be forgiven for assuming there weren’t any industries left to disrupt. Oddly enough, a few lines of work have been left almost entirely out…

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Most Promising Startup Cities in Emerging Markets

(Article by Lamudi) Berlin has risen to become one of the new startup capitals of the world, and is a fierce competitor of Silicon Valley or London. However, the success of new…

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Tidal Will Fail, and That’s a Good Thing

Examples of new ventures which seem to have all the ingredients to succeed, but ultimately fail to live up to expectations aren’t difficult to find. Given the hype surrounding its launch, its big…

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9 Pieces Of Advice To Drive Your Career Forward

 (Article By Hassib Nasseri) I invest a lot of time in personal development and growth. I actively seek to learn from the successes and failures of others. With the rise of these…

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30 Startup Lessons

(Article by Sergio Romo) 1. Building Minimum Viable Products (MVPs) is easy. Knowing which assumptions to validate is not. 2. Nailing an MVP fast involves a certain degree of luck. It takes…

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Are Some Startup Hubs Doomed To Failure?

Are all tech hubs created equal? Probably not. While the expansion, and accessibility of higher education has made the modern global talent pool more ingenuitive than ever, and although new businesses are growing…

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How Talent Garden Is Going Global With Its Coworking Spaces

With over 2,500 venues around the world, a massive increase compared to just a few years ago, coworking spaces are here to stay. Known for providing an inclusive, creative environment, along with being…

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A Startup’s Second Act

By Glenn Kelman via Linkedin American lives, F. Scott Fitzgerald said, have no second act. Most startups have that problem too. We bring our ideas to light, then fail, or get bought,…

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