Browsing Month February, 2013

DropTag Shows What’s Happened To A Parcel in Transit

By Vineet at February 28, 2013 | 10:33 am | 0 Comment

DropTag Shows What’s Happened To A Parcel in Transit

DropTag: Drop Tag is a new startup that aims to provide real-time information about the status of packages that’s been sent via courier or cargo companies. In Company’s Own Words: DropTag is a simple, low-cost sensor platform that shows what's happened to a parcel in transit – for example, if the box has been mistreated, the app immediately indicates this more...

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9 Skills For Inspiring a Contagious Leadership Culture Within a Startup

By admin at February 28, 2013 | 8:21 am | 0 Comment

9 Skills For Inspiring a Contagious Leadership Culture Within a Startup

Startups provide business leadership with new products, services, and new revenue models, but leadership startups can only be built by entrepreneurs who are leaders themselves, and incent leadership in the team around them. Leadership which incents other people to be leaders is called “contagious leadership.” John Hersey, in his book “Creating Contagious more...

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Track Food Trends Of 22 Million Menu Items In Any Restaurant Via FoodGenius

By VisionwizTeam at February 27, 2013 | 10:38 am | 0 Comment

Track Food Trends Of 22 Million Menu Items In Any Restaurant Via FoodGenius

Are you looking for menu data about a regional or national restaurant menu item? What are the price trends for these restaurant menu items? What are the popular recipes on the web that are similar to my menu item concept or flavor combination? Would you like to find answers of the above mentioned questions? If yes? Then try FoodGenius. What is more...

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How To Define Traction Metrics For Your Startup

By Martin at February 27, 2013 | 8:27 am | 0 Comment

How To Define Traction Metrics For Your Startup

Almost every early-stage startup who has approached investors for funding has heard the innocuous sounding rejection “I love your idea, but come back when you have more traction.” What does traction really mean to investors, and how much is enough? Let me try to clarify the rules, and what it takes to win at this game. First of all, a definition. Traction is more...

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LastMessage Will Send Alerts To Friends & Family When Phone Discharge

By VisionwizTeam at February 26, 2013 | 10:45 am | 0 Comment

LastMessage Will Send Alerts To Friends & Family When Phone Discharge

Now you can let your friends and family know when you may not be-able to be contacted so they can have peace of mind next time you don’t reply to a tweet, Facebook message, email or SMS. But, how? Through Last Message Apps. What Is Last Message Apps? LastMessage is a new android app that aims to alert your friends and family when your battery is discharged more...

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Why You Need “Go-To-People” In Your Startup Company?

By Martin at February 26, 2013 | 8:20 am | 0 Comment

Why You Need “Go-To-People” In Your Startup Company?

Go-to people get things done. As an entrepreneur, you need these people, and you need to be one, if you expect your startup to be successful. That may be easier said than done, since resumes do not tell the story, and without real nurturing, the best people won’t stay around long. To highlight how rare this breed is, Jeffrey Gandz of the Richard Ivey School of more...

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Flight Missed? Then Get Money Back Via Refund.me

By ajay at February 25, 2013 | 10:40 am | 0 Comment

Flight Missed? Then Get Money Back Via Refund.me

Do you know? If passengers are denied boarding on the flight they have booked – for example due to overbooking – they are entitled to a compensation payment of €250 to €600. Or If the flight is cancelled, air travellers have similar rights to those if denied boarding: they are entitled to compensation payments of up to €600 – depending on the distance more...

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How To Follow Steve Jobs’s Footsteps To Run Your Business

By Martin at February 25, 2013 | 8:25 am | 0 Comment

How To Follow Steve Jobs’s Footsteps To Run Your Business

Steve Jobs was one of those entrepreneurs who seemed universally either loved or hated, but not many will argue with his ability to innovate in the technology product arena over the years. He was instrumental in creating Apple, which has pioneered a dazzling array of new products, and even surpassed Microsoft, to become the world’s most valuable technology more...

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New Apps(Coffee Who) That Get Your Staff Talking Face To Face

By ajay at February 23, 2013 | 11:36 am | 0 Comment

New Apps(Coffee Who) That Get Your Staff Talking Face To Face

CoffeeWho: Coffee Who is a new startup that aims to help your employees have a face to face meetings with each other. By using this platform your company staff can build strong relationships with each other, share knowledge and solve problems over coffee. Easy To Use: All you need to do is just login to your Coffee Who and then the application will match you more...

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What Job Titles Should You Give To People In Your Startup?

By Martin at February 23, 2013 | 9:07 am | 0 Comment

What Job Titles Should You Give To People In Your Startup?

It’s your startup, so you can give early partners any title you want, but be aware of potential investor and peer implications. VCs and Angel investors like to see a startup that is running lean and mean, with no more than three or four of the conventional C-level or VP titles. More executives, or other more creative titles are seen as a big red flag. In reality, more...

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