12 Questions: Meet Tin Ba?i? (Croatia)

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In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING community. For these interviews, we pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a better community. Tin lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia. I was born in a small country called Croatia, somewhere between central and southeastern Europe, with a 5.800 km long beautiful coast and 1.246 islands.

The Future of Entrepreneurship Hinges on Bringing People and Tech Together

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Entrepreneurship is up and down for the whole family; it’s important to create a community to support them through the big wins and devastating losses.”. Baby Bathwater’s event schedule expanded to include members-only events twice a year; in 2018, the group is hosting an event near Split, Croatia, for the first time, and it believes this experience will accelerate everything it’s done before. As any business leader could tell you, conferences are big business.

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21 Entrepreneurs Reveal Their Favorite Business or Entrepreneur Turnaround Story

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Also, he is now one of the owners of Buggati, which is a huge success for an entrepreneur from such a small country as Croatia. They're also dedicated to giving back to the community and their employees, who each receive three pints of ice cream per day.

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Startup Lessons Learned

One of the most important things we do with The Lean Startup Conference is make a livestream of the plenary talks available for free to groups around the world, supporting entrepreneurship communities everywhere. The number of hosts has grown annually, and this year, we have 200+ groups joining us on Monday, December 3. They represent more than 10,000 people total. If you're not attending the conference in person, consider meeting up with one of these groups to watch.

Transformify: The Sustainable Platform for Remote Jobs

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It was a growing community of people who enjoyed their digital nomad lifestyle. Having a remote team distributed across the globe allows providing quality customer service even if part of the world is hit by an earthquake which unfortunately happened in Croatia.

Twitter Link Roundup #56 – Small Business, Social Media, Design, Copywriting, Marketing And More

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Croatia) – [link]. Tags: Awesomeness How To Interviews Reviews Strategy Technology business community crowdsourcing design inspiration marketing social media start-up tips writing advertising copywriting entrepreneur entrepreneurship facebook industrial deisgn leadership packaging design pr product design public relations small biz small business startup twitter

500 Startups unveils its Fall 2012 accelerator lineup: More international and more sh*t founders say

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Startups in this class come from far and away, including Argentina, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, India, Japan, Italy, Latvia & Estonia, Spain, and Taiwan. Hunie: community for designers to help them get feedback from their peers. 500 Startups has announced the 33 newest companies joining its accelerator program this Fall.

Our 7 favorite startups from the Wayra London 2013 demo day

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In finding that solution, his team created iHelp – a community driven emergency network. So if an emergency happens and an SOS alert is sent, all the members of the iHelp community in the local area receive it. Launching first in the UK, Bulgaria, Germany and Croatia, iHelp is currently looking for £500,000 to expand its network and build into new markets.

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Making MA More Competitive – An Innovative Way Around the H-1B Visa Cap

Rob Go

There was great news yesterday in the MA entrepreneurial community when Governor Patrick proposed sweeping legislation to ban companies from enforcing non-compete agreements. Four of our portfolio company founders are from other countries (India, Estonia, Croatia, and Canada). I’m really excited about this, and think that it will have a big impact.

Looking Back On Our First Couple Years at NextView

Rob Go

Some of our most interesting companies have originated in places like Estonia (GrabCAD), Croatia (Farmeron) and Omaha (SkyVu), although all have either moved or have a significant presence in a major tech hub like SF, Boston, or NY. Stepping back to the big picture, it’s remarkable to see how quickly things change in the VC and entrepreneurial community.