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

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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.

Reflections On My 40th Birthday: Blogging, Business, Travel And A Party I Will Never Forget

Entrepreneurs-Journey.com by Yaro Starak

Diary Laptop Lifestyle birthday party croatia Cryptocurrency digital nomad iceland norway solar energy travel ukraine yaro yaro-travels yaro-travels-1On July 19th, 2019, I turned 40. When I was a teenager, I saw 40 as REALLY old. It was the age you properly became an adult. No more using youth as an excuse for anything, plus you have to consider things like visiting the doctor for prostate exams… yikes! As I got closer to […].

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Remote Bob: Remote Work is About Smooth Integration and Controlled Supervision

Transformify - Recruiting

She is Director of Remote Bob – a company connecting busy London leaders with a high-quality, affordable remote workforce from Croatia. On the other hand, the above-average price for the same deal in Croatia is 127.000GBP. unless, of course, they turn to outsourcing, and hire top-quality workers from somewhere else (in our case, from Croatia), and save up money without cutting on efficiency.

The Future of Entrepreneurship Hinges on Bringing People and Tech Together

ReadWriteStart

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. The five-day Croatia Island Takeover in June takes place on a private island; the event attendees will be the only people there. As any business leader could tell you, conferences are big business.

Founder Institute doubles down on Europe, now runs 10 startup accelerator programs continent-wide

The Next Web

The newly launched chapters are Zagreb (Croatia), Helsinki (Finland), Istanbul (Turkey), Rome (Italy) and Kyiv (Ukraine). The Founder Institute , the early-stage startup accelerator that aims to ‘globalize Silicon Valley’, is doubling down on Europe big time. As promised at the end of July , the organization has now announced the launch of five new programs across the continent, doubling its European presence to ten chapters across as many countries.

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Hit In The Head With An Apple

Feld Thoughts

But I couldn’t help writing, first to say hello after a long while (I did hear about the 3D printed tooth in Croatia…amazing!) I got an interesting email from a friend who has historically been a huge Apple fanboy. I asked him if I could repost it verbatim and he said yes. It follows – I’m curious what your response is to this.

Join a conference simulcast near you

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.

7 Historical Business Figures Who Shunned Higher Education

YoungUpstarts

Tesla studied at the Higher Real Gymnasium in Croatia, and did so well that his teachers thought he was cheating when he was able to perform calculus in his head. We’ve all heard of modern figures like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs who famously found success despite dropping out of school, but not a lot has been said about business figures from history that left school behind for a better life.

Generate and Transformify: Umbrella Solutions to Help Businesses Hire Top Talent Worldwide

Transformify - Recruiting

London, 18.08.2018. Transformify Recruitment CRM and Generate FS have joined forces to help employers hire top talent worldwide.

Where You Live Doesn't Matter Anymore But Your Mindset Sure Does

Babbling VC

Crap, the coastline of Croatia rocks. (OK, Surprisingly, after spending another week in the Valley, I've come to a conclusion that it really doesn't matter where you live anymore. As much as I believed for a long time that you had to be in the Valley to truly have the full benefit of the surroundings, this is no longer the case. Now don't get me wrong. You still have to get over there fairly regularly if you want to be on the cusp of innovation.

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

The Next Web

Startups in this class come from far and away, including Argentina, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, India, Japan, Italy, Latvia & Estonia, Spain, and Taiwan. 500 Startups has announced the 33 newest companies joining its accelerator program this Fall. It is a rather interesting and complex set of startups in the group and could be considered the most international, diverse, and exciting group in the history of the accelerator program so far.

26 Entrepreneurs Explain What They Love About Being An Entrepreneur

Hearpreneur

I have worked while sailing Croatia and Greece in the Summer and hopping every Christmas market in Europe in the Winter. Being in love is great. Being in love with your business, when you’re an entrepreneur, is even better. Waking up each morning knowing you are getting to do exactly what you love is more than most people could ever say about any “job” they have had.

Our 7 favorite startups from the Wayra London 2013 demo day

The Next Web

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. The Telefonica-backed Wayra London incubator officially opened its doors last year, but its current intake of startups have only called it home for around seven months. Last night it was finally time for Wayra demoDay 2013 – a chance for the fledgling startups to draw interest and offers of cash from a crowd of more than 200 investors.

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

Rob Go

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

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

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Croatia) – [link]. Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my own Twitter account , I post links to posts or videos I enjoyed reading or viewing.

Crushing It With Competitive Intelligence Analysis: Best Metrics, Reports

Occam's Razor

If you are in Croatia, you might not have very good CI data for your country (you'll have to make do with relaxing on your world-class beaches that are the envy of the world!). Half-way through this post, you'll seriously wonder why you've spent so much time obsessing with Adobe/Google Analytics/Chartbeat or other web analytics tool.

Here are The Missing Positives of This Election

Both Sides of the Table

Liberia, Argentina, Bangladesh, Lithuania, Trinidad, Brazil, Kosovo, Slovenia, Denmark, Jamaica, South Korea, Norway, Poland & Croatia. It’s hard to feel any positives these days: We’re in the eye of the storm. We’re at peak anxiety. Maximum rancor. We’ve already blocked family members on Facebook or unfollowed obnoxious people on Twitter. We’ve scratched our heads at how one of Silicon Valley’s brightest could back a candidate so overtly racist.

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. One of the earliest things we did at NextView when my partners and I started working together was go away as a team to the New Hampshire mountains. At the time, I think we didn’t even had a name for the fund.

The Marketing Analytics Intersect: My Newsletter!

Occam's Razor

Ex: The average mobile traffic for newspapers in Croatia is 88%, but our Croatian newspaper only gets 18%. I want you to sign up for something very, very special I'm doing: Writing short stories from the intersection of marketing and analytics. My goal is to get you promoted, you are going to love it. Please do sign up. But, first, as you've come to expect from this blog… Context…. Should you own or rent?

Create High-Impact Data Visualizations: Nine Effective Strategies

Occam's Razor

UK, Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia. I believe deeply in the value of making data accessible. In service of that belief, there are few things that bring me as much joy as visualizing data (smart segmentation comes close). There is something magical about taking the tons and tons of complexity that lurks in our data, being able to find the core essence, and then illustrate that simply. The result then is both a mind and heart connection that drives action with a sense of urgency. winning.