Sat.Nov 18, 2017

Plex evolves the Analyst Summit

deal architect

I get invited to a number of user conferences. I must admit I often feel I am intruding there on customer time with vendor executives. I much prefer smaller analyst summits and Plex has honed such summits to an art

Book: The Entrepreneur’s Roadmap – From Concept to IPO

Feld Thoughts

The NYSE recently published a book – The Entrepreneur’s Roadmap – From Concept to IPO that I’ve been involved in. I wrote a chapter and made a number of introductions to the team working on the book that resulted in a number of other chapters. The book covers a variety of stages of company development, including: The Seed Stage: Starting a Company. The Growth Stage: Scaling the Business. Late Stage: Preparing for the next chapter. The Exit: Strategies and Options.

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RackN’s Rob Hirschfeld Discusses the Importance of Storytelling for Startups on Ideas to Invoices


Rob Hirschfeld is the founder and CEO at RackN, an Austin-based startup which makes software to automate data centers. Hirschfeld has 15 years of experience in the cloud and infrastructure industry. He has served four terms on the OpenStack Foundation Board and previously worked as an executive at Dell. He’s also a serial entrepreneur. On […]. The post RackN’s Rob Hirschfeld Discusses the Importance of Storytelling for Startups on Ideas to Invoices appeared first on SiliconHills.

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Executive Leadership in Product Management #jobs

The Product Guy

If you are a great product person looking for a great product job, or vice versa, check out our job board. Thousands of employers across all areas of product, from management to design, from digital to physical, are looking to fill positions from our community. Each week we highlight some of the recently posted openings. Check out this week’s newest, below….

Michelle Obama Just Explained How to Be Successful in 6 Short Words

Inc Startups

The former first lady is known for her pithy and inspirational comments. This time she outdid herself.


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This Controversial Brand is valued More Highly Than Coke, Starbucks or Nike (No, It's Not Uber)

Inc Startups

What has got into us? See what this study says. Behind the Brand


10 Principles For New Ventures To Weather The Storm

Startup Professionals Musings

A perfect storm is an expression that describes an event where a rare combination of circumstances aggravates an environment drastically.

This Famous Airline Just Decided That Those Who Paid the Least Will Board Last (Cue the Rage)

Inc Startups

Some see people-shaming here. Best-Kept Travel Secrets


Signs Your Business is Ready For Global Expansion

The Startup Magazine

Creating a successful business is no accident. A lot of hard work and sacrifice will go into taking a business to the next level. If have achieved all of the success you could dream of in your existing market, then global expansion is a great option.

Oh, No. Starbucks' New Holiday Cups Are Starting to Offend People After All (And How)

Inc Startups

It seemed like it was going to be a quiet Christmas for the coffee chain. Marketing

Weekend Favs November 18

Duct Tape Marketing

Weekend Favs November 18 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week.

The 2 Truths That Reveal Why We Don't Accomplish Our Goals (And Ultimately Accept Failure)

Inc Startups

Failure is more of a choice than we think. Innovate


How To Create A Winning SEO Strategy

YFS Magazine

Create an SEO strategy that can evolve and adapt with the times so that when inevitable changes occur, you will be ready to meet them. Grow Marketing & Sales marketing online marketing search engine optimization seo

Every Meaningful Innovation Needs a Transformation In Behaviors to Create Real Value

Inc Startups

Technology alone cannot drive change. Innovate

If You Work at Google or Apple, I Need You To Read This Post About Charity & “FlashMobs for Good.”

Hunter Walker

There are 43 days left in 2017. That’s not many for any of us, but it’s an especially important countdown if you work at Google, Apple or any other tech company which has an employer match program for charitable donations. Have you maxed out your match yet? Please consider doing so and let me give you an idea for a fun way involving your team and colleagues.