5 Reasons Investors Should Keep Their Eyes On Omaha, Nebraska


Here’s a word association game: what do you think of when you hear “Omaha, Nebraska”? Warren Buffett is known to avoid embracing new technologies ever since his famous remark during the dot-com bubble of the 1990s that he doesn’t invest in technology because he doesn’t understand it.

Students Show The Way For Technology Innovation At Microsoft Imagine Cup 2012


For over 350 students from 75 countries around the world participating in the upcoming worldwide finals of the Microsoft Imagine Cup in Sydney, things will certainly be tough – they will be pitted against each other with their ideas around technology innovation and entrepreneurship.

Invest in Israel Newsletter December 2011

VC Cafe

Microsoft bought visual identification video search engine Videosurf , which developed a technology that locates video clips on the Internet. Its technology scans video clips quickly, implements a thorough search of their content, including faces and events, and tags the various clips.

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VolunteerSpot Lands $1.5 Million Investment


ff Venture Capital of New York led the investment along with the Central Texas Angel Network, Nebraska Angel network, Angel List and Baylor Angel Network. Austin Technology San Antonio Technology Angellist Austin Central Texas Angel Network VolunteerSpotVolunteerSpot, which creates tools for moms, nonprofit organizers and others to coordinate volunteers, has received $1.5 million.

The 10 Best U.S. Cities to Start a Business in for 2016

Up and Running

If you know that you will need a large amount of outside financing to start your business, you may want to consider Lincoln, Nebraska. If you are interested in starting a business in Lincoln, check out these resources: Starting a Business in Nebraska. Nebraska One-Stop Business.

The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps – What America Does Best

Steve Blank

19 of the 21 teams are moving forward in commercializing their technology. He sits on the House committee that oversees the NSF - the Science, Space and Technology committee (a place where his engineering degree and PhD comes in handy.) Concentric Technology.

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Startup Lessons Learned

Michigan: Detroit Van Buren Minnesota: Minneapolis Missouri: Kirksville Montana: Bozeman Helena Missoula Pablo Nebraska: Lincoln Omaha Nevada: Las Vegas, /usr/lib, 520 Fremont St Las Vegas, CHSI Technologies, 770 Pilot Rd. 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.

After 20 years: Updating the Berkus Method of valuation


In 2005, Alan McCann created a graphic representation of the Method: Note that Allan changed the title of the risks from technology-execution-market-production to investment-marketing-execution-development. Well, it had to happen.

Getting high on your own Svpply: When who’s using the service is part of the product

This is going to be BIG.

If it doesn’t scale, you’ll wind up with Nebraska soccer moms adding Champion tube socks from Walmart.com. Tags: Venture Capital & Technology I learned about Svpply at Brooklyn Beta. It's a beautifully uncomplicated service--you share cool products and follow the shared products of others. Sharing is quick and easy.

Ending the Toll Roads to LP Fundraising

This is going to be BIG.

Picture this: Your family builds a tremendous business in Nebraska over four generations making black socks. Venture Capital & TechnologyYou make more black socks for more people in the western world than anyone. The next generation isn't interested in socks. One daughter is touring nationally with her punk band. The son is off in Africa combating disease with Doctors without Borders, and the other son. remember Woody Harrelson on Cheers?

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The LeanLaunch Pad at Stanford – Class 4: Customer Hypotheses

Steve Blank

as well as channel partners and cloud industry technology consultants. They also talked by phone to organic farmers in Nebraska and the Santa Cruz mountains. The Stanford Lean LaunchPad class was an experiment in a new model of teaching startup entrepreneurship. This post is part four.

Strategy Roundtable For Entrepreneurs: Menlo Park and The Silicon Valley Renaissance


Tom from Omaha, Nebraska, shared an update about what is going on in that part of the world, as did other audience members from New York City, Israel, and Columbus, Ohio. She has a master's degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The Venture Capital Secret: 3 Out of 4 Start-Ups Fail


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Transcript of Becoming a Great Leader, No Matter What Field You’re In

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You no longer have to be a big company to get great technology, great benefits, and great service to take care of your team. Transcript of Becoming a Great Leader, No Matter What Field You’re In written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. Back to Podcast. Transcript. This transcript is sponsored by our transcript partner – Rev – Get $10 off your first order. John Jantsch: Leadership is leadership.