How does a student who notices a parent’s pain bootstrap a profitable university guide?
Kong Pham and Jesse Jah wanted to teach guys how to talk to women…
How does a professor create a multimillion dollar tea company?
When you sit down in an airplane, what do you see in the seat pocket in front of you?
A few years ago, I had a sponsor here at Mixergy and I did their ads….
How did an uncool, chubby kid grow up to build one of the hottest fashion brands in the world?
Hugh Culver is the founder of Adventure Network, a company which helped adventurers like him go to Antarctica…
OfficeAuto Pilot: “Five Years Of Abject Failure Before We Found Any Traction At All” – with Landon Rayon Aug 30, 2013 - 9:00 AM PST
How does a founder who almost went bankrupt end up turning things around?
Poornima Vijayashanker had learned how to turn cash into slick products.
She was the founding engineer of Mint, which was sold to Intuit. That windfall funded her new startup, BizeeBee, a membership management tool for yoga studios.
Things were going great, until disaster struck.
After his previous company failed, Roger Dickey tried multiple product ideas before finding his hit…
How do you take a company that’s a startup and scale it into a big business that can actually grow without you?
Today’s guest says that the challenges of creating a startup that makes physical products don’t get discussed as much as pure software startups…