Many words have been written about the startup life. Few capture the essence of the struggle better than Latin poet Prudentius in the “Psychomachia,” or “Battle for the Soul of […]
How might we prepare students for the 21st century workforce and/or to lead 21st century communities? That was the challenge for educators, designers, developers and business folks at Twin Cities […]
Plug and Play helps startups grow. Founded in 2006, the seed and early-stage technology investment firm is in the business of building businesses. PNP is opening a Los Angeles hub for […]
One is a lonely number for startups. That is why multiple founders are preferred — they are too many things to do for one person to create a successful business. Drew Falkman and I are […]
Every journey begins with a step. But sometimes, success requires traveling thousands of miles.
LA Uncubed isn’t a job fair. It’s a block party for hiring startups and Los Angeles’ brightest developers, designers and business minds.
What happens in Las Vegas will be told with Evrybit.
Welcome to Evrybit. The world’s greatest mobile storytelling app. We’re glad you’re here.
Many people say Los Angeles is becoming the new Silicon Valley. The idea became a reality at LaunchFEST on March 11.
Launch Festival 2015 is in the books.
Day 2 of Launch Festival 2015 is underway. After a thrilling Day 1, the next generation of startup leaders and innovators are ready to continue their quests to change the world.
What happens in Vegas will be told with Evrybit. We have been selected to exhibit at Collision Conference in Las Vegas as part of the Collide Program.
Launch Festival celebrates entrepreneurship. The 2015 event takes place March 2-4 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco and expects to draw over 11,000 entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists […]
Evrybit has a new look. We haven’t rolled out our MVP yet, and our embed story design — how Evrybit stories look embedded on websites for mobile, tablet and Web […]
Ninety percent of startups fail. But if entrepreneurs follow these nine rules, a startup has a chance to be a 10 percenter.