Hello everyone my name is Alan Hyman and I have had my own business for over ten years helping startups by being a startup. I was interviewed by Ashwin Gopi. His link on OpenIDEO is here: http://www.openideo.com/profiles/500520676/
To be successful, to be really good at something, it is vital to learn and grow from opportunities. In the entrepreneurial space, it is even more important to maximize the growth obtained from every experience.
For three days 2500 Entrepreneurs, Startups, Bloggers and Investors from many EU countries will focus on rising startups and fresh trends. Interestingly, the organisers have asked potential attendees what they would like...
An online funding platform for creative start-ups.
Could do something similar by using social networks to potentially link start up projects and founders with like minded individuals who can contribute small amounts in return for early access.
RentStuff.com is a start-up launched by a team of Vanderbilt Owen MBA students at Nashville, Tennessee (US). The goal is to help people to earn profits by renting their stuff, and to take care of the environment by reducing unnecesary consumption.
Innovation starts with creative individuals being able to find each other and build valuable relationships. Coworking spaces are vital hubs for entrepreneurs and are a place where creative communities can develop, thrive and attract global talent.
Idea and knowledge sharing is important for successful web entrepreneurs. Many times web entrepreneurs may isolate themselves but face-to-face interactions allow for better brainstorming and knowledge transfer. This maybe an idea to expand upon.