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Startup Life in Budapest

As many of you may know, I am spending a little time in Budapest checking out what’s been happening in the entrepreneurial and women space over here. Continue reading

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“Women Like Men, Only Cheaper”

According to new research by Vivek Wadhwa from Stanford and Duke universities, and Lesa Mitchell, vice president at the Kauffman Foundation: “women-led private technology companies are more capital-efficient, achieve 35 percent higher return on investment, and, when venture-backed, bring in 12 percent higher revenue than male-owned tech companies”. Continue reading

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Australian Women Changing The Startup Game

Women entrepreneurs are not commonly found in the technology sector, however, this is all about to change. Continue reading

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Is being dumb the new black?

By Orsi Parkanyi, published in Shoestring Startups on July 11, 2012 Since when being smart and educated have become something to be ashamed of, while dropping out of uni and being unable to solve basic maths have become something to be proud of? What … Continue reading

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12 key things investors look for in web start-ups

12 key things investors look for in web start-ups By Oliver Milman from StartupSmart.com.au Friday, 06 July 2012 The fall of online retail business Shooii into administration this week is a further sobering reminder to entrepreneurs of the importance of cashflow. Despite only … Continue reading

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