In this slidecast, Diego May, co-founder and CEO of Junar presents: Powering the Data Economy. The new Startup is focused on delivering the easiest-to-use, cloud-based Open Data platform and providing best practices for its clients.
Open Data is fast becoming the next defining theme for business and government because information drives innovation and collaboration,” said Diego May, CEO and co-founder of Junar. “And Junar is already the engine for hundreds of organizations who are opening data and for millions of end users who use that information today. As we rapidly move to a society dominated by information and services, Junar is busy powering that transformation and the Data Economy.”
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In this video episode of This Week in Startups, Google’s Don Dodge interviewed Jason Calacanis about his entrepreneurial background and his formative years in New York.
In this video, Steve Case from Startup America and The Case Foundation shares his thoughts, insights and perspective on why entrepreneurship is the future of America. The talk was recorded at the Tech Cocktail’s Startup Mixology Conference on June 16, 2011.
In this video, the good folks from Sumazi show you how their Startup intelligently connects you to the people you don’t know but should.
We leverage your personal and extended networks to discover and introduce you to the people and opportunities that can potentially change your world.
Sumazi was founded by Sun Microsystems alum Sumaya Kazi. The service is currently in Beta, but it looks to be launching shortly.
In this slidecast, Rob Hess from HooplaHa describes how the Startup’s new web site helps you begin every day with a smile.
I believe that the best way to have a positive outlook is to surround ourselves with positive influences, positive people, positive stories and positive thoughts, said founder Rick Fernandes. “That’s what inspired me to create HooplaHa.”
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In this video, successful founders and operators of web-based subscription business discuss the keys to successfully building and growing online businesses driven by subscription sales.
The pane is moderated by Jason Nazar (CEO, Docstoc.com), joined by Josh Meyers CEO of People Media a subsidiary of Match.com, Jeff Tinsley CEO and Founder of MyLife, Robert Angarita Co-Founder of Cramster (recently sold to Chegg) and Mark Kapczynski VP of Corp Dev at Experian.
In this video, Jerry Nettuno, Founder and CEO of Schedulicity describes how the company helps service businesses schedule appointments.
Long gone are the days of juggling phone calls and appointment books or compromising the daily work flow to schedule future appointments. It only takes 15 minutes for a small business to get started on Schedulicity and costs less than $1 a day. Clients are able to search and book for free within seconds from anywhere, any time. With over 50 percent of appointments being booked after business hours, you could be filling your open appointments while sleeping!”