In this video, Angel Investor and author Bob Gilbreath discusses how to build a community of entrepreneurs.
In this video, Ed Lucero demonstrates Eventster, an event discovery app now available for IOS devices. It comes to us from Tackable, a Silicon Valley Startup that found that its photo sharing technology was really more interesting to folks looking to find and share event experiences.
Events are perfect for mobile,” Lucero said. “Open up the app, and within seconds, you’re checking out the most anticipated live events happening in your city this weekend. Our promise: Never be bored again. Or, you know, become a little more interesting than you were before.”
I got a chance to talk to the folks at Eventster this week, so I downloaded the app for myself. My reaction: “Finally, something that uses Facebook that might actually be useful for business!”
In this video, Jay Miletsky of MyPod Studios presents an overview of the company’s online video content network.
MyPod Studios, launched in October, 2010, was built to provide an alternative to the standard issue video networks that litter the Web, and take a slightly more unique approach to presenting online video.”
In this video, Kyle Bylin leads a panel discusson on “Why Most Music Startups Fail.” Recorded at Music Biz 2012.
There are no shortage of startups working to transform how we discover, market and monetize music, but most of them will fail. Are they being defeated by licensing or are these technologists trying to fix problems that most consumers don’t really have?
Larry Marcus, Walden Venture Capital
Mike Dougherty, Jelli Radio
Joey Flores, Earbits
Brenden Mulligan, OneSheet
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.”
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.