A weekly curated newsletter on startups and technology.
After 342 weeks of curating, I’m handing the reigns to a new curator. Well, Chris McCann isn’t a new curator, he is the curator. Chris started StartupDigest in 2009, introducing budding builders to the world of startup entrepreneurship. Since giving me the opportunity to curate the digest weekly, Chris has gone on to invest and build with founders. He’s got a lot to share and will be a boon to the digest and our collective startup knowledge.
I’ve had a blast curating over the years. I’ve enjoyed uncovering relevant articles and discussing them with many of you. I’m looking forward to being an active reader of the digest with so many startup enthusiast.
Wishing you incredible success in your startup adventures!
Well. A business can know everything a customer wants, can have a desire to meet customer needs/wants, but if you don’t have an organization set to meet all of that – day in & day out, attitudinally & decision by decision — it is all for naught.
When tech investors talk about valuation as “multiples” on revenue, what does that really mean? We demystify the role of entry multiples and share the two factors that matter most in tech growth investing.
As Greenhouse’s CTO, Mike Boufford built an engineering team that grew from one to 60 in its first five years — with zero regrettable attrition. Here, Boufford shares the recruiting tactics and culture practices that made engineers want to stay, and then opens up about why he started encouraging them to consider leaving the nest.
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