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Build Your User Base with These Human Behavior Hacks

As Director of User Experience at Yammer (and therefore Microsoft), Cindy Alvarez spends her time thinking deeply about why people do what they do. Here's what she's learned.

Are you taking necessary risks or missing out on good business opportunities in Singapore due to your fears? Business Opportunities, Social Media Marketing, Singapore, Web Design, Concept, Technology, Reading, Food Tech, Startups

Foundr's Comprehensive Guide to Business Models - Foundr

Ever wondered how your favorite comedy website makes money? How about that free file-sharing program you use everyday? And what about that RPG that you’re spending all of your free time playing (and some of your not-so-free time)? Some businesses make their money in obvious ways—put a product on

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Kickstart your branding using mood boards

As a startup one of the most important things you’ll need to do is to build a strong brand. There will be an array of people interacting and influencing your brand such as interns, designers, developers and marketers. This is why it's important that everyone understands the general brand tone. By going through a mood board session early on - before any designs have been created, you can ensure that everyone has a better grasp on the brand vision. This prevents disappointment and lofty…

CB Insights: The food tech category encompasses everything from Grubhub-Seamless competitors to laboratories designing plant-based meat. The bulk of funding has gone to food delivery startups, whic… Portrait Robot, Tech Image, Dr H, Food Tech, Nutrition And Dietetics, Big Data, Food Design, Free Food, Insight

The Periodic Table of Food Tech

100+ startups disrupting the way we eat and drink

A lot of people misuse the term “MVP” or Minimum Viable Product. To be clear an MVP is not a beta, not a prototype, but rather an experiment What Is Need, Food Tech, Startups, Experiment, Building, People, Buildings, People Illustration, Construction

Build an MVP, Not a Beta

A lot of people misuse the term “MVP” or Minimum Viable Product. To be clear an MVP is not a beta, not a prototype, but rather an experiment

Specialist cocktail bar group Be At One has secured a leasehold agreement for a new site in Bournemouth, meaning the group now has 33 sites in its portfolio. Red Lion Pub, Food Tech, Catering Equipment, Bournemouth, London Life, Cool Bars, Neon Lighting, Night Club, Neon Signs

Be At One founders: ‘Learn from our mistakes’

Be At One could have failed if its three founders didn’t stick to what they knew best – cocktails. But have you ever wondered why the 30-strong chain doesn’t do food? Well, food almost crippled the fledgling business in the late 90s. Nicholas Robinson learns the lessons pubs can take at the group’s 18th birthday bash.

10 things I learned from looking at 600 pitch deck reviews | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Zz Twainy, Roko Labs Food Tech, Startups, Labs, Pitch, Entrepreneur, Deck, Messages, Learning, Front Porches

10 things I learned from looking at 600 pitch deck reviews

Getting face time with a venture capitalist or angel investor can be next to impossible. Often you have to rely on quick intros, a pitch competition, or a friend’s promise to pass along a message. Once you have a foot in the door, you’ll need to win over an investor with your pitch deck. Tailoring t…

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9 Metrics to Help You Make Wise Decisions about Your Start-Up

Revenue is the most important metric when it comes to starting a business. But it’s not the only metric you should be concerned with. Of course some companies have gotten very creative when it comes to justifying their business model to investors...Read More.

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8 Ingredients Every App and Software Business Plan Needs

These factors are important to consider and forecast before you launch your business.

Guy Kawasaki shares the layout for a perfect pitch. “Your Startup’s Pitch Needs Only These 10 Slides” is published by Larry Kim in Marketing and Entrepreneurship Guy Kawasaki, Marketing Plan, Business Marketing, Online Marketing, Business Entrepreneur, Business Infographics, Marketing Communications, Inbound Marketing, Affiliate Marketing

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Working with food startups on the surface level (branding and marketing) has given me an insight into some of the grit and hustle that goes into getting brand exposure - but I wondered about the other cogs in the machine. Food Tech, A Food, Cogs, Startups, Create, Hustle, Insight, Surface, Branding

Seven Tips for Creating a Food Startup - Advice From Successful Foodie Founders

Working with food startups on the surface level (branding and marketing) has given me an insight into some of the grit and hustle that goes into getting...

The Net Promoter Score is used to gauge the customer satisfaction with a company’s product or service and customer loyalty to a brand. Customer Experience, Being Used, Scores, Promotion, This Or That Questions, Food Tech, Startups, People, Folk

How to use the Net Promoter Score to build a product people love

The term building a product that people love is frequently used in the startup world. But love is not a binary thing and it would be great to have some way of measuring if your product is loved, by how much, by whom and to surface suggestions for how to improve the product. Fortunately, the Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a simple and powerful metric that gives you all three. I find it is the most useful metric for understanding how your customers perceive your product and for generating insight…

Diary of an entrepreneur: Dealing with investors, lawyers and deadlines Food Tech, Lawyers, Startups, Starting A Business, Investors, Entrepreneur, Learning, Studying, Lawyer

Diary of an entrepreneur: Dealing with investors, lawyers and deadlines | Startups.co.uk

Starting a business isn't always straightforward. To help you get your idea off the ground, Startups.co.uk blogger Lana Elie is back with her latest column. Reflecting on three key lessons she learnt from the early days of starting her floristry […]

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Diary of an entrepreneur: What I learnt from crowdfunding | Startups.co.uk

Floom founder Lana Elie reflects on the things she wishes she knew before taking to Crowdcube... and explains how she raised £100,000 over her target