Join us for Inno on Fire and hear from some of Chicago’s top startup founders – Chicago Business Journal

Join us for Inno on Fire and hear from some of Chicago’s top startup founders  Chicago Business Journal
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Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches during first Topeka selection day – The Ottawa Herald

Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches during first Topeka selection day  The Ottawa Herald
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Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches during first Topeka selection day – Dodge City Daily Globe

Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches during first Topeka selection day  Dodge City Daily Globe
“startups when:1d” – Google News

Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches at first Topeka selection day – The Topeka Capital-Journal

Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches at first Topeka selection day  The Topeka Capital-Journal
“sweden startups when:7d” – Google News

Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches at first Topeka selection day – The Topeka Capital-Journal

Plug and Play, founding partners hear startup pitches at first Topeka selection day  The Topeka Capital-Journal
“sweden startups when:7d” – Google News

Would love to hear your advice…

Back in March I created a working breadboard version of my product. Zoom ahead to today and I now have that breadboard on a printed circuit board (rev 3 of the pcb, sigh… the first two revs turned into asian paper weights, but I learned a lot in the process) with a 3d printed enclosure.

I'm a totally rookie at this so here's what I was thinking for next steps, would love to hear your advice.

1.) Get product in front of people. I have five working prototypes so I'm hoping to sprinkle them around town where I live.

2.) Watch people use the product and collect feedback.

3.) If all goes well, manufacture more and see if I can turn this into a business. To date only a hand full of people have seen the product but for each person who has seen it, it gets rave reviews so I hopeful I have a winner on my hands. 😀

This is kinda where I come off the rails. I'm an engineer at my core and the business side gets a bit lost on me. Should I incorporate, then open bank account, then pound the pavement to see if I can sell my product. Any thoughts or suggestions would be great!

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How did NPCI build a world-class payments system from India? Hear Dilip Asbe at TechSparks 2020 – YourStory

How did NPCI build a world-class payments system from India? Hear Dilip Asbe at TechSparks 2020  YourStory
“startups when:1d” – Google News

I’m 12 and I’m thinking that Boards need the thoughts of people of my age when deciding their strategy (and the world impact). I would like to hear your opinions and suggestions on how to start with an empty (that’s the value) resume. Would you hire me in your board?

I'm 12 and I'm thinking that Boards need the thoughts of people of my age when deciding their strategy (and the world impact). I would like to hear your opinions and suggestions on how to start with an empty (that's the value) resume. Would you hire me in your board?

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CEO/Founders on here, have you ever given a key employee equity? If so do you usually go with stock options (ESOs) or Ordinary shares? I’d love to hear some stories of your experience with giving equity.

I have an employee who wants shares, but it doesn't make sense to me to do this, as the company is already generating enough money to give him a salary, but I want him to be motivated, so surely ESO would be the way to go here?

Feel free to share any experiences you've had either on the employer or employee end.

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Hear from Postmates, Refraction AI and FedEx about autonomous delivery at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 – TechCrunch

Hear from Postmates, Refraction AI and FedEx about autonomous delivery at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020  TechCrunch
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