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Category Archives: Spoke Software
For all the critics from the sidelines of any game, politics, business, investing, startups, parenting, charity, and even football. Some people are hitting Groupon now. “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the … Continue reading
We have all seen it. A startup has initial success with an innovative business concept, an early product, a first or second round of capital and a spurt of revenue growth. Then suddenly, its momentum stalls. More than 50% of … Continue reading
Internet startups have been getting cheaper to build for 10 years. So why is it more important than ever not to run out of cash? We built MerchantCircle into one of the 100 most trafficked U.S. sites and I honestly … Continue reading
I heard two things recently. “Silicon Valley is a multi-inning game, relationships matter.“ And. “I am all business, I don’t care about relationships.” The first statement came from a seasoned venture capitalist with 20 years of experience. His point is … Continue reading
I will not be adding another non failure from Stanford GSB today. All my very successful friends from GSB are now asking so I think I have a blog a day for about 60 days. Instead I wanted to call … Continue reading
One of my favorite deals is doing some really interesting things on search related to jobs. I did trovix.com about a year ago with USVP who I created Spoke with. Great deep technology.