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All In Startup

Author : Diana Kander
ISBN : 9781118857670
Genre : Business & Economics
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If Owen Chase can't find a way to turn his company around in thenext nine days, he'll be forced to shut it down and lay off all ofhis employees. He has incurred substantial debt and his marriage ison shaky ground. Through pure happenstance, Owen finds himself pondering thisproblem while advancing steadily as a contestant at the WorldSeries of Poker. His Las Vegas path quickly introduces him toSamantha, a beautiful and mysterious mentor with a revolutionaryapproach to entrepreneurship. Sam is a fountain of knowledge thatmay save his company, but her sexual advances might prove too muchfor Owen's struggling marriage. All In Startup is more than just a novel about eschewingtemptation and fighting to save a company. It is a lifeline forentrepreneurs who are thinking about launching a new idea or forthose who have already started but can't seem to generate thetraction they were expecting. Entrepreneurs who achieve success in the new economy do so using anew "scientific method" of innovation. All In Startupdemonstrates why four counterintuitive principles separatesuccessful entrepreneurs from the wanna-preneurs who bounce fromidea to idea, unable to generate real revenue. You will likely get only one opportunity in your life to go "allin" in on an idea: to quit your job, talk your spouse into lettingyou drain the savings account, and follow your dream. All InStartup will prepare you for that "all in" moment and makesure that you push your chips into the middle only when the oddsare in your favor. This book holds the keys to significantlyde-risking your idea so that your success appears almostlucky. Join Owen and Sam for this one-of-a-kind journey that will set youon the right path for when it's your turn to put everything on theline.
Category: Business & Economics

Windows Vista All In One Desk Reference For Dummies

Author : Woody Leonhard
ISBN : 0470126450
Genre : Computers
File Size : 22.7 MB
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With Vista, Windows has had an extreme makeover. Many of the features that were old friends in Windows XP now look and act differently. And if you’re thinking of upgrading to Vista but haven’t done it yet, wow — there are eight different versions! How do you know which one to choose? That’s easy — look in Book One of Windows Vista All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies. Windows expert Woody Leonhard starts off this everything-you-want-to-know-about -Vista guide by helping you choose the version that fits your needs. He follows that with minibooks Two through Nine, each devoted to one specific area — setting up, securing, and customizing Vista, going online, adding cool hardware, getting the most from multimedia, exploring Vista video, and setting up a network. You’ll find out about: Ripping and burning discs of data, music, or movies Organizing desktop files and folders Collecting and editing your digital photos in the Photo Gallery Controlling users, making backups, and maintaining your system Locking down your system to deflect spam, scams, spyware, phishers, and viruses Exploring alternatives to Internet Explorer Adding hard drives, printers, key drives, USB hubs, and other hardware Making movies, adding music to your iPod, and setting up Media Center Covering almost anything you will ever need to know for a long and happy relationship with Vista, Windows Vista All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies is a guide you’ll refer to again and again.
Category: Computers

Startup Ceo

Author : Matt Blumberg
ISBN : 9781118683156
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 46.53 MB
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A definitive book for any CEO—first time or otherwise—of a high-growth company While big company CEOs are usually groomed for the job for years, startup CEOs aren't—and they're often young and relatively inexperienced in business in general. Author Matt Blumberg, a technology and marketing entrepreneur, knows this all too well. Back in 1999, he started a company called Return Path, which later became the driving force behind the creation of his blog, OnlyOnce—because "you're only a first time CEO once." Now, more than a decade later, he's written Startup CEO. As the fifth book in the StartUp Revolution series, this reliable resource is based on Blumberg's experience as a startup CEO and covers a number of issues he's faced over the dozen years he's been a CEO. Offers valuable insights into how the CEO sets the overall vision and strategy of the company and communicates it to all stakeholders Discusses how to build a company's human capital by recruiting, hiring, and retaining the very best talent Examines how a CEO must align available resources with the company's strategy in order to ensure success Addresses what it takes to master the "How" of being a CEO—from leading an executive team to managing in any type of market Engaging and informative, this book is essential reading for any, and every, CEO.
Category: Business & Economics

The Startup Of Seinfeld

Author : R. Scott Livengood
ISBN : 1735175609
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How does Kramer exemplify the entrepreneurial process? How does George's penchant for risk taking prepare him to be a better entrepreneur than Jerry? What important trends for potential entrepreneurial opportunities does Elaine miss? What does Newman's attempt to be entrepreneurial teach us about the disruption of traditional value chains and business models?The Startup of Seinfeld is written by a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship who can't watch an episode of Seinfeld without thinking about its implications for aspiring entrepreneurs. Although not intended to be a how-to textbook for creating a successful startup, this book presents concepts and principles of entrepreneurship and then links the reader to actual Seinfeld clips as a context for their application. A fresh twist on "edutainment," this multimedia approach combines words, graphics, and video to bring the worlds of academia and popular culture together.Get your internet-connected device ready and dive into a realm of entrepreneurship that transforms the greatest show about nothing into?something."This multimedia book is a serious introduction to entrepreneurship, but it's also seriously fun." - William Irwin, editor of Seinfeld and Philosophy: A Book about Everything and Nothing"Livengood brings a fresh and innovative perspective to entrepreneurship education . . . I'm all in for this book!" - Diana Kander, author of All-in Startup"This book is a must for every entrepreneur or wannabe. Not just informative, but also clever and fun. A winning combination from a guy who knows his stuff." - Ray Lindstrom, author of FEARLESS! Confessions of a Serial Entrepreneur
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Startup Life

Author : Brad Feld
ISBN : 9781118443644
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89.94 MB
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Real life insights on what it takes to make it in a relationship with an entrepreneur Entrepreneurs are always on the go, looking for the next "startup" challenge. And while they lead very intensely rewarding lives, time is always short and relationships are often long-distant and stressed because of extended periods apart. Coping with these, and other obstacles, are critical if an entrepreneur and their partner intend on staying together—and staying happy. In Startup Life, Brad Feld—a Boulder, Colorado-based entrepreneur turned-venture capitalist—shares his own personal experiences with his wife Amy, offering a series of rich insights into successfully leading a balanced life as a human being who wants to play as hard as he works and who wants to be as fulfilled in life and in work. With this book, Feld distills his twenty years of experience in this field to addresses how the village of startup people can put aside their workaholic ways and lead rewarding lives in all respects. Includes real-life examples of entrepreneurial couples who have had successful relationships and what works for them Provides practical advice for adapting to change and overcoming the inevitable ups and downs associated with the entrepreneurial lifestyle Written by Brad Feld, a thought-leader in this field who has been an early-stage investor and successful entrepreneur for more than twenty years While there's no "secret formula" to relationship success in the world of the entrepreneur, there are ways to making navigation of this territory easier. Startup Life is a well-rounded guide that has the insights and advice you need to succeed in both your personal and business life.
Category: Business & Economics

The Tao Of Startups

Author : James LaLonde
ISBN : 1732836817
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This book, "The Tao of Startups: A guidebook for your entrepreneurial life (a step-by-step, how to guide for doing a successful startup)" is the one book you need if you are considering doing, or in the process of doing, a startup. Face it. Odds-wise you have a much better chance of becoming a pro athlete than a successful startup entrepreneur. Internationally successful serial entrepreneur James LaLonde takes you through the key things you need to get right in the early days of your startup before you turn the next 5+ years of your life and your startup into a stress-laden nightmare. How to do all the things that most first-time entrepreneurs get wrong or ignore are here in this book: - How to select the right co-founders- How to build a winning Minimum Viable Product (MVP)- How to make a bulletproof pitch deck and then successfully use it to get VC funding also, a lot of essential information that has never been organized and gathered in one place is all here: - All the ways you can get funding without giving up precious equity to VCs- How to split the equity between co-founders to ensure its fair and won't end up being a point of contention that destroys your startup- How to set the valuation for your startup and how to get investors to accept it- How to get through all the investor meetings and the inevitable due diligence so you can get the investment you need to grow your business- and much more! The author, James LaLonde, is a sought-after speaker and startup mentor with 15 years of doing multiple startups in Silicon Valley, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Beijing. In addition to his startup and investment activities, James serves as a professor of entrepreneurship at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing (affiliated with Loyola University) and is a mentor for ChinaAccelerator, Stanford University Graduate School of Business and The Beijing Center. The materials contained in this book have perfected over years of the author's actual startup experience, thousands of hours of startup founder mentoring, hundreds of hours of presentations and university lectures to people who are planning to start companies. The book gives you everything you need to get you and your startup team and product launched and funded without any fluff or non-essential filler. The 8-minute presentation that formed the genesis of this book idea and subsequent university course is on YouTube. Feel free to have a look at the video before you buy to get a feel for the content: https: //youtu.be/3Goi2z-7bXQ
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Fundamentals Of Software Startups

Author : Anh Nguyen-Duc
ISBN : 3030359824
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 83.77 MB
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This book discusses important topics for engineering and managing software startups, such as how technical and business aspects are related, which complications may arise and how they can be dealt with. It also addresses the use of scientific, engineering, and managerial approaches to successfully develop software products in startup companies. The book covers a wide range of software startup phenomena, and includes the knowledge, skills, and capabilities required for startup product development; team capacity and team roles; technical debt; minimal viable products; startup metrics; common pitfalls and patterns observed; as well as lessons learned from startups in Finland, Norway, Brazil, Russia and USA. All results are based on empirical findings, and the claims are backed by evidence and concrete observations, measurements and experiments from qualitative and quantitative research, as is common in empirical software engineering. The book helps entrepreneurs and practitioners to become aware of various phenomena, challenges, and practices that occur in real-world startups, and provides insights based on sound research methodologies presented in a simple and easy-to-read manner. It also allows students in business and engineering programs to learn about the important engineering concepts and technical building blocks of a software startup. It is also suitable for researchers at different levels in areas such as software and systems engineering, or information systems who are studying advanced topics related to software business.
Category: Business & Economics

Starting A Business All In One For Dummies

Author : Bob Nelson
ISBN : 9781119565208
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 22.9 MB
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Starting a business? Don't sweat it! With all-new content and updates reflecting the latest laws, business climate, and startup considerations, Starting a Business All-In-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition, is the book you need if you’re starting a business today. Inside, you’ll find the most important practical advice you need to start any type of business from the ground up, distilled from 10 bestselling For Dummies business titles. Covering all startup business phases through the first year of operation, this guide will help you turn your winning idea into a winning business plan. You’ll get simple step-by-step instructions as you go, all the way to marketing, branding, taxes, and human resources. Start up a dream business from scratch Write a winning business plan Secure financing Manage your risks successfully Navigate your first year of operation If you’re a go-getter looking for a way to launch a great idea and be your own boss, Starting a Business All-In-One For Dummies prepares you to beat the odds and become successful in your sector.
Category: Business & Economics

Startup Accelerators

Author : Richard Busulwa
ISBN : 9781119638605
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 28.66 MB
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The must – read guidebook for entrepreneurs looking to get into accelerator programs and to build and scale their startups with speed Accelerator programs have become one of the most powerful and valuable resources for entrepreneurs seeking to learn rapidly, build powerful networks, raise capital, build their startups and do this at speed and scale. In recent years, the number of accelerator programs around the world has grown at an incredible rate, propelling startups such as AirBnB, Uber, DropBox, Reddit, and others — many to billion-dollar valuations. The number of accelerators, the differences in accelerator program offerings and the unique benefits and costs of different accelerator locations makes choosing the right accelerator a challenge. Selecting the wrong accelerator, failing to be accepted in the right one, or not fully taking advantage of all the accelerator has to offer can be costly, sometimes fatal. With the stakes so high, entrepreneurs need to understand all their options, choose carefully and do the right things to maximize their chances of success. Startup Accelerators is the go to guide for any entrepreneur, providing a firsthand look into the acceptance criteria and inner workings of different accelerator programs. Written by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, this indispensable resource explains what different accelerator programs offer, how to get accepted, what to do during the program, how to raise money during accelerators, what to do after the program ends, and much more. Packed with real-world case studies and advice from leading experts on startup accelerator programs, this one-stop resource provides step-by-step guidance on the entire accelerator process. Reveals how accelerators help founders navigate different challenges in the startup journey Describes the differences in the benefits and costs of different accelerator programs Explains how to prepare accelerator applications Discloses what actions to take during an accelerator to make the most of it Depicts case studies of entrepreneurs’ accelerator applications, experiences and outcomes across different accelerators Features interviews with accelerator program managers, founders who went through accelerators, and investors in companies going through or having gone through accelerators Includes insightful data and reflections from entrepreneurship education researchers and academics Startup Accelerators: A Field Guide will prove to be invaluable for startup founders considering or going through accelerators, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs, educators, and other startup accelerator stakeholders.
Category: Business & Economics

Startup Capitals

Author : Zafar Anjum
ISBN : 9788184006766
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 39.81 MB
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As the Internet has matured in technology and reach, we have seen an explosion in tech startups all over the world. Not only are some of these startups changing the world and how we live in it, they are also proving to be the engines of job creation—an aspect that will be critical in the future. To support these startups, new ecosystems are popping up all over the globe to help grow these companies, aided by governments, successful entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists. In Startup Capitals, Zafar Anjum brings you a ringside view from the world’s top ten startup cities of the world. Well-researched and highly insightful, this book lays bare the engines of innovation and the lessons that can be learnt from these burgeoning startup capitals.
Category: Business & Economics

The Art Of Startup Fundraising

Author : Alejandro Cremades
ISBN : 9781119191834
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 66.84 MB
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Startup money is moving online, and this guide shows you how it works. The Art of Startup Fundraising takes a fresh look at raising money for startups, with a focus on the changing face of startup finance. New regulations are making the old go-to advice less relevant, as startup money is increasingly moving online. These new waters are all but uncharted—and founders need an accessible guide. This book helps you navigate the online world of startup fundraising with easy-to-follow explanations and expert perspective on the new digital world of finance. You'll find tips and tricks on raising money and investing in startups from early stage to growth stage, and develop a clear strategy based on the new realities surrounding today's startup landscape. The finance world is in a massive state of flux. Changes are occurring at an increasing pace in all sectors, but few more intensely than the startup sphere. When the paradigm changes, your processes must change with it. This book shows you how startup funding works, with expert coaching toward the new rules on the field. Learn how the JOBS Act impacts the fundraising model Gain insight on startups from early stage to growth stage Find the money you need to get your venture going Craft your pitch and optimize the strategy Build momentum Identify the right investors Avoid the common mistakes Don't rely on the "how we did it" tales from superstar startups, as these stories are unique and applied to exceptional scenarios. The game has changed, and playing by the old rules only gets you left behind. Whether you're founding a startup or looking to invest, The Art of Startup Fundraising provides the up-to-the-minute guidance you need.
Category: Business & Economics

The Mother Of All Windows 98 Books

Author : Woody Leonhard
ISBN : 0201433125
Genre : Computers
File Size : 46.97 MB
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Provides a guide to the operating system, offers solutions to common problems, and details components including Windows Registry
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Sell More Faster

Author : Amos Schwartzfarb
ISBN : 9781119597803
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 57.97 MB
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From Amos Schwartzfarb, serial entrepreneur and veteran Managing Director of Techstars Austin comes the elemental, essential, and effective strategy that will help any startup identify, build, and grow their customers from day 1 Most startups fail because they can’t grow revenue early or quickly enough. Startup CEOs will tell you their early missteps can be attributed to not finding their product market fit early enough, or at all. Founders overspend time and money trying to find product-market fit and make false starts, follow the wrong signals, and struggle to generate enough revenue to scale and raise funding. And all the while they never really knew who their customers were, what product they really needed, and why they needed it. But it doesn’t have to be this way, and founders don’t need to face it alone. Through expert guidance and experienced mentorship, every startup can avoid these pitfalls. The ultimate guide for building and scaling any startup sales organization, Sell More Faster shares the proven systems, methods, and lessons from Managing Director of Techstars Austin and sales expert Amos Schwartzfarb. Hear from founders of multi-million-dollar companies and CEOs who learned firsthand with Techstars, the leading mentorship-driven startup accelerator and venture capital firm that has invested in and mentored thousands of companies, collectively representing billions of dollars in funding and market cap. Schwartzfarb, and the Techstars Worldwide Network of more than 10,000 mentors do one thing better than anyone: help startup entrepreneurs succeed. They know how to sell, how to hire people who know how to sell, and how to use sales to gain venture funding—and now you can, too. Sell More Faster delivers the critical strategies and guidance necessary to avoid and manage the hazards all startups face and beat the odds. This valuable resource delivers: A comprehensive playbook to identify product market direction and product market fit Expert advice on building a diverse sales team and how to identify, recruit, and train the kinds of team members you need Models and best practices for sales funnels, pricing, compensation, and scaling A roadmap to create a repeatable and measurable path to find product-market fit Aggregated knowledge from Techstars leaders and industry experts Sell More Faster is an indispensable guide for entrepreneurs seeking product-market fit, building their sales team, developing a growth strategy, and chasing accelerated, sustained selling success.
Category: Business & Economics

Why Startups Fail

Author : Tom Eisenmann
ISBN : 9780593137031
Genre : Business & Economics
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If you want your startup to succeed, you need to understand why startups fail. “Whether you’re a first-time founder or looking to bring innovation into a corporate environment, Why Startups Fail is essential reading.”—Eric Ries, founder and CEO, LTSE, and New York Times bestselling author of The Lean Startup and The Startup Way Why do startups fail? That question caught Harvard Business School professor Tom Eisenmann by surprise when he realized he couldn’t answer it. So he launched a multiyear research project to find out. In Why Startups Fail, Eisenmann reveals his findings: six distinct patterns that account for the vast majority of startup failures. • Bad Bedfellows. Startup success is thought to rest largely on the founder’s talents and instincts. But the wrong team, investors, or partners can sink a venture just as quickly. • False Starts. In following the oft-cited advice to “fail fast” and to “launch before you’re ready,” founders risk wasting time and capital on the wrong solutions. • False Promises. Success with early adopters can be misleading and give founders unwarranted confidence to expand. • Speed Traps. Despite the pressure to “get big fast,” hypergrowth can spell disaster for even the most promising ventures. • Help Wanted. Rapidly scaling startups need lots of capital and talent, but they can make mistakes that leave them suddenly in short supply of both. • Cascading Miracles. Silicon Valley exhorts entrepreneurs to dream big. But the bigger the vision, the more things that can go wrong. Drawing on fascinating stories of ventures that failed to fulfill their early promise—from a home-furnishings retailer to a concierge dog-walking service, from a dating app to the inventor of a sophisticated social robot, from a fashion brand to a startup deploying a vast network of charging stations for electric vehicles—Eisenmann offers frameworks for detecting when a venture is vulnerable to these patterns, along with a wealth of strategies and tactics for avoiding them. A must-read for founders at any stage of their entrepreneurial journey, Why Startups Fail is not merely a guide to preventing failure but also a roadmap charting the path to startup success.
Category: Business & Economics

Startup Stories

Author : Steven E. Phelan
ISBN : 0578726831
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After more than twenty years of living and working with entrepreneurs on four continents, Professor Steve Phelan hasn't seen it all, but he has seen a lot! In Startup Stories, he distills his wisdom on how to become a successful entrepreneur into sixteen chapters, supported by the stories of everyday entrepreneurs he has met over the years.Most books on entrepreneurship try to teach you how to become an extraordinary entrepreneur, the next Steve Jobs or Elon Musk. The problem is there are only 2,000 billionaires on the planet, so the odds are slim that you will be joining their ranks. Instead, this book shows you how to make the most of being an everyday entrepreneur. Everyday entrepreneurs don't make the headlines, but almost half of the population will be quietly involved in an entrepreneurial activity at some stage in their lives. This book is for you. The book begins by framing entrepreneurship as a series of progressively challenging levels. Personal entrepreneurs use their entrepreneurial spirit to achieve their goals while working for others. Nascent entrepreneurs are in the process of birthing a business. Lifestyle entrepreneurs enjoy the autonomy of working for themselves but like to keep things small. Employer entrepreneurs, on the other hand, rely on hiring family members and other employees to boost revenues and results. Growth entrepreneurs would like to grow their business in a major concern, while super entrepreneurs are already operating in the billion-dollar range. Dr. Phelan examines the advantages, challenges, and opportunities of operating at each level. The result is a very human, very readable book that combines true stories with sound principles that are guaranteed to inspire and inform regardless of where you choose to start your entrepreneurial journey.
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Startup Opportunities

Author : Brad Feld
ISBN : 9781119378181
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 31.75 MB
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Start strong with essential early-stage guidance from the VC perspective Startup Opportunities is the go-to guide for anyone with a great business idea. Whether it's your first business or your fifth, realistic assessment from the outset can save you a lot of time and money; why pour your heart and soul into a venture that is doomed to fail? Instead, position yourself to win from the very beginning. In this book, accomplished venture capitalists share their insight on startups and entrepreneurs: who will fail, who will succeed and why, and what you should do to give your business the very best shot at becoming a global success story. You'll learn how to evaluate your business with a critical eye, and how early customer development can be key in turning a good idea into a great opportunity. If you're serious about building a business that lasts, this book provides invaluable guidance that you really cannot miss. More than five million people will launch a business this year, and many of them will be great ideas—yet few will be around in five years, and even fewer in ten years. A great idea is not enough to build a successful business. You need to fortify your idea with the proper foundation, and a scaffolding of good planning and early action. This book shows you how. Assess your business's viability using the 10x Rule Learn when you can quit your day job—or not Take the key steps to making your business succeed Discover the opportunities worth selling everything for This expert author team has witnessed more than 30,000 pitches over two decades, and have participated in over 500 startup launches. Startup Opportunities gives you the benefit of their experience to help you start strong and stay strong.
Category: Business & Economics

Startup Easy

Author : Shishir Gupta
ISBN : 1975952146
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Startup Easy is a step by step guide for entrepreneurs to raise their startups in an easy manner. It is the World's first Author Assisted Book (Live Book) for Startup Entrepreneurs. The language used in this book is extremely simple with lifelike examples. Startup Easy is divided into two parts: Essentials & Fundraising. The essentials is the first part that includes the basics that you need to learn before understanding the second part: Fundraising. You must read this book if you are starting a new business, raising funds or scaling up your startup. The Author is a well known Investment Banker for startups having global ratings of 5 out of 5 and ranking among top 20 consultants for venture capital. Shishir Gupta is a Startup Lawyer, Investment Banker, Full Stack Developer and Startup Consultant. He has more than 18 years of business experience in different domains along with consulting experience of startups. He thought of writing this book when he found that there is no book for entrepreneurs that explains the simple concepts of startups like disruption, traction, co-founder, hacker, hustler, hipster, angel investment etc. He also found that the business books are written by successful entrepreneurs however, the language is complex and connect with the readers is not much. This book is carefully written after considering the experience of Author in advising the real entrepreneurs. This book is for everybody and anybody who wish to explore the vast topic of startups and become entrepreneurs or have the knowledge of startup entrepreneurship. This is not a management book, therefore you won't be learning about accounting concepts or management topics like recruitment, selection, communication, motivation, planning, marketing, sales etc. In fact, this book covers what is left by the management books. After reading this book, you will understand each and everything in the startup world. Also, you will be able to successfully raise a startup. If you are in job then this book will help you in changing your professional life, be ready for the promotions. Students will become great entrepreneurs after reading this book. This book is not boring as it is no-nonsense at all. You will be able to understand each work easily and it will ensure that you keep smiling instead of scratching your head. Examples of existing startups and entrepreneurs are included for the explanations. The best part of this book is that it is connected to reality, it won't be asking you to create an operating system to become the best startup in the world. All the tasks in this book are doable and pretty easy for a common person. This is an author-assisted book; therefore, readers can personally interact with the author. It's a 'Live Book' that facilitates interaction with the author through LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Phone, Email and WhatsApp. This book explains the basic concepts of startup in the beginning and then focus upon practical topics like leadership, generating and validation of the idea. You will be able to build a profitable startup from the scratch. You won't be alone after reading this book as our specialized team will help you at each step of your startup journey. The author have researched and included about startups in United States, Australia, England, Italy, Brazil, South Africa, India, China, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Russia and many more countries. This book will make you a successful Startup Entrepreneur if you have the passion for it, your location, age or experience doesn't matter much if you are serious about learning.
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Startup Communities

Author : Brad Feld
ISBN : 9781118483312
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 39.68 MB
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An essential guide to building supportive entrepreneurialcommunities "Startup communities" are popping up everywhere, from citieslike Boulder to Boston and even in countries such as Iceland. Thesetypes of entrepreneurial ecosystems are driving innovation andsmall business energy. Startup Communities documents thebuzz, strategy, long-term perspective, and dynamics of buildingcommunities of entrepreneurs who can feed off of each other'stalent, creativity, and support. Based on more than twenty years of Boulder-based entrepreneurturned-venture capitalist Brad Feld's experience in the field?aswell as contributions from other innovative startupcommunities?this reliable resource skillfully explores what ittakes to create an entrepreneurial community in any city, at anytime. Along the way, it offers valuable insights into increasingthe breadth and depth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem bymultiplying connections among entrepreneurs and mentors, improvingaccess to entrepreneurial education, and much more. Details the four critical principles needed to form asustainable startup community Perfect for entrepreneurs and venture capitalists seeking freshideas and new opportunities Written by Brad Feld, a thought-leader in this field who hasbeen an early-stage investor and successful entrepreneur for morethan twenty years Engaging and informative, this practical guide not only showsyou how startup communities work, but it also shows you how to makethem work anywhere in the world.
Category: Business & Economics

Game Programming All In One

Author : Jonathan S. Harbour
ISBN : UCSD:31822035456730
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 44.38 MB
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Game Programming All in One, Third Edition gives aspiring game programmers the skills that are needed to create professional-quality games. If you have a working knowledge of C or C++ and are ready to expand your skills into the field of game programming, then get ready to begin your journey with this latest edition! You won't cover the topic of programming in general, but rather the specifics of programming for games. Using the cross-platform Allegro game library, you'll learn how to write complete games that will run on almost any operating system. Both Windows© and Linux© screenshots are displayed throughout. Using the techniques taught within this book and the tools included on the CD-ROM, you'll be able to write standard Windows and DirectX© programs without the cost of an expensive compiler.
Category: Games & Activities