If you’ve ever thought about building your own startup but didn’t know what to do, Bob Dorf has your answer.
Bob has personally founded seven startups, is an Adjunct Professor teaching a full-semester course on customer development at Columbia Business School and co-authored “The Startup Owners Manual.” In short, he’s qualified.
If you have a great business idea and don’t know where to start, tomorrow evening in Stamford may provide you with your answer
A few months back at Startup Weekend Stamford, Bob Dorf, Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Columbia Business School and co-author of The Startup Owner’s Manual, gave a speech to the competition’s [...]
By the time I arrived at Disrupt on Wednesday, Startup Alley had been replaced by Hardware Alley. Fortunately, some of the hardware on display was very impressive and I still had a fair share of startups to check out from the Battlefield competition. Here are three of my personal favorites:
“We are looking for a few good men and women to serve their country and code, design and kick a–.”
Park along with Chief Information Officer, Steven VanRoekel, introduced [...]
Notifyi intends on using the funds to complete product development and to launch their cloud-based physician collaboration platform.
Notifyi, which meets all health care privacy and security standards, incorporates [...]
In March, I profiled the father and son team of Rajesh and Keshav Patel behind the startup company MeritBooster. MeritBooster is a site that allows youths who want to accomplish or learn something start “projects” so that people can donate to the cause. I caught up with them to see how [...]
When you think of technology golf tees don’t usually come to mind. Bristol-based On The Level Golf Tees is looking to change that.
According to their website, the company hired an [...]
The Entrepreneurship Foundation held their Spring Semester Connecticut Collegiate Business Plan Competition today at the New Haven Lawn Club. $13,500 in grants were up for grabs in seven different categories. The contest included 23 finalists from 11 different Connecticut colleges and universities.
The winners were:
Best Personal Business ($5,000): Petal [...]
A startup football league — the A-11 Spring-summer Professional Football League (A-11FL) – looking to kickoff in April 2013 has targeted Hartford/West Hartford as a potential landing spot for one of its team.
According to league president Kurt Bryan, representatives from the league have been talking to Hartford officials about [...]
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