Revenue Streams for Startups by Rashmi Sinha

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Rashmi Sinha is the CEO and Co-Founder of SlideShare, an application that allows you to share your presentation slides publicly. … Read More

Marketing for Startups by Monica Harrington

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Monica Harrington is the Chief Marketing Officer of Intersect, a storytelling application.  Before that she was the Chief Marketing Officer… Read More

Customer Development for Startups by Todd Hooper

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Todd Hooper is the co-founder of several startups, most recently Napera Networks, a network security management service. He spoke at… Read More

On the Importance of Napping

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Sasha Pasulka I hear a lot of people say that they can’t nap. They can lie down, they say, but they can’t… Read More

Forecast: Cloudy with Occasional Flak

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Gerry Langeler Last week I had the joy of three Board meetings in a single day.  Fortunately, two were by phone.  Anyway,… Read More

Not all E-Intros Are Created Equal

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Nathan Parcells In his most recent Seattle 2.0 post, Andy Sack shared some of his top advice for young entrepreneurs and his last… Read More

Mind The Gap Branding

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Alyssa Royse If the Gap branding debacle has taught us anything, it’s that everybody has an opinion, and the Internet is the… Read More

Trying To Avoid Failing IS Failing

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By David Aronchick Congrats on becoming an entrepreneur, get ready for misery. Dave McClure’s extended rant telling you what an idiot you are to… Read More

Deploy 2010 Ticket Giveaway

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Want to learn the latest tools to help you build the applications of tomorrow?  Deploy 2010 features thought and development… Read More

Niche Passion: How to Find Work You Love

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Aaron Franklin Most of us are not lucky enough to know what we want to do with our lives.  Everyone knows someone… Read More

Design for Startups by Jan Miksovsky

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Jan Miksovky is the co-founder and VP of User experience of Cozi, a company that helps simplify family life.  Jan also… Read More

Building your Startup’s Product by Garry Tan

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Garry Tan is the co-founder of Posterous, a company that makes blogging incredibly simple. This presentation on the product driven state-of-mind… Read More

The Top 10 Reasons to Date a Man in Tech

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Sasha Pasulka 10. He’ll want keep your relationship fresh and exciting with plenty of new toys – like iPads, LCD TVs and… Read More

It’s the End of the World As We Know It

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Richard Luck Youvitriolic, patriotic, slam, fight, bright light, feeling pretty psyched. It’sthe end of the world as we know it…. And I… Read More

Funding through Angels and VC’s by Sunny Gupta

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Sunny Gupta is the founder of Apptio, a company that helps companies assess their IT costs and reduce them. Gupta has quite… Read More

The Valley Isn’t Evil After All

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Nathan Parcells 3 days ago our company moved to Silicon Valley for 6 months to join Dave McClure’s 500 Startups incubator in… Read More

Bootstrapping Your Startup by Vivek Bhaskaran

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Vivek Bhaskaran is the founder of Survey Analytics a profitable online research platform with clients ranging from Microsoft to Motorola… Read More

Top Innovators Event: Ticket Giveaway

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Every year Seattle Business Magazine honors our area’s biggest innovators — from industry veterans to up and comers. This year’s… Read More

Networking for Startups by Konstantin Guericke

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala Konstantin Guericke is the co-founder of LinkedIn and an advisor to numerous startups.  In this presentation from StartupDay 2010 he goes… Read More

Minimize Failure: What’s Your Worst Case Scenario?

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Aaron Franklin The startup media is biased towards success. Understandably so: it’s the success stories that inspire new entrepreneurs to dream big. Every entrepreneur… Read More