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What’s the Smartest Hiring Order for Startups? - Business 2 Community

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What’s the Smartest Hiring Order for Startups? - Business 2 CommunityWhat’s the Smartest Hiring Order for Startups? - Business 2 CommunityPosted: 31 May 2019 03:41 PM PDT You're the founder of your company; that's one employee down. You might have a co-founder as well, so make that two. Now what?Early days at a new startup are exciting times, but they also tend to be lean times. You can't run out and hire the best executive team, salespeople, marketers, customer service reps, product designers, programmers, and human resources employees all at once. If you're to get there at all, you have to curate your team from day one.Some founders tend to focus their hires in fields they understand. Technical founders, for example, often first search for programmers. Founders with sales backgrounds might think hiring salespeople matters most. Before you blow your payroll budget, though, think about all the functions your team has to cover. And above all, think about those you can…

Odisha to set up startup hubs in major cities - YourStory.com

Odisha to set up startup hubs in major citiesYourStory.comThe Odisha government has approved a proposal to set up startup hubs in major cities of the state, aiming to boost the ecosystem for emerging businesses, ...

“Daily Briefing 5.31.19: HiddenWasp Linux malware. Huawei ban updates. Baltimore's ransomware incident. ISIS speaks globally, kills locally. - The CyberWire” plus 1 more

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“Daily Briefing 5.31.19: HiddenWasp Linux malware. Huawei ban updates. Baltimore's ransomware incident. ISIS speaks globally, kills locally. - The CyberWire” plus 1 moreDaily Briefing 5.31.19: HiddenWasp Linux malware. Huawei ban updates. Baltimore's ransomware incident. ISIS speaks globally, kills locally. - The CyberWirePosted: 31 May 2019 07:57 AM PDT Cyber Attacks, Threats, and VulnerabilitiesSuicide bomber strikes military academy in Kabul(FDD's Long War Journal) An Islamic State suicide bomber struck outside the Marshal Fahim National Defense University in Kabul earlier today. It is the second time the so-called Khorasan province has attacked the academy. According to UNAMA, the jihadists launch more "suicide and complex attacks" in the Afghan capital than in any other area of the country.Warning over 'HiddenWasp' Linux backdoor undetectable by antivirus software(Computing) China-linked HiddenWasp Linux malware is being used in sophisticate…

Interprefy Raises $2.8 Million for Event Tech: Travel Startup Funding This Week - Skift

Interprefy Raises $2.8 Million for Event Tech: Travel Startup Funding This WeekSkiftAn image of the United Nations Security Council meeting in New York. Interprefy is a startup that aims to provide remote interpreters for events. United Nations Skift Take: Startups announcing funding this week include Mindsay, a travel chatbot maker, Interprefy, a service for providing remote interpreters for events, Airfree, a service that sells duty-free products online during flights, and Airblack, a social-travel commerce startup. — Sean O'Neill This week travel startups announced more than $16 million in funding. Earlier this week, Mindsay raised a $10 million Series A round with part...

BostInno Approved: June's Top Tech & Startup Events in Boston - American Inno

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BostInno Approved: June's Top Tech & Startup Events in Boston - American InnoBostInno Approved: June's Top Tech & Startup Events in Boston - American InnoPosted: 31 May 2019 04:18 AM PDT[unable to retrieve full-text content]BostInno Approved: June's Top Tech & Startup Events in BostonAmerican InnoWe've rounded up some of the most interesting, useful, and invigorating events taking place right here in Massachusetts this month. You are subscribed to email updates from "startup life,startup manager,startup meetup" - Google News.
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Three Female Entrepreneurs Built North Carolina's First Seaweed Farm - Newsweek

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Three Female Entrepreneurs Built North Carolina's First Seaweed Farm - NewsweekThree Female Entrepreneurs Built North Carolina's First Seaweed Farm - NewsweekPosted: 31 May 2019 07:13 AM PDTAt first glance, social entrepreneurship might not seem like a young woman's game. As my co-founders and I have been told on many occasions, the business world is no place for the naive, the faint of heart, or the wishful. Entrepreneurship is about cold hard facts. At the end of the day, companies succeed when they make money and fail when they don't, no matter how inspiring or innovative the idea.   In spite of this simplistic view of creative business development, we've begun to create an ambitiously transformative organization.  By staying focused on bringing our ideas to light, our team has demonstrated that entrepreneurship is exactly the right place for the hopeful.In November 2016, my co-founder Eliza Harrison emailed ten researchers in the Triangle area inquiri…

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