Top 11 most active venture capital firms in Chicago

Venture capital firms in Chicago

Chicago is without a doubt one the biggest business hubs in the world, with 35 of the fortune 500 headquartered in the city and a host of satellite offices for many of the world’s biggest tech companies. Government initiatives, veteran entrepreneurs, and venture capital firms in Chicago are building on this foundation to create a …

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Top 12 most active Venture Capital Firms in NYC

Venture capital firms in NYC

New York City is undoubtedly the second-best tech ecosystem in the world, behind only Silicon Valley. With more than 9000 Startups, NYC’S Startup ecosystem has quickly emerged as a prominent hub for innovation and entrepreneurship to reach a valuation of $147 billion. This growth is fueled by strong foundation of tech talent and early-stage venture …

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Top 14 most active venture capital firms in Boston

Venture capital firms in Boston

If you’re an entrepreneur in Boston, you certainly understand what a wealth of opportunities the city brings. It’s a home to a buzzing startup ecosystem ranked fifth in the world with a valuation of $96 billion fueled by $3.9 billion in early-stage funding from the best venture capital firms in Boston. Major factors behind Boston’s …

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How to build an audience for your Startup

Build an audience for your Startup

Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, the founders of 37signals/Basecamp wrote in their book “Rework”: “All companies have customers. Lucky companies have fans. But the most fortunate companies have audiences. An audience can be your secret weapon.” Most startups spend a lot of money to reach people every time they want to say or launch …

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Should non-technical founders learn to code ? With Zineb Fakihani, General manager of Le Wagon Morocco

Learn to code with Le Wagon

The question that popped into almost every Tech startup founder’s mind: “Should I learn to code ?”. Paul Graham once wrote in one of his essays: “The very best startup ideas tend to have three things in common: they’re something the founders themselves want, that they themselves can build, and that few others realize are …

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Why your startup doesn’t need a business plan? Here’s what you need to work on instead

business plan startup

Traditionally, entrepreneurs spend weeks even months crafting their perfect business plans for one specific reason: to pitch their business ideas to potential investors…  Although it became a norm to have a well-documented business plan, its relevance in the last years has become debatable. In this article we intend to explore why having a business plan …

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Why every entrepreneur should publish a book? And how? With Hamza Aboulfeth

From Startupper to Cancer Fighter By Hamza Aboulfeth

Making the decision to write and publish a book about your journey, your business, or your industry is difficult. Entrepreneurs and business owners are extremely busy people and have difficulty, to squeeze in a time-consuming project like writing a book. So, is it worth the effort especially if you don’t even know if someone will …

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How Orange is supporting the African Startup ecosystem ?

Orange startup

In recent years, the digital world had seen tremendous growth due to the various innovations that are more visible and more accessible on the market. Orange, as a major digital player in Africa and the world, is aware of the impact these changes can have on the world and its economic development. That’s why orange’s …

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Helping entrepreneurs in Morocco: interview with Meryam ZOUHRI

Réseau Entreprendre accompanies entrepreneurs with job creation potential to help them succeed in creating, taking over or growing their business

Moroccan entrepreneurs : an inspiring experience to start your own business. « Réseau entreprendre » is a nonprofit organization founded in 1986 by André MULLIEZ, his goal was to help entrepreneurs by providing the skills and the experience of active business leaders through peer to peer exchange. « réseau entreprendre » originally began in France and grown into a …

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