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ReadEvery (www.ReadyEvery.com) is an interesting way to follow Twitter. ReadEvery lets you follow tweets from the people you follow on a single page and is a good way of finding interesting Twitter users that your immediate follow circle is following.
Mouli Cohen, founder of Voltage Capital, shares with us his thoughts on success, entrepreneurship, investment philosophies, and philanthropy.
Entrepreneurs who are starting out always look out to reduce costs. When it comes to setting up an office, OFO, a e-commerce site that trades in second-hand office furniture, believes it can help.
From passwords and the Internet of Everything to nation state cyber warfare and jumping mobile malware, this infographic from WatchGuard helps you gain some security perspective for 2015.
Not every boss likes to admit that they've been a self-focused jerk, but Jay Steinfeld, the founder and CEO of Blinds.com, confesses that he was a jerk of a boss who used to terrorize his employees and micro-managed every detail of his business.
JabberJury (www.jabberjury.com) is a virtual courtroom where people can air and settle their conflicts, with the public weighing in.
Social Goodies (www.socialgoodies.com) offers unbeatable bargains and a way to give back to society, all at the same time. The site features daily deals from national and emerging lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and home decor brands at up to 70% off retail. With each purchase, Social Goodies donates 20% of the deal purchase price to worthy non-profit organizations.
Several up-and-coming business leaders emerged within just the past few years, marking the waves of change in the world of business and technology. Morgan Sims shares her favorite four.
Online location-based information services are all the rage now with Singapore-based startups, and one of the more recent to emerge is ShowNearby.com. Launched in...
The Intersect Fund is a non-profit microlender that aims to provide small businesses in New Jersey with loans - from $500 to $20,000 - to help get them off the ground.
Food can unite people. In the case of Sumit Shah, Ravi Bhushan and Siddharth Vanchinathan - the founders of Locomi.com - also discovered that...
The room was totally packed at the keynote presentation in BlogOUT! '09, but you can't truly be sure what the crowd was here for.
How do we measure social media? That question may seem simple, but startup ThoughtBuzz was founded just to answer that question.
With changing consumer trends and the benefit of technology, some startups are beginning to look at ways of innovating the grocery shopping experience for the better. One of the latest in Singapore to try is Household.sg (www.household.sg), an online supermarket with a focus on household essentials and groceries.
The startup star of Echelon 2010 was undoubtedly mobile location-based social networking service foound, who wowed audiences and panelists alike during a startup launchpad pitching session at the web and technology event.
Dominic Ee, Toh Kian Khai, Kuan Chih Yuan and Ang Jun Han is the team behind one of Singapore's most promising startups gothere.sg, a location-based service provider whose map and directional search engine that is steadily becoming the quintessential service for finding your way around Singapore.
Chicago-based startup MentorMob (www.mentormob.com) is a free, community-based collaborative service that aims to aggregate and organize the best online educational content on any topic, so it's easier to find.
Founded in July 2010, New York-based Tischen (www.tischen.com) is an online directory where people set up a personal webpage to showcase their skills and experience with the hope of finding a job. The site has an extremely lofty goal - to rid the world of unemployment.
The 'accidental creative rebel' of Ogilvy PR's 360° Digital Influence team in Singapore, Pat Law, is now the boss lady of her own little consultancy, GOODSTUPH.