Nearly every entrepreneur stumbles through their first few pitches — it’s a fact of life. Simply put, the process of putting yourself in the spotlight and convincing an audience to believe in you can be incredibly difficult, and feel entirely unnatural. Over time, after you’ve stumbled and honed your skills, you’ll find that pitching becomes increasingly easier. Now, […]
Sense Health founder Stan Berkow shares the best advice he received when pivoting between startup ideas.
Created by Renato Valdes Olmos of Cardcloud and Paul Veugen of Usabilla, Human is a newly-launched fitness app that makes sure you move at least 30 minutes a day, every day. There are countless fitness apps already competing for your attention, but Human takes a uniquely accessible approach. According to Olmos: While everyone else is diving into stats, we try to keep everything […]
Speaking at WeWork Summer Camp 2013, Alexis Ohanian reflected on his time with Reddit, Hipmunk, and Breadpig to highlight the beauty of not knowing what you’re doing. On that note, Ohanian’s first book, Without Their Permission: How the 21st Century Will Be Made, Not Managed, is available for pre-order.
If you’re looking to build a successful company, you’ll want to create something that solves a real problem. And if you do it right, you may even improve the lives of your users (while simultaneously bringing in as much cash as possible). This concept is far from new; it’s the backbone of the tech industry, […]
We sat down with Lee Hnetinka, the founder of on-demand personal assistant service WunWun, to hear his thoughts on staying motivated and the importance of making tough decisions.
Sarah Paiji, the cofounder of the recently acquired location-based shopping app Snapette, shares her advice to young entrepreneurs: never let small tasks keep you from focusing on the big picture.
Delve CTO and cofounder Thomas Weingarten shares his thoughts on embracing failure and learning from it.
PR isn’t an elixir Many startups plow crazy sums of cash into ensuring they get covered by the top media outlets. In some cases, particularly with early stage startups, every cent of a marketing budget goes on PR. As someone who manages a PR firm, you might be surprised to learn I consider this a […]
Gary Vaynerchuk is a New York Times bestselling author, self-trained wine and social-media expert, and founder of VaynerMedia. He joined us for the June installment of WeWork Stories to speak directly with the audience about social media, building a business, and life. For more Gary, check out his newest book: Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How […]
When it comes to writing a business plan, I believe there are only five things that really matter. All of them have as much to do with business as business planning, which brings us to the first point: 1. Your business is your business plan You might write page after page containing mission statements, value […]
This augmented reality and image recognition platform does amazing things.
I’m what digital photographers might call a “pixel peeper,” which is to say I am known to edit my photos at 100-400% in Photoshop, wasting away hours to make sure nothing is out of order. When printing my photos, this effory gets pushed to a new level of obsessiveness. Before I even start editing, I […]