Indiegogo is one of the world’s most popular websites for start-ups to crowdsource cash to bring ideas to reality. Deborah Kan asks founder Danae Ringelmann on what you need to do.
If you’ve read 10 Pitch Deck Principles (or How to Blow them Away With Your Deck) then you’re already familiar with what you should do to create a killer pitch deck. This short post deals with 3 things you should not do. There are many more but these are some of the most common mistakes that are […]
Members of the NYC tech community gathered for Techweek to listen and learn from some of the titans of tech and fashion. Four intensive summits, many of which were coordinated by color, venture, and topics were all conducted on two different stages in a massive loft throughout the entire day, with designated areas where emerging […]
Most sales and investor pitches are dull, uninspiring and lose their audiences’ attention within the first few minutes. If the audience doesn’t suffer “death by PowerPoint,” they are “murdered by monotony” at the hands of a dull, lifeless speaker who inflicts upon them a steady stream of facts and figures, encouraging a search for distractions. […]
Conferences are great for keynote speakers, panel discussions, and hearing from the horse’s mouth about the latest developments in your field of techspertise. But what they are really awesome for is making new connections. Networking. Yep, I said it. But I like ‘making new friends’ a bit better. So here’s Skillcrush’s list on how to […]