Tag Archive: LUXr

  1. luxr
    by Angie Chang

    Partner Event: LUXr Workshop For Startup Visions & Values (December 18 In San Francisco)

    Every company has a set of underlying values, and these become apparent in the products you deliver to your customers.

    The LUXr Workshop For Startup Visions and Values on Tuesday, December 18 in San Francisco, CA helps founders like yourself articulate the purpose of your company and the values that drive you. As founders, you are setting the initial conditions for your startup, and these conditions define the culture as you grow. With a clear purpose and strong values, you can rally your entire team around the vision.

  2. dotco-logo_notag_r255g110b0
    by Angie Chang

    The .CO Movement: Starting Up At Rana.co, Luxr.co, Tailored.co

    By Lori Anne Wardi (Vice President, .CO)

    I joined the .CO team way back in 2008, when we were putting together the bid to win the right to launch the .CO domain globally. Our little startup won the right to administer .CO in 2009, beating out industry giants like Verisign, which runs the .com and .net domain extensions. What a great coup! I was passionate about our mission from the very start – and continue to be so to this day.

    So what is .CO? Some call it a “domain name” or a “web address,” others use more technical terms like “extension”, “url” or “TLD”. But to a growing community of the world’s most creative and

  3. Lean-Startup-Machine-logo
    by Angie Chang

    Lean Startup Machine: 1 Part Learning + 1 Part Mentorship.. Stir!

    By Kelley Boyd (Founder & Strategist, Think Experience)

    My first experience at Lean Startup Machine (LSM) was also the first Lean Startup Machine ever held. It was just over a year ago, and I mean that literally. I walked into LSM at Hive at 55 and began relationships that I hold among the closest in my professional life today.

    As an attendee at the first #LsmNYC, I absorbed firsthand guidance from two actual practitioners of Lean: Brant Cooper, Co-Author of The Entrepreneurs Guide to Customer Development, and Giff Constable, who was going “lean” with his startup Aprizi.