A huge part of running a startup business involves developing relationships with customers, collaboration partners and friends. These tools can help you stay organized and reach out.
By Janet Choi (Chief Creative Officer, iDoneThis)
The thrill and thrum of startup life doesn’t mean the continuous battle against the many-tentacled beast of responsibilities and tasks is any lesser. Longer hours won’t effectively defeat those tentacles. Instead, to emerge victorious in this modern-day quest, the trick is to work smart. No matter your position in the startup, you’ll need some magical productivity weapons and strategies at your disposal.
Between my current full-time government position, volunteer work, and trying to live life, I decided to learn how to code.
By Nabihah Azim (Intake Specialist, City of Oakland Department of Housing and Community Development)
Government girl goes geek.. well kind of. But that’s the name of my new blog. This is the beginning of my 30 (or more) day challenge, where I take my previous code knowledge, which is basically nothing, and learn a whole new skill. This is where I’ll chronicle my ups, downs, frustrations, and wins as I embark on this new hobby.
Learn about the healthcare landscape, and how to launch and manage a startup in the field.
By Amy Puliafito (Research & Marketing Manager, Rock Health)
Looking for a way to spend those chilly San Francisco summer evenings? We’ve partnered with Skillshare to produce a weekly summer workshop series, Rock Health Summer School, beginning June 20. You’ll hear from innovators, entrepreneurs, doctors, and experts across the entire digital health ecosystem. You’ll learn about the healthcare landscape, how to launch and manage a startup in the field, and gain a better understanding of your own health.
Some of our exciting course offerings include:
By Hadiyah Mujhid (Co-Founder, Black Founders)
“A micropreneur is an entrepreneur willing to accept the risk of starting and managing the type of business that remains small, lets them do the kind of work they want to do, and offers them a balanced lifestyle.” – InvestorDictionary.com
Or you could substitute this definition with a more urban definition like: A micropreneur is someone who has a “side hustle.”
One of my favorite things about following the startup industry is discovering tools that can be used by