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Category: Startup

Six Ways to Reduce Your AWS Bill

Whether you are seeing usage soar because your customers are relying more than ever on your services, or you just want to dial-in your spending for the road ahead, there are things you can and should do to optimize your cloud costs. In this webcast we’ve highlighted six quick cost optimizations every startup should consider depending on workloads and the patterns you are seeing today.

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Founder and CEO of the Intro George Burgess chats on the what works podcast

Inside Angel Investing: The Education of George Burgess

Serial startup founder, angel investor, and college dropout George Burgess founded exam prep startup Gojimo when he was an undergraduate student at Stanford. Burgess was seemingly living the founder dream, but as his dorm-room startup found an audience Burgess found it was too hard to juggle both school and building his company. So, he left Stanford, and that is where his entrepreneurial education really began.

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Convoy Leverages Machine Learning to Help Shipping Industry Reduce CO2 Emissions

Convoy Inc., a digital freight network, uses machine learning on AWS to help the shipping industry increase its sustainability and reduce CO2 emissions. Aaron Terrazas, director of economic research at Convoy, and Jennifer Wong, head of sustainability marketing at Convoy, recently shared more on the AWS Fix This podcast about shipping, sustainability, and how the cloud powers Convoy’s work. 

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What works podcast episode 9 on angel investing

Inside Angel Investing: Should You Join an Accelerator?

Accelerators are a great way to jumpstart a startup, offering technical and business help, a built-in network, and the unrelenting pressure of time to get your MVP ready for demo day. Eamonn Carey from TechStars London walks us through the reasons you might want to apply to an accelerator, and why for some, raising an angel round is the better course.

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eeMobility and Infrastructure as Code: A Migration Story

Not long ago, eeMobility was fully dependent on an external team who decided how and where to run its software. Initially this allowed them to focus on developing our very young software solution and deliver feature after feature. However, as both the platform and the desire to become independent evolved, they knew an infrastructure solution tailored to fit our needs was a must. Here’s what they did next.

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