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How Startups Can Grow Faster in 2019
Startups move fast, but they can move a lot faster, says Jonno Southam, AWS Venture Capital Business Development Manager and 7 year AWS ‘startups’ veteran.
Startup Day is Heading Back to The Big Apple
AWS Startup Day is coming back to New York City on Wednesday, June 27th and will be hosted at the AWS New York Loft at 350 W. Broadway.
Thank you, San Francisco! That’s a Wrap on AWS’s first Startup Day of 2018
On Wednesday, April 18th, nearly 200 attendees gathered at the AWS Loft for the second annual AWS Startup Day in San Francisco.
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Get ready for Startup Day 2018, San Francisco
AWS Startup Day is coming to AWS San Francisco Loft next week! On Wednesday, April 18th, over a dozen startup founders, entrepreneurs, technical specialists, and venture capitalists will be delivering a series of dynamic talks, panels, and learning sessions at AWS’s Loft space at 1446 Market St.
Join us at Startup Day in London
Designed with startup founders and technical staff in mind, the AWS Startup Day series was created to help accelerate startup innovation and growth and we’re excited to be bringing the event to London for the first time.
AWS Startup Day: We’re in It Together
We’re in it together. That community-driven sentiment was in full-effect as more than 200 entrepreneurs gathered at the AWS Loft in SoHo for New York’s first AWS Startup Day. Machine Learning? Check. How to tell your story? Covered. Cronuts? Inhaled. “Everyone wants to help everyone else to succeed,” said Future Lab’s Craig Wilson, one of the day’s speakers. “We’re here to be a part of that.”
Coffee Shop or Incubator? Build Your Next Startup in the Right Place
Not every startup program is a fit for every startup (or every funding round). Instead, think about what you really need—maybe it’s customers, mentors, or funding—and what you don’t.
Before Pitching Yourself as a Machine Learning Startup, You Better Be One
Before pitching yourself as a machine learning startup, you better be one, says Matt Hartman of Betaworks.
What Worked, What We Got Wrong: Dustin Lucien, COO of Betterment
At Startup Day in New York City, COO—and former head of engineering—Dustin Lucien looked back on the initial years of Betterment and the startup’s technical, operational, and cultural hits and misses.
Securing Funding from VCs: The Changing Rules for Startups
according to venture capitalist Charles Hudson, a partner at Precursor Ventures, such playbook tactics have gotten stale. As he recently told a roomful of attendees at the AWS Startup Day in San Francisco, technological and financial advancements have finally reached a point where the old rules should no longer be treated as gospel.