Tag: Educational Panels
Founders and experts from Nestio, REX Real Estate, MetaProp, Compound Asset Management, and Corigin Ventures, met at the AWS Loft in NYC to discuss how the application of AI, automation, big data, and other emerging technologies can offer boundless opportunities and benefits for entrepreneurs looking to tap into the market.
Join us this week for an inside look into security startups building on Amazon Web Services! We are joined by some startups from the security industry to discuss how they got their start, their company missions, and how Amazon Web Services helped them accomplish their architectural goals.
Join us for an inside look into Game Tech startups building on AWS! We will be joined by Blacknut and IGDB (Internet Game Database) to discuss how they got their start, their company missions, and how AWS helped them accomplish their architectural goals.
Join us for an inside look into Food and AgroTech startups building on AWS! We’re joined by some startups from the food industry, including Parsley, to discuss how they got their start, their company missions, and how helped them accomplish their architectural goals.
In this week’s episode of “BootUP,” Sean Mehra, the Chief Strategy Officer & Co-Founder of HealthTap, and Liren Zhu, Head of Engineering at Subtle Medical, discuss how they got their start, their company mission, and how AWS helped them accomplish their architectural goals.
Watch our first episode of “BootUP,” to hear the stories and best practices from two innovative startups in the automotive industry, Nauto and Smartcar!
What Are Two Main Things That SaaS Startups Need to Think About? Algolia CEO & Co-Founder Nicolas Dessaigne explains
What are two main things that all SaaS companies need to be sure to think about? While there is likely a laundry list of such items, a culture of creativity and security should be top of mind, at least according to Adam Fitzgerald, Head of Worldwide Developer Marketing at AWS, and Nicolas Dessaigne, Co-Founder and CEO of Algolia.
During a recent founders panel at the AWS Loft San Francisco, four founders shared hard-won insights on startup culture, how they’ve evolved as leaders, launching versus scaling, growth strategies, and the perennial pursuit of the elusive concept of work-life balance.
YOLO (You Only Launch Once), The Six-Week Fundraising Rule, CryptoKitties, and Measuring Diversity in the Startup World
First Round Capital’s Hayley Barna and Boldstart’s Ed Sim look back on the startup landscape in 2017, and toward the trends powering the year ahead.
Josh Elman, a consumer specialist at venture capital firm Greylock Partners, couldn’t have been blunter about “acquihiring,” the practice of big companies paying big bucks for startups to hire teams for their expertise. “There was this funny little period time where that seemed like it was a thing,” Elman recently told a crowd of startup entrepreneurs at the AWS Loft in San Francisco. “I think that’s gone.”
That doesn’t mean big companies aren’t buying startups, Elman continued. In fact, it turns out that acquihiring didn’t translate to getting better talent than just hiring—it’s just more expensive.