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Startup Village creates one entrepreneur a day in Kerala

the country’s first PPP model internet-mobile incubator, which completed 1,000 days a month ago, is registering a quarter-to-quarter growth of 40 per cent in applications from new startups. 25 more words

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Secret Is Working On New Apps, Won’t Shut Down Original Product

But, contrary to some reports, Secret itself is not shutting down, nor is the startup pivoting into a life as an app incubator. “We often talk internally about ways to build upon what we’ve created, but we do not have plans to shut down Secret … 16 more words

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Meet the head of Bayer's U.S. Science Hub: Chris Haskell

Xcell is a startup that initially had two founders focusing on the … DDD: What features do you think help Bayer’s incubator stand out among the competition, especially in a bustling tech hub like San Francisco? 24 more words

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THE RISE OF ANDROID: How a flailing startup became the world's biggest computing platform

He oversaw the robotics department at Google until he left the company in 2014 to focus on his own startup incubator, which is listed as being called Playground.global on Rubin’s LinkedIn profile. 26 more words

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Kim Kardashian Releases New Sex Tape! (The Problem with Clickbait)

This blog isn’t about Kimye. Cue either relief or disappointment (but if you really need your Kardashian fix, check out Hollywood Life).

Here’s the thing about clickbait: You kind of need to do it, because otherwise even the best content won’t get as many clicks, as much exposure, or as many shares. 433 more words

10 Lessons From The Pitch: How To Pitch Your Startup And Win, SxSW Style

I had the privilege of judging two different pitch competitions during SxSW 2015: the SxSW Accelerator Finals and the Austin Technology Incubator Finals … Yet, at the startup stage of a company, your story is often still being formulated, and there … 16 more words

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Aviva Investors backs Imperial College's startup incubator

Aviva Investors is backing a £150 million Imperial College London development to support science start-ups as it returns to White City amid the area’s £2 billion regeneration. 30 more words

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