This is a guest post by Alignable CMO Dan Slagen about the missed opportunity the company has identified in social networking, and why they’ve chosen to build the business on the East Coast. Full disclosure: NextView is an investor in Alignable.
In this episode, NextView’s Rob Go talks with Yoav Shapira, a longtime tech leader in the Boston startup community.
Editor’s note: The NextView team periodically holds internal “shootarounds,” where we discuss a startup topic or trend and try to make sense of it for everyone involved: entrepreneurs, investors, and consumers. We’ve decided to share these publicly. Below is a lightly edited transcript of our discussion on drones. You can find another shootaround on voice […]
According to David Cancel, CEO of Drift, the optimal number of members in a product team at a young startup is three. But if you’re focused on the number to begin with, you’re missing the point. “What was the theory behind three? I just made it up,” he said on an episode of his […]
Startups are exciting for any number of reasons, not least of which are all the fresh new ideas for products and various approaches to doing the work.
Investors love the idea of backing second-time founders, especially if they have had success in their last company.
On this episode of Traction, we go inside the thinking behind a $16B startup — worth more than Twitter, Pinterest or Dropbox as of this recording.
How do you build your engineering/dev team from the ground up? There are a few different ways to do it, but unfortunately, none bring a guarantee of success. Let’s make a few assumptions: You are a founder, you have your idea, and you have your money. It is just you. You need to bring in […]
Editor’s note: The NextView team periodically holds internal “shootarounds,” where we discuss a startup topic or trend and try to make sense of it for everyone involved: entrepreneurs, investors, and consumers. Below is a lightly edited transcript of our latest shootaround on voice technology.