With the excitement of Snap Inc.’s IPO still fresh in everyone’s minds it is no surprise investors have started looking for the next initial public offering (IPO) opportunity. For some time investors have discussed a possible IPO announcement from Uber, a large privately held tech company. Unfortunately Uber’s IPO excitement has cooled recently following scandalous
Apps & Sites
What if I told you that there was a social platform that would enable you to reach and interact with every single potential customer for your service or good in a way that was authentic, fully personalized and most importantly, almost completely free to utilize? Chances are you’d tell me I was crazy and that
The last couple of weeks buzzed with excitement for the Snap IPO and Snap did not disappoint. In one day the tech company raised $3.4 billion during its initial public offering. That is a lot of money. So what led to investors placing $3.4 billion of faith into Snap? It could be Wall Street being
People who are spearheading the development of new products will often face the dilemma of creating something perfect, vs making compromises and justifying their decision, and often it’s the latter that takes place. Ultimately it’s those decisions that can make or break a company in it’s early stages, because in theory every startup should succeed
After working with hundreds of customers and colleagues over several years, I’m baffled by what so many of them are hiding. On the surface, they may possess a beautiful website or app, consider themselves quite tech savvy, or they could even be making millions of dollars…. but when I take a look at their technology
MY NOTES ON TWITTER’S POTENTIAL ACQUISITION. If you’re into startups or tech, you know Twitter has been on the chopping block for quite some time. Their stock jumped when potential suitors were named. Their stock also dropped when said potential suitors backed out. But what suitor actually makes sense to jump in and acquire Twitter?
The new app, Pokémon Go, is taking the world by storm. The app was released on July 6th and in just a day later it has become one of the most viral smartphone phone apps ever! By July 7th, Pokémon Go had more installations on Android phones than Tinder and the app is closing in