AI and Us Recommendation: invest an hour in an interesting – and challenging – podcast episode. Let me explain why. The podcast is called Complexity. It’s a product of the Santa Fe Institute, which was founded in 1984 to study the [...]
Thanks to everyone who responded to the last two posts. Though not customer validation, your comments help to support the following theories: Sales and scaling overseas remains a primary challenge for Irish startups. Though the language is [...]
Over the last few weeks I’ve spent a lot of time talking to software engineers about joining our growing team at Luna Connect. And it’s got me thinking about my own career and the amazing opportunities I’ve had, from working [...]
If you read last week’s post, we’ve been thinking about the changing nature of funding, how increased communication and collaboration are making for a more transparent – and fast-moving – marketplace for startups. How startup studios are part [...]
My first experience with early-stage startups was in the late 80s. When I arrived at the University of Chicago, it had no organized patenting and commercialization efforts, and was already smarting from having missed out on a couple of big, [...]
A View From the Fridge A good friend has a good business with promising sales (in the €millions), has gone to the US for A-round funding at a €5million pre-money. Very capital efficient, very promising. The response from across the pond: nice [...]
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