In last week’s Founders Flash, we discussed accelerators and the benefits it can give early-stage startups. This week, HubSpot, an inbound marketing and sales platform, launched HubSpot for Startups for seed-stage startups in an incubator, accelerator, or VC program.
Lately, it seems that no matter the industry or target audience, podcasts have become marketers’ best tool to engage with consumers. But the same idea holds true for business-to-business marketing – and founders should take advantage.
Digital marketing evolves every day and companies often fizzle out because they either couldn’t or didn’t want to keep up with changes in marketing. For startups, digital marketing is even more essential to a successful business.
Creativity is essential to any startup – including finding the perfect company name. Ideally, it would be short, memorable, descriptive, and easy to pronounce; but recent startups have created an interesting trend when it comes to startup company names.
Digital Federal Credit Union’s FinTech Innovation Center is currently looking for applicants for its Fall 2016 Class.
On November 3, Goodwin’s Neighborhood Business Initiative will co-host a free networking event and legal workshop, Doing Business Online – Legal Basics for Small Businesses at Brooklyn FoodWorks (630 Flushing Ave) from 6-8 p.m.
In the most recent round of our “Founders Series,” we examined the rapidly evolving legal and policy landscape affecting privacy and data security. Continuing our look at relevant statutes, we now examine the first federal legislation in the United States that concerns unsolicited commercial email: the “Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003” or the “CAN-SPAM Act.”