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Andrea Francis is the growth hacker mogul and troublemaker for Twoodo, the ultimate "one box to rule them all" online productivity tool. She is into events and marketing with tech startups in Europe. Andy likes getting things done and makes an awesome homemade hamburger. Come talk to our startup on @twoodo !

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Which High-Rising Startup Do You Love Best?

| November 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

According to Silicon Valley Business Journal, this is the list of the top ten most buzz-filled and momentum-driving startups. Accelerator/incubator programs are seeing more and more SaaS firms. They’re easy to set up with a handful of people and are rapidly scalable (just don’t lose momentum!). But are we seeing too many of these kinds […]

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Part 3 of The Entrepreneur In Time: Taking Risks Brings Chaos Into Order

| September 25, 2013 | 10 Comments

This article is the third in the series “The Entrepreneur in Time” which is exploring some of the basic assumptions about entrepreneurs from the emergence of entrepreneurship in capitalist business writings up until the present day. I embarked on this topic to discover if the character of the entrepreneur has always been the same, or […]

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Part 2 of “The Entrepreneur In Time”: How to Get People to Like You

| September 18, 2013 | 7 Comments

This article is the second in the series “The Entrepreneur in Time” which is exploring some of the basic assumptions about entrepreneurs from the emergence of entrepreneurship in capitalist business writings up until the present day. I embarked on this topic to discover if the character of the entrepreneur has always been the same, or […]

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Part 1 of “The Entrepreneur in Time”: Creative Destruction

| September 12, 2013 | 13 Comments

This article is the first in the series “The Entrepreneur in Time” which explores some of the basic assumptions about entrepreneurs from the emergence of entrepreneurship in capitalist business writings up until the present day. I embarked on this topic to discover if the character of the entrepreneur has always been the same, or if […]

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What Every Company Website Should Include

| August 22, 2013 | 5 Comments

For the people… 1. Choose website name The first step is one of the most difficult. The internet is saturated with “already-in-use” names, and it can take hours to find a domain that fits your business that isn’t taken. Popular domain search websites include GoDaddy, Name, NameCheap, Hover and Gandi. Start brainstorming a list of […]

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Can a Global Virtual Team Work For a Startup?

| August 6, 2013 | 18 Comments

Working far from your hometown, doing long-distance business trips and travelling the world are not exceptional in the business life any more. The global virtual team and/or virtual management is now part and parcel of almost every growing business. Sometimes it is necessary to have outsourced staff. Or, the manager has to travel frequently. But […]

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