Clay Collins is the Co-Founder of LeadBrite, a profitable and bootstrapped SAAS startup that’s doubled in revenue almost every month since its inception in May of 2012. Clay is known for preselling his company’s software products before developing them, making the presold product profitable long before a cent is invested in development.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to hear the actual voice of your ancestors, as they tell their life stories? For years, people have been interviewing and recording their ancestors, but finding a safe place to store and easily retrieve later, is a whole other story! How do we help save these memories that fade over time, and when remembered, bits and pieces are often left out or forgotten?
The final episode of Bravo’s Start-ups: Silicon Valley aired recently, wrapping up an 8-episode run of what could be considered the most bizarre depiction of entrepreneurs and start-ups to date. I would not be exaggerating if I told you that it left my head spinning and my mouth agape for at least an hour. What was that? No really, what just happened there?
Founded over a year ago, Stacksocial’s CEO Josh Payne, found the task of sifting through page after page in the hunt for software daunting and decided something had to be done. From a complex problem, a simple solution was found; work directly with developers and publishers to help them reach the demographic that’s most likely to utilize their software.
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LA based CapLinked, a cloud-based business transaction platform yesterday raised $1.6 million in a new round of financing from Peter Thiel, FF Angel, Siemer Ventures, 500 Startups, Andrej Henkler (former Bertelsmann executive), and Alexsis de Raadt-St. James (chairman of the Althea Foundation) and appointed Adam Sroka as Senior Vice President of Technology in a move to make business transactions simple and secure.
Being an entrepreneur is scary. Every day we have to make decisions we don’t know are right or wrong and most times we just do our best to trust our gut. Then people like Kevin Winston storm into a city like Superman to save the day and make all our lives just a little bit easier. That’s what Kevin’s conference, Silicon Beach Fest (SBF), did for Los Angeles entrepreneurs.
I was recently listening to a rant from an associate who was perturbed that his team had not won a pitch event the night before. To be more accurate; he was more upset that he was beaten by a concept that he had bested before in similar contests. He could not understand why the judges chose to bestow first place on a concept that was clearly inferior to his.