Crazy About Startups

Crazy About Startups

Crazy about Startups is an innovative platform for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs. Crazy About Startups creates a community of all crazy entrepreneurs who eat, sleeps, breathes and dream about startups.

Subscribe to Newsletter

 
Twitter, a company that doesn’t lack for headaches, has added two more items to the list of things that keep it awake at night.

What happens when everything falls apart and you lose it all? These very successful entrepreneurs and members of The Oracles, who have all started from scratch more than once, explain what they would do next if they lost it all again.

After revealing the name of its soon-to-be-opened new headquarters in Silicon Valley, the iPhone maker is growing its footprint and workforce in Seattle—not far from the homes of Amazon and Microsoft.

In a world that has grown increasingly dependent on mobile technology, you should consider having a customized mobile application for your business. In 2014, 60 percent of online traffic came from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. By 2016, that figure had reached 65 percent.

At the heart of humanity is an intrinsic need to feel loved and cared for. This desire articulates itself in many different ways, but one of the most basic expressions of this need comes in the form of being heard and respected.

A Nasscom report had recently pointed out about the dearth of hardware startups in India. Nasscom Chairman of Product Council Ravi Gururaj had correctly pointed out on the difficulties of getting it right at the hardware frontier of things.

Urban Mobility can be considered the most important aspect of urban living. A survey by McKinsey & Company last year said by 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities.

Big news emerged from M&A land earlier this morning, when travel search giant Skyscanner revealed it had been acquired by one of China’s biggest online travel companies, Ctrip, in a deal worth £1.4 billion (USD$1.74 billion).

Banks involved in the blockchain consortium R3 CEV have expressed interest in investing $59 million in the company’s first funding round, less than half its overall target, a person close to the deal said on Friday.