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The $100 Startup Entrepreneur

Original post by Eric T. Wagner via FORBES Here I sit in the forest again. Monday afternoon, 3pm. Bailed from my home office with my wife and headed to our favorite spot down by the river. Put up a tent for nap taking; 2 camp chairs to sit in; and bagged some food to eat at Melvin’s Fir […]

Canary Wharf Group to launch accelerator for financial tech businesses

Original post by JAMILLAH KNOWLES via TNW Canary Wharf Group, the property development, investment and management group of companies, has announced plans to open an accelerator space for financial tech companies at One Canada Square in London. With plans to open early next year, the incubator hopes to foster small businesses with a focus on transparency, competition and […]

Kalaari Capital raises $150 m toinvest in technology firms

Original post by The Hind Business Line Kalaari Capital Partners II, a venture capital fund formed by the founders of IndoUS Venture Partners (IUVP), has raised $150 million to invest in the Indian market. Kalaari Capital has already made several investments in companies including Hands Free Networks, Lapis, Magzter, Mettl, Simplilearn, Urban Ladder, Vyome and Zivame. The […]

New York City Startups Recruit at Tech Career Fair

Original post by JACOB GLICK via The Cornell Daily Sun Cornell University and the New York City Economic Development Corporation hosted a career fair Friday as  part of the city’s ongoing“Tech Talent Draft” initiative, which seeks to give students career advice and exposure to NYC’s tech startup community. The event, which featured representatives from more than a dozen […]

Berlin Embraces Net Newbies and Leviathans

Original post by Rachel Stern via SPIEGEL  This week, Google will open a high-profile office in the German capital, which has become a hub for technology firms. With the official opening next year of the Factory, a campus of companies including SoundCloud, entrepreneurs in the city hope to cement Berlin’s reputation as Europe’s leading city for start-ups. The […]