Category Archives: Startup Insights

What’s Your Business Stack

When you build a web app or anything online you have some type of technology stack. This ranges widely depending on the requirements. In the past I have worked in a LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP). Lately I have been using the MEN stack (MongoDB, Express.js and Node.js) ha! jk, well kinda. I […]

Platforms for Startups

It seems more and more startups are actually trying to solve one problem many businesses face rather then build an empire of products from day one. If you take a look at Grasshopper Group they are actually spinning off new companies based on the concept of building tools for startups. They solved our phone problems […]

Cashflow Quadrant and You

In case you haven’t read the Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyoskai, I recommend taking a look at the post Learn to have a DRY attitude in Business. Basically an E or Employee trades hours for a salary. You have a Job or (Just Over Broke). This is something parents want you to get right? A […]

Unique Business Models

One thing that is always on my mind is the business models. I am always amazed at the various ways you can sell a product or service. For example, say you want to be a blogger and write content in a specific niche. You could do that whole fail-vertise (great you made $2 today!) with […]

Three Wheels of Startups

So I have a theory that I wanted to post up and showcase. I have been following a lot of startups lately for a project that I am sad to say hasn’t launched, but soon I will JFDI. Anyway, the mega billions that are launching today or startups getting massive amount of funding seem to […]