• July 15, 2015
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Mike Volpe is a marketing and sales expert. He was one of the first 5 employees to join Hubspot in 2007, and has been a driving force behind the company’s fantastic work bringing marketing and sales together to delight companies and clients. Mike talked with us this week about running a SaaS company and marketing that engages users based on...

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  • July 08, 2015
patience

Josh Elman is a product expert. His rap sheet includes companies like LinkedIn and Twitter, before he moving into venture capital. Josh is currently using his vast product and startup experience at Greylock, investing in new consumer products and services. As a PM-turned-VC, he knows better than anyone what to look for in a successful product. We asked Josh about...

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  • July 01, 2015
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With the 4th of July fast-approaching, the struggle to maintain work/life balance is top of mind. We don’t need another article explaining that there is a struggle. So instead, here’s the honest truth from real entrepreneurs about how they try to find some balance. Some find maintaining a balance near impossible while others have been able to make it work....

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  • June 25, 2015
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Ask any entrepreneur and they will tell you they’ve made a lot of mistakes (and the ones that don’t are lying). But the key to success is learning from these mistakes so you don’t make them again and of course, getting right back up. We asked several successful entrepreneurs from places like Hotel Tonight, Docstoc, Opower and Opsmatic to share...

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  • June 03, 2015
threesixtyfive | day 244

2. The Perpetual MVP. Engineers don’t want to continuously work on code that stays alive but never graduates into an actual product - that means nothing is really getting implemented. “If an MVP works, the idea is to develop it further into a solid product, not to move on to another MVP. If it doesn’t, you shouldn’t keep maintaining it,...

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