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Improv class on June 17

The next improv class will be a one-night, single-session class on Wednesday, June 17. See more about the session and get tickets at the event page.

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Improv – you can still join for May 25

If you’re not able to join this week, but don’t want to miss out, please feel free to join for May 25 and the last 2 classes in June.

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Improv class kicking off

Our first improv for business class is kicking off, starting Monday, May 18. The venue is the office at 950 N Washington St, Suite 306, Alexandria, VA 22314. This class will run 4 sessions, so 4 weeks in total. The cost is

Posted in coaching, entiviti, improv

More news about FlockData

FlockData, the data integration that I’ve been working with, is progressing along a normal startup progression scale. This means that it’s getting built, with a mix of customer success and setbacks. We’ve been talking with customers in a wide range

Posted in FlockData, startups

Sharing info about FlockData

In my career, I’ve been involved in many startups, including as:

Posted in business, FlockData, startups

What VCs look for in a startup exec

What does it really take to be a startup exec? Being a startup exec is hard. I’ve done it 4 times, with mixed results. I’ll tell you one thing that I’ve written about before – you learn more from failure

Posted in business, startups

Founders often hurt their own best interests

Founders. Chances are that if you’re reading this, you are one. I’ve been part of the group of founders of 4 startups. 1 was acqhired. 1 exited via a tech licensing buyout. 1 burned through €18M in venture capital. 1

Posted in founders, startups

Why Founders Fail – TechCrunch on The Product CEO Paradox

If you’re a founder, building a startup, ask yourself a question. Are you a product CEO? Do all startup founders fail at some point? Which founders will fail and why? In our work at Entiviti, we help startups. We help

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Startup sites – own one content topic

Q: If you’re a startup site, how can you get top visibility on search engines? A: Own one content topic When your site is small, you might wonder how you can get good traffic from the search engines. This is

Posted in marketing, startups

Does Google control your startups future?

All companies struggle to get noticed. Startups struggle even more. To that point, Google is the number one tool that startups turn to? But does Google wield too much power over your future and your marketing efforts?

Posted in business, marketing, startups

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