This book is what every single startup needs when it’s time to raise outside capital. I am impressed by how thorough Alejandro Cremades is on this book.
Arianna Huffington talked about her previous book about the third metric of success, which is well-being.
Now in The Sleep Revolution, she expands on the importance of sleep and how we must stop celebrating inadequate sleep.
Steve Case’s The Third Wave is a sharp analysis of what has happened with the Internet so far and a roadmap to what’s coming next.
In this book, the AOL co-founder and tech visionary gives advice to the future generation of entrepreneurs and to the government to make America the tech leader again.
Brett Conti from Fortune New York created his brand while he was in the university.
Now he runs a successful business while he travels around the globe.
Jake is the founder and CEO of Sense, a New York-based startup that will help you find the best movie to watch on demand using human and artificial intelligence. Great talk, Jake!
This book is the best contribution to the startup world since The Lean Startup. Sprint is a practical guide to how to iterate and offers the most practical solution for hatching ideas, solving problems, and testing solutions.
I’ve been a great admirer of Gary Vaynerchuk for a few years now. However, what he has done in this book is unprecedented. This is by far my favorite book to recommend to other entrepreneurs.
At South Summit 2015, we invited Casey Neistat to come and talk to the entrepreneurs …
As part of the Fik Stores team, I was participating in the e-commerce program event …
When you’re ready to raise a seed round, it could take way too much time …