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A digital breakdown of Silicon Valley goings-on; insights into the next big startups, tech entrepreneurs to watch and emerging trends in the startup space.

  • Dima Santarskiy
    Published 6 months ago
    How To Build a Peer to Peer Car Rental App Like Turo?

    How To Build a Peer to Peer Car Rental App Like Turo?

    Car rental is a great way to earn money. It's enough to start with one car - your own. This is a full win-win for each side:
  • angeline geo
    Published 6 months ago
    How to develop healthcare and on-demand medical app? 
[Complete Guide]

    How to develop healthcare and on-demand medical app? [Complete Guide]

    If a new piece of technology does not impact the lives of people, it might not turn out to be a business success, however marvelous it maybe! The on-demand mobile application revolution has resulted in a lot of new utilities being born. It has revolutionized the way in which we look at transportation, food, and even dating.
  • Bruce Oxenford
    Published 6 months ago
    Introducing RentALL Space: A Readymade Space Rental Script to Entrepreneurs

    Introducing RentALL Space: A Readymade Space Rental Script to Entrepreneurs

    We know the pain of the entrepreneurs in launching a platform for booking venues for events. You need to convince and bring together the owners of the venue and also the customer to your platform. And you need to take care of the marketing, sales, profits and everything.
  • Natalia Jane
    Published 8 months ago
    How Taxi Dispatch Software Leads You to a Successful Startup

    How Taxi Dispatch Software Leads You to a Successful Startup

    In today’s,world transportation is an important factor. It’s not possible that you have a vehicle every time to travel. So to solve this issue, a taxi is the best option. However, with time, technology and our concept have also changed. It's easy to book a taxi online on your mobile phone. Thanks to those apps makers who make things very smooth and convenient.
  • Rashmi Malhotra
    Published 9 months ago
    Importance Of Market Research For Any New Business Idea.

    Importance Of Market Research For Any New Business Idea.

    Never should market analysis be mistaken. Most successful new businesses experience sustainability as their founders frequently perform market research to understand the rational market, identify business concerns and identify practical rivals.
  • William Mark
    Published 10 months ago
    Perquisites of purchasing an Uber clone script for your business

    Perquisites of purchasing an Uber clone script for your business

    The taxi booking service is never going to go out of trend in the forthcoming years. This is one of the main factors due to which the entrepreneurs or organizations are launching their taxi services in the market. Many taxi businesses have become successful in recent times. They offer different types of rides that attract customers. Starting from bikes, they have auto-rickshaws, hatchbacks, sedan, SUVs, and more. The fare to reach the destination is also less, and they can travel with comfort.
  • SpotnEats Product
    Published 10 months ago
    How UberEats Clone Helps Food Delivery Startups to Increase The Way of Earning Money?

    How UberEats Clone Helps Food Delivery Startups to Increase The Way of Earning Money?

    Ubereats is synonymous with hyperlocal food delivery. In fact, they are the ones to introduce this model to the world which is no spreading to many towns. The success of this model is from the fact that it requires minimal capital and a short time for launch. Because of this, many startups have sprouted and some went on to compete with global firms like Foodpanda.
  • Alex Hayes
    Published 11 months ago
    How to Attract Investors with your Unique Selling Proposition

    How to Attract Investors with your Unique Selling Proposition

    And you know that your product has to stand out in the market. But you don’t know how exactly, right? No worries. We are going to break it down for you and tell how to create a Unique Selling Proposition (USP) and attract investors with it.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 11 months ago
    NVR vs. Cloud Security: Why Verkada’s Hybrid Model Beats Them All

    NVR vs. Cloud Security: Why Verkada’s Hybrid Model Beats Them All

    California-based startup Verkada is offering a solution that closes the security gaps associated with traditional NVR/DVR and cloud surveillance systems.
  • Anne & Anamesa
    Published about a year ago
    Making Authentic Friendships: The App Specifically Designed for Those with Special Needs

    Making Authentic Friendships: The App Specifically Designed for Those with Special Needs

    Anamesa is proud to showcase, represent and support individuals who dedicate their time to making the world a little better (in whatever way that may be). Fortunately for myself, I know a lot of inspiring, hard working people. One of them being my friend Juliana.
  • Ian Lewis
    Published about a year ago
    Top European Countries to Open a Startup In

    Top European Countries to Open a Startup In

    We all know what Silicon Valley is and how it impacted the world. Furthermore, with the growth and expenditure of Asian economies and companies, this market is having, if not the same, at least similar impact on the world as the Valley. In this race, it feels that Europe is falling behind, but that is not entirely true. European countries are competing with each other to make the best possible environment for startups. And these countries are top European countries to open a startup.
  • Anita Powell
    Published about a year ago
    Buying a Website Versus Just Doing It Yourself Part 2

    Buying a Website Versus Just Doing It Yourself Part 2

    In the last blog, I discussed building a website yourself. This time, I’ll talk to you about paying someone to create your website. Having someone else create the website of your dreams seems like the perfect idea. Here I bring you the "but..." The but is that you must work just as hard, as if you're creating the website yourself, and you may also lose vital control over making changes or editing the backend of your site. The one thing that you should want, besides a reasonable price, is a detailed list of what they will do. The other thing is knowing whether they are creating the site from a template, or building it from your ideas. A template, to me, is just filling in the blanks with content, and tweaking it as much as possible to your specifications. When this can't be done to exactly your specifications, then comes a conversation where the web designer tries to gently persuade you that his/her idea is better. I feel that you should pay more for a website being built from the ground up, than when a template is used. It's like getting a house built from nothing, versus a prefab where they just snap the pieces into place. You're paying for what you get; so you need to decide what kind of website you want. You need to get estimates, because the prices run from sane to insane amounts. You should get them to show you previous websites that they built, and when possible, contact the person that bought the website.