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Startup Resources: The Best Startup Tools & Resources
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200+ Free Startup Ideas
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200+ Free Startup Tips
Free Startup TipsFrom operating on a shoestring budget to handling millions of funding, from working remotely to building a multi[...]
The History Of Microsoft
Did you know Microsoft’s first operating system was not Windows? It's first OS was based on Unix. But Microsoft helped[...]
How To Find Investors For Your Startup?
If we consider starting up to be a video game, the investment phase is the boss level. While getting to[...]
Everlane Business Model | How Does Everlane Work & Make Money?
The retail industry is a highly competitive market. The profit margins tether on extreme ends in most of the cases[...]
How Does Stripe Work? | Stripe Business Model
The online payments sector only looks like it is going to increase in scale and size as more and more[...]
Why Did Blockbuster Fail?
Before Netflix, there was Blockbuster. Blockbuster Logo | Source: Wikipedia The current situation of “stream-your-entertainment-to-your-living room” was not a thing[...]
The History Of Walmart
Walmart is an American multinational retail company that has over 2.2 million employees (2018) and it operates a chain of[...]
Why Did Blackberry Fail?
The days of corporates hooked on to their blackberry are not yet forgotten. Back in the 2000s, Blackberry became a[...]
The History Of Amazon
Amazon is huge – it helps run Netflix, supports the functioning of governmental organizations such as the US Department of[...]
How does Mozilla Make Money | Mozilla Business Model
Organisation established to harness the power of the software development community. Creating an open-source community-powered browser good enough to steal[...]
What is Zoom? | Zoom Business Model
Zoom has seen a spectacular rise in terms of user numbers, especially during the trying times of quarantine and social[...]
Understanding Apple Business Strategy
Based in Cupertino, California, Apple is an American multinational company that designs and sells consumer electronics, software, and services. Apple’s[...]
What Is GitHub? | GitHub Business Model
GitHub is the world’s largest software development platform that is used by big-name companies as well as individuals in order[...]
How Does Steam Work | Steam Business Model
The video gaming industry is a huge business – for the past 10 years, it has made more money than[...]
The History of Facebook
On 4th February 2020, Facebook turned 15 years old with over 2.3 billion monthly active users. That accounts for 30%[...]
How Does Shopify Work? | Shopify Business Model
A business can easily increase their reach by creating an ecommerce store that either reflects its physical stores or acts[...]
Does Myspace Still Exist? | Why Did Myspace Fail?
Before Facebook, there was Myspace. The company launched six months prior to Facebook, Myspace grew rapidly and was even the[...]
How Does IFTTT Work & Make Money | IFTTT Business Model
Unlike tangible items, software can only be used for what it is programmed to do. Unlike in the physical space[...]
Vimeo Business Model | How Vimeo Works & Makes Money
Vimeo was the first site to introduce High-Definition (HD) videos to the online video-sharing space. Even though Vimeo is not[...]
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