Up to Speed on Deep Learning: November Update

 Continuing our series of deep learning updates, we pulled together some of the awesome resources that have emerged since our last post on October 17th. In case you missed it, here are our past updates: September part 2 & October part 1, September part 1, August part 2, August part 1, July part 2, July … Continue reading Up to Speed on Deep Learning: November Update

10 Essential Guides to Enterprise Sales

Here are some excellent resources & guides to better understand enterprise sales. These resources span all sorts of concepts appropriate for early-stage founders and anyone generally interested in the subject: pricing, metrics, management, business development, sales tools to use, and more. Getting Started The Enterprise Sales Guide by Work-Bench. A broad collection of articles addressing … Continue reading 10 Essential Guides to Enterprise Sales

Up to Speed on Deep Learning: September, Part 2 and October, Part 1

Continuing our series of deep learning updates, we pulled together some of the awesome resources that have emerged since our last post on September 20th. In case you missed it, here are our past updates: September part 1, August part 2, August part 1, July part 2, July part 1, June, and the original set … Continue reading Up to Speed on Deep Learning: September, Part 2 and October, Part 1

The Road Ahead: Autonomous Vehicles Startup Ecosystem

A dynamic view of the current state of self-driving startups. See it here. The autonomous vehicles startup landscape has been evolving incredibly quickly: this past year has a seen a highlight reel of exits, financings, emergent stealth companies, and promising research advancements. The $1B exit of Cruise Automation to GM, the $680M exit of Otto to … Continue reading The Road Ahead: Autonomous Vehicles Startup Ecosystem

Indirect Routes to Market

 When startups focused on the enterprise market initially get started, the sales focus is on selling directly to end customers. This is a valid approach early on, as the companies are working to improve their products, messaging, value proposition, etc. It is important at this stage for the company to have direct contact with customers, … Continue reading Indirect Routes to Market

Up to Speed on Deep Learning: September Update, Part 1

Continuing our series of deep learning updates, we pulled together some of the awesome resources that have emerged since our last post on August 31st. In case you missed it, here are our past updates: August part 2, August part 1, July part 2, July part 1, June, and the original set of 20+ resources … Continue reading Up to Speed on Deep Learning: September Update, Part 1

Up to Speed on Deep Learning: August Update, Part 2

Continuing our series of deep learning updates, we pulled together some of the awesome resources that have emerged since our last post on August 16th. In case you missed it, here’s the August update (part 1), here’s the July update (part 2), here’s the July update (part 1), here’s the June update, and here’s the … Continue reading Up to Speed on Deep Learning: August Update, Part 2

Analyzing The Podcast Renaissance

By Niraj Pant Before starting to analyze podcasting in its current form, it may be best to go back. With the birth of podcasts in 2005, the popularity for the search term increased exponentially. Many things were happening at this time — Apple added support for podcasts on the iPod/iTunes, and many early podcasts were coming out … Continue reading Analyzing The Podcast Renaissance

Student Venture Capital Programs

By Niraj Pant An increasing number of venture capital firms are going past their traditional avenues for finding companies and looking at a new source: students. Specifically, they’re hiring students to work part-time on sourcing companies that they find interesting. Many tech investors are struck by FOMO, and are starting to become more aware that … Continue reading Student Venture Capital Programs