We’re excited to announce that the NewME PopUP Tour is coming to a city near you and we’re kicking things off in sunny Miami this October at the inaugural REVOLT Music Conference (RMC). The Revolt Music Conference is a hot bed for innovation converging music, marketing, and technology. Sessions will include a diverse panel of […]
Adam Hansen, startup advocate for Rackspace hosting, spoke with our NewME VR founders about shared hosting options, moving from idea phase to having a product up and running on a server and cloud sites, to name a few topics addressed.
With extensive experience in team management at companies such as Nike, eBay and Zynga, Laurence Toney spoke with NewME founders about building a successful startup team. Here are Toney’s tips on constructing and managing the best startup team.
We tapped Dropbox’s first employee and founder of Assorted Bits, Inc. Aston Motes to share his tips on finding and recruiting the best technical co-founder for your business.
With Google releasing its numbers on where the company stands when it comes to the diversity of its workforce, NewME founder and CEO Angela Benton weighed in on the industry’s diversity debate.
With his two-time success rate, HopStop.com founder Chinedu Echeruo shares his tips on what founders should know about acquisitions.
Internet entrepreneur Sean Percival joined our NewME VR session to discuss creating a winning online marketing strategy, ways to avoid committing an online marketing blunder, and tips for getting an entrepreneur’s product or service out there without breaking the bank.
We tapped Aaron Saunders, CEO and founder of Clearly Innovative, Inc., to walk us through his app development checklist, what you should know before building a mobile application, and choosing the right platform for your app.
Crowdbooster.com founder and CEO Ricky Yean spoke with our founders about ways to drive customer acquisition, effective online marketing strategies and the power of social media.
Less than a week after Zoobean survived a swim with the sharks on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” the Edtech startup announced a $400,000 funding round from investors that include Militello Capital, CIT GAP Funds and angel investor Hilton Augustine Jr.