NEW YORK--What is the future of media? The question may resonate the most among journalists and other media practitioners. After all, it’s their livelihood at stake. The answer in a word may be video, especially the way the panelists talked about how it is going very far and coming in. Even GoPro is reportedly adding some kind of news coverage.
NEW YORK—On the second day of the Yahoo Developer Conference last August 27 at the Marriott, breakout sessions were held, with user acquisition as a topic attended by OLC. The key takeways: Developers have a three-month grace period to get sticky; get the app store experience right; app install ads work, but it’s important to talk to your users through a variety of marketing channels.
SAN FRANCISCO--Last August 27, OLC attended Demo Day featuring ITU Gate Startups at RocketSpace. A handful of companies was able to give a few minutes demo and receive real-time feedback from a panel of judges.
NEW YORK--Is one percent better than zero or none at all? We’re not talking about the affluent in the United States, but if the one-percent effort or initiative that big companies dedicate to social impact is sufficient—or if it’s just a compromise, a public relations move.
If you’re keeping up with the tech scene these days, you won’t hear Mock Series A Term Sheet Negotiations too often. It may be your first time to hear it, as we did, so we went to Orrick’s Total Access last August 24 at CBS to find out how it would unravel for us.
SAN FRANCISCO--Last August 19, OLC attended a PitchForce event in San Francisco. A handful of companies presented to a panel of judges where they received real-time feedback and a potential in-person second meeting with an investor.
Tech meetup groups have taken most of the summer off, but Codecademy took the quiet time to hold an HTML and CSS workshop of its newly released web projects last August 20 at its office in midtown Manhattan with the people behind it in attendance--Zach Sims and Ryan Bubinski.
If you’ve seen a drone, most likely you’re thinking how hard can it be to fly one, right? Well, it was not so easy for Easy Aerial’s CEO Ivan Stamatovski.
NEW YORK--Some apps certainly function as if they were invisible like Dennis Mortensen’s x.ai. It’s an artificial intelligence powered personal assistant that schedules meetings for you.
As an entrepreneur you most likely want to partner with the big players in your space. OPC (other people’s channels) can be a very profitable way of scaling your venture. But how do you go about it? Here are some important considerations in securing partnerships with much larger companies.