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This Startup is Making The Next Leap in Medication Adherence http://alleywat.ch/1lzXGIC via @alleywatch #startup
The best medicine in the world is no good at all unless patients remember to take it. This is one of the big problems (and expenses) in healthcare today, and one that AllazoHealth, a healthcare analytics firm, is attacking head-on. Medication adherence programs aren’t one size fits all, since all patients are different. And they’re prescribed medications for different ailments and reasons. AllazoHealth’s analytics platform is addressing that prob...
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The Fatal Attraction of Black Holes
Black holes have long been a source of intrigue for astronomers and science fiction writers, but what happens when a star wanders too close to one?
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12 of the Hardest Questions Venture Capitalists Will Ask You http://alleywat.ch/12Kgqw0 via @alleywatch #startup
Fundraising? Make sure you know how to answer some of the toughest questions VCs will throw at you.. What Is Your Hole? “The classic VC role is that of an interrogator, trying to break you for a key secret. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Folks who watch the TV show “Shark Tank” know this feeling. Time after time, a well-rehearsed entrepreneur goes through his pitch, and everyone loves it. But the Sharks (VCs) keep poking at the startup un...
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Social Behind the Firewall _ Part 2: Two Reasons Social Doesn't Work http://alleywat.ch/1wHZFSh via @alleywatch #startup
We are not ignorant of the fact that there are times when enterprise social tools are not enthusiastically adopted. The reality is that relatively little of such Web 2.0 internal communications happens in companies today. Our initial research suggests two key barriers to the effective use of enterprise social tools. Barrier #1: M&Ms – Bitter Candy Misperceptions: Social media activity can be perceived as counterproductive or even wasteful by mana...
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These 8 Startups May Be the Next NYC Unicorns
8 startups in NYC that may be the next unicorns.
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Lessons Learned From Google’s 42 Hour Reign As The World’s Most Valuable Company
On Monday February 1st, after the market closed. Google reported blow out earnings. In after hours trading Google’s shares immediately rose by more than 8%, giving the company a market cap of $560 billion, almost 5% above the $535 billion dollar market cap sported by Apple at the time. After a four-and-a half year reign by Apple as the world’s most valuable company, which started when Apple surpassed Exxon on August 11th, 2011, Google was n0w the...
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The January 2016 NYC Venture Capital and Angel Funding Report
A clear and concise analysis of the all NYC venture capital activity during January 2016.
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This NYC AdTech Startup Raised $8.5M
The two cofounders build and sold their first keyword-driven software business in the 1990’s. They underpinned the search systems for BBC, Nokia, NASA, and other emerging websites and intranets in the first wave of the internet taking off, selling their core technology in 1997 for some $20m at the time. Post-acquisition they built the largest index of the internet - almost twice the size of Alta-Vista at the time when Google had a handful of empl...
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Tech Bubble: This is Money in Your Mattress Time
The rise of the unicorns has been bringing about some concern lately. As sky-high valuations give birth to sky rises, many worry the tech bubble is doomed to burst.
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Silicon Valley’s Reality: The Party is Over
Investors and entrepreneurs celebrated success at the ninth annual Crunchies Awards in San Francisco. But irrational exuberance was in short supply at the end of a day, when Zenefits, nominated in the fastest rising start-up category, announced an executive reorganization. The Valley is in the midst of a correction, and that is a good thing, said insiders. It has become harder to raise money, terms like “cash-flow positive” and “sustainable growt...
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9 Things Noah (The Biblical One) Can Teach Entrepreneurs http://alleywat.ch/1xvoqQJ via @alleywatch #startup
On Saturday, October 25, Jews around the world (or at least those who actually go to services) heard the story of Noah’s Ark. And so, with apologies to every rabbi who ever tried taught me anything, here are a few things that Noah can teach entrepreneurs: Plan ahead. Noah didn’t wait until it started raining. Be different. The big winners are the ones who zig when everyone else zags. Go big or go home. Would a row boat have cut it? When you find ...
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Why Your Organic Reach is Declining (And How to Stop It)
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