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“Startup Alley” Features 36 Companies At Inman Connect

by Michael Price on 7:46 am July 14, 2015

Inman Connect San Francisco will take place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square from August 4-7, 2015. This year there are 36 companies slated to be a part of “Startup Alley”, a feature that allows new RE tech related companies the ability to meet with prospects, media and potential investors. If you’re interested in having your startup featured in GeekEstate, contact me, or you can find Drew at the event. Companies featured in Startup Alley will include: AM Open House  AM Open House is the most efficient Open … Read More »

Is There a Cool Startup Community Where You Live?

by Drew Meyers on 9:39 pm December 7, 2013

Brad Feld bought a “startup” house in Kansas City in February, located in Kansas City Startup Village. The team at HandPrint is living in the house. Where should Brad buy his next “startup” house? Maybe you are the startup real estate agent in that city?

Naming Your Start-Up/Technology Company – Does It Matter?

by Sam DeBord on 8:39 am October 24, 2013

Naming a Start-up technology company

Creating a great name for your company can be difficult.  For start-ups and technology companies in fast-changing environments, it can be hard to find a stable moniker that represents what your company is today, and will still be appropriate years down the road. As someone who thinks business school first, technology second, I’m going to give some advice that may ruffle a few feathers.  This what you’d hear if you asked your potential paying business customers what to name your company, instead of your inner … Read More »

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