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Category Archives: Word of mouth

Global Entrepreneurship Week at Tech City UK

Imagine a hub for innovative companies, tech startups and international investors; all in the same part of town. In the UK it’s not just a dream, it’s a reality.

Gareth Cliff On Everything blog tour: #CliffOnEverything

We have a blog tour for Gareth Cliff’s new book and tons of give-aways. The tour will stop at different blogs this week and next week till 27 November. WordStart is giving away books on Facebook and Twitter.

Snapshot of the Discovery Invest Leadership Summit 2011 #DILS11

The Discovery Invest Leadership Summit happened this Wednesday and caused a lot of conversation both online, and among attendees at the Sandton Convention Centre (Johannesburg). Being my first one, I had really high expectations, and they raised the bar from the moment I arrived. Without going into too much detail about all the talks, the […]

Smiling One Pledge: The Crowdsourcing Challenge

Smiling One, a nonprofit, might close in the next four days. So I started a crowdsourcing challenge for them and we invite other bloggers to take part. This post is the first in that series.

Short Book Review: Poke The Box by Seth Godin

In his book Poke The Box, Seth Godin cuts through all assumptions and challenges you right from the start. He tempts you out of comfort, he calls you out, he asks you to take a stand. No contents pages, no forewords, no introductions – he just gets right into it.

The Art Of The Start : Lessons from Guy Kawasaki

The Art Of The Start by Guy Kawasaki goes in-depth about starting an entrepreneurial organization and running it successfully. It’s a book every startup should read, and one you wish you read before you started.

Nedbank delivered on their “Ask Once” promise

I avoid going to the bank as much as possible. Who wants to queue and get average service? Thereafter – in most instances – be told to go to “your home branch”. At least that was always my perception of banks. Until this past Saturday, that is. With the excitement of Friday night, I forgot […]

Lose The Business Plan : Book Review

Business plans are never a true reflection of what goes on in a startup. Yet banks, funders and potential investors still insist on them. My mentor told me something very interesting recently, which also transformed the way I view business since that chat. His words were “don’t plan too much, take your product to market […]

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