Feeder parasite

The Feeder Startup

Steve Sammartino | September 8, 2014 | Startup Ecosystems & Communities, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

The startups that we know and revere shape our mindset on what we ought to be building. Or should I…

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Corporate skyline

Marketing Myopia – the Sequel

Steve Sammartino | September 3, 2014 | Customer Development, Enterprise Incubation, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

One of the seminal business essays is the Marketing Myopia. It was written way back in 1960 by marketing legend…

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Are we all in problem-solution fit denial?

We recently asked Pollenizer readers to identify the biggest challenge they face everyday with their startups, and the answer was…

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The top ten bits of startup advice I ever got

Alexis Knight | August 25, 2014 | Advice, Quick Tips, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

1. Don’t bother with stealth, head straight to doing Almost all ideas have been done before. If you don’t yet…

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Entrepreneurs, hold your hockey stick right

Fabian Tilmant | August 21, 2014 | #startupph, Customer Development, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

A few weeks ago, Gabe Rivera from Techmeme tweeted this picture. It hit me. It explained super simply something I…

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Level up your accelerator application

Get the edge for your application to join this awesome accelerator.

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Plan A, Plan B

Underwrite your startup

Steve Sammartino | August 13, 2014 | Startup Science | 1 Comment |

Here’s what we are told to do: • quit whatever we are doing • go all or nothing • start…

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Why mentors can be meaningless and should get on board

Alexis Knight | August 11, 2014 | Startup Science | 2 Comments |

Let me start with a disclaimer: mentors are great, if you find the right one. More often than not an…

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An App Store Experiment: Part 4

Sam Birmingham | August 7, 2014 | Startup Science | 3 Comments |

Earlier in the year we published Parts 1, 2 and 3 of Stuart Hall’s brilliant blog series, An App Store Experiment. He…

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Lean Canvas Paper for Penultimate/Evernote

Phil Morle | August 6, 2014 | Startup Science | 0 Comments |

I have two conflicting requirements. I want to collect my process digitally in the cloud, and yet I like to…

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