#12 Stock options Explained, fundraising kit and more..
also red sea beautiful snorkelling shots 📸
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Google Search Is Dying: There is a good discussion on this article, Paul Graham thinks this image means Reddit as a social media site “still hasn’t peaked”. What it actually means is that the number of people using Reddit as a search engine is growing.
All you need to raise a round: a very fundraising kit
will help you answer some important questions, like
How to find investors? How to craft your pitch deck? How to cold email investors? How to run investor meetings? and How to run a tight process?
This Amazing thread of @mouneer sharing his beautiful shots from the red sea in Egypt 🇪🇬
The President of Shopify.com @harleyf on “Where It Happens” show
- How Shopify changed e-comm forever
- New e-comm business ideas
- Elements of entrepreneurial DNA
- 5 year predictions - Morris Chang, TSMC, & Shopify
Go to Market Strategies
”In this episode, guest Karthik Suresh, CTO, and co-founder of Ignition shares his take on PMs, PMMs, and go-to-market strategies. In addition, find out why he believes user research is probably one of the most important parts of product management or product development in general.”
Stock Options explained: basics for startup employees and founders by Slidebean
Inspired: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love
“The basic premise of Inspired is that the best tech companies create products in a manner very different from how most companies create products. The goal of the book is to share the techniques of the best companies. This book is aimed primarily at Product Managers working on technology-powered products. That includes the hundreds of "tech companies" like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter”
Check it out! →Goodreads page
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