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Brad Feld on the Rise of Global Startup Communities | MIT Technology Review

Brad Feld answers questions on Startup Communities and once again stresses that they need to be led by entrepreneurs.

Brad Feld on the Rise of Global Startup Communities | MIT Technology Review.

Do Things that Don’t Scale

Sent by Hengjie Wang co-founder and CEO of Notable, the latest writings from Paul Graham.

Paul Graham is writing that in the early days of a startup the founders must do lots of things that do not scale, especially around early customer acquisition. Early adopters do not normally beat a path to a new startup’s product or service, the founders need to personally attract and hold those customers.

Do Things that Don’t Scale.

Capital-raising-for-NZ-tech-companies1.pdf

Andrew Simmons is a Wellington lawyer with a large amount of experience in the NZ tech company scene. He writes very good information pieces on all kinds of subjects of interest for startups. This is his latest on raising capital in New Zealand.

130705-capital-raising-for-NZ-tech-companies1.pdf.

JFDI opens 3rd class with more focus on mentorship instead of funding

From Chintaka Ranatunga…interesting piece on JFDI accelerator in Singapore, and how they are modifying their model to accommodate variation in incoming startups. Don’t know how this will work out for them.

JFDI opens 3rd class with more focus on mentorship instead of funding.

Self-Finance or Raise Money? A Quandary for Start-Ups – NYTimes.com

A question many NZ startups face:

Self-Finance or Raise Money? A Quandary for Start-Ups – NYTimes.com.

Startup Incubators and Accelerators in Australia | The Fetch Blog // What’s Happening in Your City

I found this list of Australian accelerators “The Fetch” blog. The Fetch has a great list of tech events from cities all around the world, including one for Auckland.

Startup Incubators and Accelerators in Australia | The Fetch Blog // What’s Happening in Your City.

TV Apps Market to Hit $1.9 Billion by 2015 — GigaOM Pro

TV Apps Market to Hit $1.9 Billion by 2015 — GigaOM Pro.