El Referente
El Referente es el primer diario de emprendedores que busca impulsar y difundir las iniciativas más innovadoras de España de proyectos de base tecnológica, sociales.Entre las 370 compañías que forman parte de la Comunidad destacan CartoDB, Jobandtalent, Traity, Socialcar, Ticketbis o The App Date.

EIE
El Instituto Europeo para el Emprendimiento (EIE) es una organización pionera creada por un grupo de emprendedores para emprendedores. Se otorga especial protagonismo a las personas, y no exclusivamente los proyectos, en nuestra misión de fomento del emprendimiento. El objetivo principal de nuestros programas, siendo los mentores un pilar fundamental de los mismos, es fortalecer los diferentes puntos débiles que puede tener el emprendedor a la hora de acometer sus proyectos.

Emprendedores
La revista y portal líder en Gestión y Creación de Empresas.

TodoStartups
Portal de referencia para emprendedores tanto en España, como en Latinoamérica. En él se recoge toda la información de actualidad sobre startups, financiación, inversiones y nuevas tecnologías, un punto de encuentro para emprendedores en busca de inspiración para lanzar su propio proyecto.

EFE empresas
EFE -la primera agencia de noticias en Castellano y la cuarta del mundo-, así como herramientas que te pueden servir para desarrollar tu proyecto empresarial y entrevistas a protagonistas en este ecosistema que han logrado poner en marcha su idea emprendedora.

The Top Entrepreneur Articles for Weekend Reading

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-06-07

Each week we scour the web for insightful articles to share with our Founder Institute network.

This week's top articles include an explanation why startups need to focus on sales instead of marketing; why you can't fool investors like 14th-ranked Mike Maples, Jr.; keys to exponential growth; and more.

Check out the top startup and entrepreneur articles from the week of June 1st.

Why Startups Need to Focus on Sales, Not Marketing

Jessica Livingston, founding partner of Y Combinator, explains why it's important for startups to focus on sales instead of marketing. As she writes, "The most important thing an early-stage startup should know about marketing is rather counterintuitive: that you probably shouldn’t be doing anything you’d use the term “marketing” to describe."

Just “Doing” A Startup Won’t Fool Anyone

In this week's Investor-edition of the Minute, 14th-ranked Forbes Midas List investor Mike Maples, Jr., Founding Partner of FLOODGATE, speaks with Founder Showcase on-camera host Helen Park about what traits he looks for in entrepreneurs to determine whether they are worthy of an investment.

Scale or Fail? Don't Overlook These Keys to Exponential Growth

Over on Entrepreneur, Sheena Tahilramani, provides three helpful keys for exponential growth. She warns against getting caught up in the day-to-day maintenance and instead suggests better ways to manage and develop your mission, growth plan, and workforce.

11 Famous Entrepreneurs Share How They Overcame Their Biggest Failure

Vivian Giang of Fast Company, has compiled a list of eleven famous entrepreneurs who overcame failure. Read about the creators of Huffington Post, Muse, HowAboutWe, the comic Dilbert, Thrillist, Nextshark, and others who moved past their obstacles and hurdles.

Pitch the Way VCs Think [PDF]

The venture firm of Khosla Ventures has provided a very helpful PowerPoint deck for entrepreneurs who are planning to pitch to VCs. Going through slide by slide on a typical startup pitch deck, Khosla gives detailed explanations on what works and what doesn't.

These 5 Decisions Define You As An Entrepreneur

Marty Zwilling of Startup Professionals, Inc. has put together a list of five decision that entrepreneurs make which can define their career and identity. He breaks down the decisions that include the launch, turning point, tipping point, recommitment point, and letting go point.

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