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Thinkspace is a very vibrant and upbeat environment. Peter understands what it takes to be at ground zero and always willing to work with startups to provide them an opportunity to be successful.
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Relocating the business out of our homes into Thinkspace was our best move yet! The digs are great, the location convenient and the staff exceptional. We’ve also enjoy the “business community ” we’ve gained being at Thinkspace.
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Since returning from MIT back in June I’ve been focusing on the growth of the company. It has been pretty much on mind non-stop for months now. The part that I’d like to zero in on is when you’ve got a high growth company what are some of the best practices out there to distribute equity to the founders, advisors, and employees? [Read more]
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I recently had the opportunity to attend a General Assembly Seattle presentation on growth hacking tech startups by growth hacking pioneer Nik Badminton. Nik is a self-described “recovering management consultant, ad man” author, futurist and the current Regional Director at Freelancer, the world’s largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace. Freelancer was founded in 2004 and is […]
What I’m about to write is NOT going to resonate with the millennial Gen-Y crowd and that’s ok. This post is written for the startup founder, entrepreneur, and small company CEO. This topic is looking through the lens of the person that created the company, started the company with their own money, and pretty much […]