Kabam Launches The Godfather: Five Families Exclusive to Google+

Tech Zulu Event

TGFF includes aspects of competitive interaction, territory building, resource management and synchronous game play create a more immersive game world allowing players to enjoy longer.

What Happens When Startups Turn from Their Innovation Stage to Operational Excellence?

Both Sides of the Table

In the case of MakeSpace we had huge initial successes in New York City as Rahul led the scaling of our drivers, our trucks and our warehouses and we figured out the right price points to beat the local competition.

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7 Ways To Counter The “I’m Too Busy” Syndrome At Work

Startup Professionals Musings

Your competitive drive for success will cause you to dive in with more energy and not be easily distracted. The value of increased productivity to your business is self-evident More importantly, the value to your health and your career is paramount.

13 Red Flags To Avoid In Your Investor Funding Pitch

Startup Professionals Musings

Smart entrepreneurs highlight their own positives in competitive positioning, rather than competitor negatives. Your credibility is paramount, so don’t jeopardize it with hype and too much passion.

Create An Industry Alliance Entrepreneurs: Need Friends On The Startup Playground


Entrepreneurs can emulate de la Guerra’s strategy and make their adVenture appear far larger than reality and thus increasing its influence and market reach while discouraging competitive threats by creating an industry alliance.

Startup Children – How To Parent An Entrepreneur (Part III) - Board Games Can Teach Children Negotiating And Risk Taking Skills


Thus, as is true with any startup, survival is paramount. The Jail board space serves as a reminder to aspiring entrepreneurs that spirited competition is encouraged, as long as it is kept within the acceptable bounds of fair play. Note: This is part III of a five part series.

How to Develop Your Fund Raising Strategy

Both Sides of the Table

So interacting with you in person is paramount. The only way to get VCs to move is to make sure subtly that they feel a deal is or may become competitive. You need to create a sense of competition. Raising money is hard.

Interview with Tobi Bauckhage, Moviepilot


Bauckhage talks about the firm's recent funding from DFJ Espirit, T-Venture, Grazia Equity, and others, and how the company has been helping studios like Twentieth Century Fox, Universal, Disney and Paramount market their upcoming releases.

Surveying SoCal's M&A Landscape, with David Siemer


They have to be sensitive to competitive dynamics, but, if you are in ad-tech, and WPP or Google is the best buyer for your company, why not spend some time with a VP at Google? That''s paramount to a great exit.

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Interview with Anne Walls and John Singleton, WordHustler


We are trying to keep it competitive. I went to UCLA, and majored in English, and then worked in Hollywood for ten years, for companies such as CAA, Paramount, and Judd Apatow. Anne Walls and John Singleton are co-founders of WordHustler (www.wordhustler.com), a local Hollywood startup looking to help writers connect with publishers. WordHustler launched in May of 2008 in a beta. We caught up with both Anne and John to learn more about the company.

Interview with Sherry Gunther, Masher Media


There's more competition, but there's a lot more available to you as a developer. What I truly feel is absolutely paramount to any successful entertainment project, is the content itself. Last Week, Calabasas-based Masher Media announced it had received a round of angel funding from the Tech Coast Angels to fund its development of MyMiniPeeps (www.myminipeeps.com), a virtual world for children.

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