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A Startups Guide to Holiday Gifts for Yourself and Others

We love the holidays. Getting together with family and friends and being able to renew acquaintances that we've lost track of, is an important part of the holidays. The busy startup or founder wearing so many hats in their businesses may put family and friends gifts as the first tasks to accomplish on the to-do list, but sometimes these names and gifts end up the last items to be crossed off the checklist. 
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The Quiet Startup: How to Go from Wallflower to Superpower

There has been a lot written about the power of an introvert as an entrepreneur – dubbed intrapreneurship. In a previous article, I shared a few of my own challenges as an introvert in business and in life, and how I’ve learned to embrace them.
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You Won't Get It The First Time: Resilience Tips for Startup Founders

Failed once, twice, or more than you care to admit? Take comfort in the thought that you are in good company. The publicized lives of top entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Richard Branson give us glimpses of them making major mistakes. There are also many distilled, or summarized, versions of how they bounced back. These are where your silver lining lies.
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Presenting the First Startup Grind Conference Ever in Barcelona!

Barcelona has been repeatedly appearing on the lists of top startup ecosystems for some years now, and even though we are far away from topping any, the city keeps going up year after year.
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5 Entrepreneurs Leading the Charge to Embrace AI's Golden Age

Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) have led to the development of deep learning and progress in big data processing. In turn, these efforts have introduced changes in many industries from space to consumer technology.
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