Archive for the ‘ Startup ’ Category

Recruiting Around a Series-A

Monday, August 18th, 2014

If you’ve ever heard the saying, “the second you think it’s time for HR, it’s already too late,” then you’ll know what I’m talking about in this post. SimpleReach, having recently raised a round of funding, is now heavily in to the recruiting process on all fronts. But there is a dichotomy that comes with getting to this point…once you are at the point where can hire, you should have been recruiting for a long time. (more…)

Continuous Learning in Teams

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

One of the most important things in a startup is having a great culture. More often than not, the team will spend more time working and talking with each other than with their family or significant others (scary thought, but yes, it’s probably true). And I don’t want to harp on the importance of culture in a startup because people write tons of posts every day about it. What I do want to write about is what we do at SimpleReach to encourage culture.
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Culture of Product vs. Culture of Code

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

I was talking to Luke Melia of Weplay.com about various cultures of startup companies. We compared two ideas that we referred to as a culture of product and a culture of code. They similar in concept but require defining.
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