Over the past few months, interest in Blockchain technology has steadily grown, largely driven by the meteoric rise in the value of Bitcoin. Because of this surge in price, it comes as little surprise that many investors are trying to find a foothold into the Bitcoin trading space.
In the startup world, one of the toughest things to do is to hire efficiently. So many job seekers are willing to blatantly lie about a basic skill in order to get a job. It could take weeks after they are hired to figure this out – a major waste of time and money if the skill required is essential to their job. Startups often do not have the time to go through multiple rounds of hiring while working hard to become profitable. Investors often want to see progress in terms of numbers rather than progress in processes. The following are five tactics that will help attract top talent. Continue reading 5 Tactics To Attract Top Talent→
Simulation technology has come a long way since its inception, and even today it is constantly evolving.
As a startup, you have the opportunity to choose simulation software, while conversely an established company might find it expensive to make changes to their software stack. Hence, it’s important that you are aware of emerging trends so you can make an informed choice. Remember, as a startup you cannot afford to make the wrong choice since you have limited resources. The technology you select today should be able to withstand the test of time, as you’ll be in the market for many years to come. Continue reading Top Trends in Engineering Simulation for Startups→
StartupBlink has set up on a mission that started in early 2014, and is finally done, in the form of the Startup Ecosystem Rankings Report. This report ranks 954 cities and 125 countries around the world based on their startup ecosystem strength. Our rankings are drawn from thousands of data points gathered from various sources that appear on the StartupBlink global ecosystem map. The main goal of this report is to feature and rank hundreds of locations instead of highlighting a few winners that are already well known.