The StartupBlink Community Leaders program is growing – fast. Since its inception, we’ve welcomed the establishment of over 70 chapters led by dynamic entrepreneurs, tech luminaries, and innovative thought leaders. StartupBlink’s Community Leaders program is remarkably diverse, yet all leaders have certain goals in common.
Growing and improving their local startup ecosystem.
A new member of StartupBlink’s Coworking Community, Merkspace, is setting an ambitious standard for coworking competitors. We recently sat down with Co-Founder and CEO Sapir Shpigel to discuss Merkspace’s approach in a rapidly growing and increasingly competitive coworking market. Shpigel decided to establish a coworking center together with her father, Jacob Shpigel, after realizing they could offer entrepreneurs not only an exciting place to work but greater access to helpful resources as well. Continue reading Merkspace: Coworking Redefined→
Enthusiasm is fuel for startups. Yes, you can say that money also plays a big role. But for startups that are struggling with money, especially in their early phase, enthusiasm is the thing that keeps it all together.
There are plenty of reasons why someone might want to work at a start-up. There’s the chance to get in on something at the ground floor, to work on something new and exciting, the possibility for advancement, or maybe they just want to work with a smaller group of people. Whatever the reason, if you count yourself among those who would like to work at a start-up, you need to think about your application strategy. Start-ups are looking for different things compared to established companies, and you need to adjust your methods accordingly. Here are a few things you can do to land that job: Continue reading Want to Work at a Start-up? Here’s How to Land the Job→