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Posts tagged with Start Me Up

Start Me Up! A profile of Buffer

If you read my blog post about new tools for Twitter users then you may already be aware of Buffer, a fine productivity app that helps me to schedule the content I choose to share on Twitter. It's well worth a look.

I caught up with co-founder Leo Widrich, who focuses on customer experience and support at Buffer. He is also the marketing head who works on spreading the word about Buffer through blogging, social media and "other forms of hustle". 

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Start Me Up! A profile of ProofHQ

ProofHQ aims to help marketing teams collaborate on content by digitising drafted design work, print ads, web pages, etc. 

I've been asking CEO Mat Atkinson to explain more about the company, its business model, and future plans.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Achoo

Achoo is a social network which allows its users to brag about their achievements and build up a profile which will help attract future employers. 

The site was launched by Andrus Purde, and I've been asking him about Achoo, its business model, the challenges of launching, and his future plans. 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Present.me

Launched at the beginning of this month, Present.me enables individuals and businesses to combine online presentations with video, viewable on demand.

I've been asking co-founder & CEO Spencer Lambert about the challenges of launching Present.me, its business model and plans for the future.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Social-Hire

Social-Hire.com is a niche social network where candidates can discuss careers with employers and recruiters.

It was launched by Tony Restell, who co-founded Top-Consultant.com in 2000, a careers site later sold to Jobsite and the Daily Mail General Trust. 

I've been asking Tony about the new business, how the site was launched and his plans for future growth. 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Sonic Editions

150Sonic Editions is an online-only business which sells limited edition, hand framed iconic images of actors and musicians online. 

We've been asking the team about the business model, and their goals for the future. 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Bizoogo

Launched just last month, Bizoogo is a crowdsourcing platform for entrepreneurs, innovators and professionals looking to start a new business. 

I've been asking Founder & CEO Erez Nounou about the challenges of launching Bizoogo, its business model and plans for the future. 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Netcopy

Launched in 2010, Netcopy aims to create 'digital assets' by bringing publishers' archive content back to life. 

I've been asking the company about its business model and its goals for the future. 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Tripomatic

Launched in 2011, Tripomatic is a new website which helps users plan holidays, as well as activities and places to see wherever they go. 

I've been asking the team about Tripomatic... 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Shoply

Launched last year, Shoply is a social shopping site which provides a marketplace for small brands and local business looking to sell online. 

I've been asking CEO Liad Shababo about Shoply...

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Start Me Up! A profile of Movellas

Movellas has been described as 'YouTube for ebooks', and it allows writers to upload their poetry, stories and essays to the platform. 

Anyone can create their own 'movella' and it is accessible anywhere, anytime, from a computer, tablet, iPad, iPod Touch, eReader or smartphone.

I asked CEO and Co-Founder Per Larson about the company...

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Start Me Up! A profile of Kopi

Kopi is the latest online venture from Philip Wilkinson, who co-founded Keynoir, which was acquired by Time Out last month

Kopi offers monthly deliveries of gourmet coffee to its subscribers.

I've been asking Philip about the new business, how the site was launched in the space of just four weeks, and his plans for future growth. 

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