In StartupWatching’s last edition I shared Coinbase seedround pitch deck. Now it’s time to check out Uber’s. Co-founder Garrett Camp has shared their very first pitch deck from late 2008, back when Uber was still called UberCab.
Based on decades of experience ideating, validating, creating, growing, and funding startups from both sides of the table, the team at Prota Ventures have developed this framework to help entrepreneurs with the first critical steps of their journey.
The beauty about side projects is that they’re limitless. You have the freedom to explore and create whatever you want. If you’re spending all day at your job on serious work, why not make your side projects a little fun and stupid? Femke van Schoonhoven shares the side projects that taught her valuable lessons she still uses today.
Why is it that some people seem to be hugely successful and do so much, while the vast majority of us struggle to tread water?
The answer is complicated and likely multifaceted.
One aspect is mindset—specifically, the difference between amateurs and professionals.
Most of us are just amateurs. But what’s the difference? Shane Parrish shares all of them.
Shival Gupta shares how he got intrigued by chatbots and spend one month to do research, talking with experts, tinkering with toolkits, and procrastinating to finally coding a functional bot in about 2 hours. This is his story.