(via Mastercard Makes Commerce More Conversational With Launch of Chatbots for Banks and Merchants)

Ctrip Announces Agreement to Acquire Skyscanner

 (via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEGdbPthYb4)

Airbnb สะเทือนวงการโรงแรมจริงหรือ note th airbnb 20161123

meetplace – social vr

Meetplace is a new social world that lets you meet up and interact as if you are in the same place! for more info mail chris@socialtechnologies.hk

Social Virtual Reality is gonna be huge. – medium.com

Meetplace is a new social world that lets you meet up and interact as if you are in the same place! for more info mail chris@socialtechnologies.hk  (via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9V9e0tVKIk)

SpaceX’s Plan to Provide Internet from Orbit Edges Closer to Launch

Do People Truly Thrive In Coworking Spaces? | Dynamic Business – Small Business Advice – Forums | Dynamic Business Australia

Coworking on the roll

Do People Truly Thrive In Coworking Spaces? | Dynamic Business – Small Business Advice – Forums | Dynamic Business Australia

95 Ways to find your first customers for customer development or your first sale

95 Ways to find your first customers for customer development or your first sale | jasonevanish.com
via: Chirs Walsh

Building Customer Driven SaaS Products | Jason Evanish

You can have the best idea in the world, but until you find someone besides yourself that wants it, it’s not really a business.  To find those people, as Paul Graham wrote in a recent essay, you have to “Do Things That Don’t Scale.” The problem is, it is often unclear what those “Things” are.

Fortunately, the internet is full of help. In particular, I was inspired by recent posts on someone going from zero to revenue in 5 weeks using customer development and validation by Melissa Tsang for her new startup Cusoy. I’ve also found the advice for Joel of Buffer about his start and the advice from this post by Jason Cohen of ASmartBear blog to be spot on. With all that advice though I still hadn’t seen anyone tell you where to look.

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America’s Fastest-Growing Company Is in Your Mailbox Every Month

America’s Fastest-Growing Company Is in Your Mailbox Every Month