Post Profile






From Cincinnati to Silicon Valley, DotLoop CEO explains his move

3 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

What are the big differences between the mid-west and San Francisco for an entrepreneur? DotLoop founder and CEO, Austin Allison explains the challenges of founding a company in Cincinnati and why he's making the move out west.
read more

share
See more about: Silicon Valley

Related Posts


Coming to America: Brazil’s Predicta arrives in San Francisco to roll out SiteApps Platform

Technology : Pando Daily (2 years ago)

The story of international entrepreneurs making a pilgrimage to Silicon Valley to test their company-building mettle is well told. One such chapter being written today, however, has a different narrative. The founders behind Predict...

Fleet Unveils An App For Late Night Rides Between Silicon Valley And San Francisco

Technology : TechCrunch (8 months ago)

Newcomers to Silicon Valley are often shocked at how appallingly bad the transit options between San Francisco and the rest of the region can be. It’s a legacy of fragmented regional governance where nine different counties created ...

7 US startup visa options for international founders

Technology : The Next Web Blog (10 months ago)

Mikita Mikado is a software engineer and entrepreneur from Belarus, now based in San Francisco. He is the co-­founder and CEO of Quote Roller and PandaDoc. There is no other place like Silicon Valley, the tech Mecca of access to gre...

West meets east: Silicon Valley accelerator to tackle the future of journalism

Technology : Gigaom (2 years ago)

An unlikely startup accelerator has cropped up in San Francisco Monday, aimed at tackling the big problems in journalism and media from a Silicon Valley perspective, where entrepreneurs aim to change how people consume information a...

Bijan Sabet explains the “chilling effect” that prevents Boston from becoming Silicon Valley

Technology : Pando Daily (9 months ago)

Techies switch jobs faster than diseases move between hosts. This is especially true in Silicon Valley, where founders and employees alike have often worked at numerous companies before catching the entrepreneurial bug and founding ...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC