- From start + up. (Wiktionary)
“Commonly, when we think of the word startup, we think of those "two guys in a garage" tinkering, inventing, and changing the world.”
“He left to join what he called a startup, which I later discovered was eight years old.”
“That said, I know first hand how difficult this can be – the last thing we want as a small startup is a lot of back and forth with lawyers.”
“The venture capital industry needs shave about $13 billion a year from its investments in startup companies, writes Paul Kedrosky in a research paper released today by the Kaufman Foundation.”
“Down in Austin, Texas, Trilogy, a once-high-flying startup, is “reinventing the newspaper business for the Internet Age,” with a venture-backed online newspaper.”
“OneDidIt. com: This Finnish startup is building social networking tools around green communities.”
“Since my MBP has several programs planted in startup and I just wanted to test Snow Leopard, these times measure from the time the machine is off to the login screen only.”
“This has turned out to be the most important quality in startup founders.”
“BOOK PRINTING FEES: Even if you want to do print-on-demand, make sure you know how much your self-publisher costs in startup fees.”
“Being in startup and build-out mode they are sucking in money during a time of tight money.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘startup’.
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the bale, the hum.
Buzzwords of our time
An extensive list I have been working on for quite some time. Feel free to add more of the kind if you miss any.
Naming a startup
Looking for tweets for startup.