By Julian Steinforth, Expedition PR
Last week we published an article on “Books You Want To Read This Summer” and before that we recommended “A Few Sites To Follow The News And Get Ideas”. This time we put together a few blogs and publications that we think every entrepreneur should read to stay ahead of the curve.
In the Wall Street Journal column “The Accelerator”, startup mentors are discussing strategies and challenges of creating a new business. The blog shares different viewpoints and experiences of entrepreneurs, angel investors and venture capitalists. It’s a must-read for every aspiring and serial entrepreneur. @wsjstartup
Every company we talk to wants to be covered by TechCrunch. It is one of the biggest news sites to cover disruptive IT startups and large companies, such as Google, Apple and Facebook. We call it “the daily bread” of the tech industry. @TechCrunch
The Kauffman Foundation is among the largest private foundations in the United States with an asset base of approximately $2 billion – dedicated to entrepreneur programs and research. Sign up for their newsletter to get latest information on their industry reports, events and initiatives. @KauffmanFDN
The Silicon Valley Newsletter is a good way to get daily updates on the latest tech industry developments and new companies to watch. @SiliconVllyNews
“You’re the Boss” is a New York Times small business blog that offers an insider’s perspective on small-business ownership across all industries. It gives business owners a place where they can ask questions, get advice, and learn from one another’s mistakes.
For inspiration about how people and businesses make creative ideas happening, read Fast Company’s CoCreate. The publication explores the cross-section of branding, entertainment and tech. @FastCoCreate
The Next Web is one of the world’s largest online publications that covers international news about Internet technology, business and culture. It tracks the latest innovations and trends. @TheNextWeb
PandoDaily, which was started by the former TechCrunch writer Sarah Lacy, analyzes technology and tech startup trends. @PandoDaily
The magazine focuses on growth companies and startups. It’s known for their annual “Inc. 500 List”, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. @Inc
It’s one of the largest publications to cover the topic of entrepreneurship. As its title reveals the pub is packed with tips on how to start and grow a business. It provides articles for every stage of your startup and for every aspect, ranging from marketing, leadership and much more. @EntMagazine
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