Anytime you conduct an event, do a project, start/end a business venture, it’s a good exercise to do a post mortem on what was great, what was good, and what was just ok. Here’s the post mortem on the Switchyards Demo Night event last Thursday.
It was a fantastic event. … Keep reading >>>
I attended a small conference this past weekend about organizational change and the challenges that come with transitioning a 25-year-old organization into its second generation of constituents. Two topics that dominated the discussion were culture and engaging millennials, meaning those people ages 20-35 or so. I’ve addressed culture several times … Keep reading >>>
I’ve been blogging at kevinsandlin.com for about 18 months. During that time, I found myself constantly seeking out other tech related blogs in Atlanta. Couple of weeks ago, I finally decided to just spend one entire day finding every Atlanta tech blog I could find and making a giant list. … Keep reading >>>
Last night was the culmination of the Beltline & Co. –> Switchyards idea as everything came to fruition: the hackathon weekend, the teams, the projects, the new Switchyards location, the consumer brands vision. It was a very fun, very satisfying event that set the stage for great things to come. … Keep reading >>>
Jason was not here, and there’s no such thing as “luck.” But on this Friday the 13th we had a fantastic group after Startup Chowdown to practice their pitches. Here’s who pitched.
- Ida Jaber from Global Wireless Mountain provides indoor cell coverage for hotels, airports, hospitals, & stadiums using DAS.
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Pitch Practice will be a year old next month. Hard to believe. During this past year, we’ve held 32 meetups hosting more than 300 attendees and heard more than 200 pitches. Also during that time, I’ve spoken with a number of entrepreneurs who signed up to attend when we were … Keep reading >>>
As I’ve been curating all of Atlanta’s Tech Startup Blogs, I’ve noticed something that separates the top of the pack from everyone else: consistency. Every. Single. Day. It’s funny that we talk all about startups as being a learning machine and experiment machine rather than a “business”, because no two … Keep reading >>>