Startup Stash is a curated directory of resources and tools to help you build your startup. It includes 400 products in 40 categories, like for example: Idea Generation, Early users, Marketing, Raising Capital and Customer support. Each category consists of 10 handpicked resources and tools, all with their own detail page that displays some info about the product.
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We realised ideation is one of the toughest steps when dealing with innovation. That’s why we created a tool to help changemakers around the world and across sectors to generate insightful, positive, relevant ideas.
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5 Ideas A Day Ebook. What happens when you come up with 5 ideas for 365 days?
🚀 1825 ideas
💡 Tips and advice for generating ideas
📝 Mockup of ideas
❤️ Bonus 220 ideas
📚 A list of books I read throughout this journey
The team at Plato curated more than 500 articles, videos, tools, books and interviews and company blogs to help you become a better engineer and better manage a tech team. Elevate yourself to the next plateau!
Snap Accelerate is an ideal program for growth-stage, mobile startups with an expertise in the digital space.
Hacker Dig is a tool for digging Hacker News for ideas and success opportunities.
It is a custom HN interface, enhanced with summaries and special functionalities that help the user to create and note innovative ideas.
It is an open source PWA app. Based on the CSS grid layout, it can be comfortably used on both narrow and wide screens.
The person who takes an idea, executes, and builds it up has an opportunity to make them priceless. The ideas throughout this book are ready for you to put in the work necessary to make them priceless.
Ideas are Cheap is an experiment in proving that Chris Sacca was right. Pay me $1 and I'll give you your Next Big Idea.
A gritty and honest look into: creating products, marketing, management. hiring & firing, crowdfunding, financing, investors, depression, family, working full time while making a startup, and even simple legal considerations for your startup.