Daily startup knowledge on Messenger

Ekosystem sends you daily startup knowledge on Messenger

You need to become a Contributor to join the discussion.
Alex Mouret
Alex Mouret@alex_mouret
The content is really useful !
Alexander Smekhov
Alexander Smekhov@asmekhov · Managing Director
Congrats with launch, but I don't believe that you will throw in to person just random facts/dates etc. I believe you should create the same but with different categories: music, cinema, sports etc. and sub topics of it to personalise more, so the person will be able to follow and learn about stuff he/she likes and really want to aquire new knowledge.
Antoine Milkoff
Antoine MilkoffMaker@antoinemilkoff · Project Manager, NUMA Paris
@bitrewards Thanks a lot for your feedback Alexander. That's a great idea. I think I'm gonna stick with the startup niche for the moment but diversification is definitely a possibility
Davis Baer
Davis Baer@daviswbaer · Co-Founder of OneUp
Love it! Nice work Antoine :)
Antoine Milkoff
Antoine MilkoffMaker@antoinemilkoff · Project Manager, NUMA Paris
@daviswbaer Thanks Davis 🙏
Pritesh Pillay
Pritesh Pillay@prittyamazing · Owner, AdvisingOm
Nice product. I just have random feedback about the accuracy of your advertising images. Since your product is about providing useful and relevant info, it would be a deterrent if the information was anything like the info given on Tindr.. Tinder* which was wholly inaccurate aside from Wolfe’s campus tour that was less marketing and more strategic planning. She also is sued her fellow cofounders of Tinder for sexually harassing her and then retaliating against her. They built their app with faulty security on the original location based hook..dating app Grindr. The Gay Mens dating app with a smaller population and better development rolled out a product much more worth telling a start up about since it started the entire location based smashing. Swiping*. Despite its many flaws, Grindr provided a tool to a marginalized community and even provided safe haven for gay men to find community in countries where it was dangerous to openly do so then partnered with non profits on several community projects. All while being a pioneer in the not just the first dating app but the first of many features like geolocation to find people around you. That was abused by marketers and other people but it doesn’t downplay the innovation that later dating apps like Tinder would base their models on. Where do you find the sources and what info is good for startups?