You’re busy. We get it.
The fast pace and crazy work hours of startup life make it impossible to keep up with all the latest startup news, trends, and tips – and worrying that you’ve missed out is no way to begin the weekend. That’s why we’ve rounded up this week’s hottest startup stories from KillerStartups below.
- High time that an app makes the walk home safer, much like the seatbelt did for the car ride. Take a bow, Companion.
- Watching bad explainer videos is like seeing a baby’s head hit the floor. Painful in so many ways. There is a way to do explainer videos right – without paying a fortune. Check out Wideo.
- Everyone (except for the crazies) would like to see spreadsheets go away. Never gonna happen? Have a look at Chartcube.
- The right startup name brings joy like listening to a singer with perfect pitch. You don’t hear one often. Names are already taken or just plain difficult to create. Well, Unnamed can help your company find its perfect moniker.
Living the Startup Life
- Awesome pay? Ping pong? What does it actually mean when we say a company is a great place to work? This infographic gives us a better idea.
- How good of a partner can you really be if you’re dissatisfied with your work? The right job just may be the most important relationship in our lives. nspHire plays matchmaker, Tinder-style, taking the horrible out of the job search process.
- The iPad is fast becoming an essential tool in the workplace. And like any good tool, it needs a proper case to prevent it from being damaged.
Startup Tips & Trends
- Relationships are the investments that any entrepreneur can afford to make, and must make. Check out these tips for building solid business relationships.
- Online business tools are like wine bottles – there can never be too many. An unlimited supply of anything is tough to carry though, which is why wine comes in cases (12 bottles). Here’s a case of e-tools that will make your workday happier.
- Grow business on a shoestring budget? Yeah, you know what that’s like. Follow these 5 suggestions to continue progressing without breaking the bank.