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Data Analytics for Startups

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Data analytics sounds like an intimidating thing for early-stage companies, but it shouldn’t be. With a clear understanding of what you’re measuring, how to measure it, and the tools you decide to use, you’ll be able to get clear, precise information that will help you answer important questions about your marketing, product, and more. To […]

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Getting Ready for 2021

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The future is bright and the odds will favor those of us who prepare. Now’s the time to lay the foundation 🧱, record our flight plans ✈️ and get our plans and goals for 2021 shipshape 🛳. Stacklist is inviting back our most popular speakers from the past year to answer all of your questions […]

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The Startup Stack: Tips on Tools from an Expert

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On May 27th we’re speaking with Austin Petersmith, Founder & CEO of Capiche, a living repository of software knowledge — guides, reviews, documentation, pricing transparency, and more — all sourced by the people who use these products daily. Join us at 10 am as we sit down with Austin and discuss the world of SaaS […]

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Startup Basics: Legal Advice for Founders

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On July 2nd we’re speaking with Paul Goodman, lawyer at Cyruli Shanks Hart & Zizmor LLP. Many startup founders can be confused when it comes to common legal issues. Join us at 10 am as we dive into some common legal problems founders have.

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Startup Basics: Financial Advice for Founders

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For early-stage founders, their finances and accounting problems may seem easy starting out, but as you grow your business, your cash flow and finances will start to get complicated. But there are many common pitfalls that early-stage founders will face when it comes to their finances: looking at the wrong numbers, representing finances incorrectly, budgeting […]

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Finding Manufacturers and Understanding Supply Chains

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If you’re about to launch an e-commerce business, one of the first things you’ll need to figure out is your supply chain. Who are your manufacturers? Where do you find them? Who’s distributing your product? And if you have your product out, as your business grows, you may still find yourself with the same questions […]

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