I have a confession. I love our customers but, in general, I hate startups. You shouldn’t start, join, or try to build a business that targets them. The startup world feels more like a deafening echo-chamber of self promoting “house flippers” more interested in vanity metrics and celebrity status on lame tech blogs than building a business.
It’s Groupon for… Oh wait, it’s not. (Sorry, I see a lot of those.) It’s a business that might make money… food delivery. Here it is in their words!
TrendLend brings them all together into one fashion community.
You may recall that last week we were running an big A/B test on our home page. Well, the results are in. They were a little surprising at first, but I think they make sense.
We just launched a dramatic A/B test on our home page.
We just wrapped up a design contest on 99designs contest to create a banner ad for KickoffLabs. I was floored by the results and learned a few things along the way.
It’s Thanksgiving in the US. That means reminding yourself of everything you have to be thankful for. Here a list of things you should be thankful for if you work at a startup.
Author Mark Graban is the latest customer to take us up on this offer. He is capturing info for a new book that will be published in April 2012 and he is also using [KickoffLabs](https://kickofflabs.com to gauge interest in an audio book version of his first book. What I love about Mark is that he is championing the use of lean methodologies outside of the software industries. How could healthcare strive for continuous improvement?? Sign up Now and find out!