Wouter Deferme

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6 books you should read if you want to start a business

As an academic I have very little time to read non-academic papers and books. That said, non-academic material is often invaluable as a source for my …

Entrepreneurship

Effective Strategies for Increasing E-Commerce Conversions (Infographic)

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Advertising Industry

The Product Manager’s Essential Reading List for 2016

Update: after phenomenal feedback on this post, I’ve posted another list of 14 additional books based on suggestions from friends, colleagues and …

A serial startup employee explains 4 key steps to building a $1 million business in under 48 hours

We were both in hoodies and had a shared penchant for the F-bomb and burritos, all of which led to a caffeine-infused mind meld.<p>It would be the first of many.<p>The matchmaker then introducing us was the prophetic and profane Dave McClure, general partner of 500 Start-ups, which is now headquartered …

Research Reveals Success Factors of Fast-Growing Startups

Experienced leadership, a concept designed for scalability and timing, is the most important factor influencing fast-growing startups, also known as …

Enterprise Mobile Apps Pay The Most Yet Attract Few Developers

A recent survey by Vision Mobile found that just 16% of worldwide developers are building mobile apps for enterprises, despite this market being the most lucrative of all to serve. Their recent global study of 10,000 developers across over 130 nations is the basis of the free downloadable report, …

Anatomy of a Snap Attack

Snapchat, the social network that allows people to send photo and video messages that disappear within ten seconds, had a grim end to 2013. Late on New Year’s Eve, SnapchatDB, an anonymous collective of self-described “independent security researchers and technology enthusiasts,” released a …