Ro knows: How to career switch from management consulting to startup business development

Ro Gupta landed his startup business development job by networking like crazy, catching a few lucky breaks, and crushing his interview with legendary venture capitalist Fred Wilson. Keep reading to learn how Ro successfully transitioned from the corporate world to leading business development at Disqus, one of the top discussion platforms on the web. You were the 1st […]

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 8/27/14

Carrie Melissa Jones writes for CMX about 8 community jobs you can apply for right now. Andy Rachleff and Avery Moon write for the Wealthfront blog about the two types of job offers.  

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Startup Career Advice for 8/25/14

Jared Cohen, COO at See.Me, writes on LinkedIn about his transition from lawyer to startups. Alexander Taub writes on his blog about the fear of getting fired.  

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Startup Jobs for 8/21/14

Shyp, a company focused on improving the customer experience of shipping, is hiring for numerous positions. CloudBees, a cloud services company, is hiring a Business Development Representative.  

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3 Tech Skills You Absolutely Need—Especially if You Don’t Code

When you’re working at a startup, even if you’ve never touched Python or Photoshop, you still need to be able to get stuff done when technical or design tasks come your way. See my post at The Daily Muse to find out why.

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 8/13/14

Bowery Capital published a list of top tools for startup job seekers on their blog. Figure 1, a network for health professionals to view and share medical cases, is hiring a Director of User Growth.  

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Want to Work for a Startup? Start Something

(Originally published at The Daily Muse on October 16, 2013.) So, you want to ditch the corporate life and go work for a startup. Cool! But do you really understand what that would mean? Steve Blank, one of the fathers of the Lean Startup revolution, defines a startup as “an organization formed to search for a repeatable […]

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