Empowering female business owners to start, build and expand their business, the rewards-based crowd-funding platform MoolaHoop is designed by women for women. The site allows women entrepreneurs in need of modest startup capital to develop online campaigns.
Founders of the dallas-based site, Brenda Bazan and Nancy, created an online platform enabling women to leverage the “power of the crowd” in order to grow their business and achieve financial success. Continue reading →
The South by Southwest Festival, a weeklong event in Austin bringing together some of the most talented individuals in music, film, and interactive media, now has a lot more to offer than a good time. Today SXSW is one of the premiere annual events for media members, entrepreneurs and investors in the world of tech.
The place to be for cutting-edge technologies and digital creativity is none other than SXSW Interactive Festival. The rise of social media and startup launch success are two of the most prominent factors of analyzing the expansion of the SXSW Interactive over the past decade. Continue reading →
Ever wonder how Google affords to buy dozens of startups every year? Well, according to their first quarter earnings report released on Thursday, Google now has more than $50 billion in cash, up from $48.1 billion at the end of 2012.
As more and more individuals are using social media to “check-in” to their favorite shops and restaurants, many businesses still rely on wallet-sized punchcards to promote customer loyalty. However, the new Belly app is attempting to transform how customers and businesses form long-term relationships.