Remember, Ideas Are Cheap — Human factor is invaluable! We are brutally honest and straight forward on this matter. Many startup entrepreneurs ask us about whether they could pitch us about an idea they have. Our response is: “We don’t want to hear your idea,” “The idea is the easiest part of your journey,” “The … More Ideas Are Cheap — Human factor is invaluable!
If you’re sick and tired of “the usual” networking events, random connections, blogs, mentorship that lead to nowhere and the wasted time, then Startup Port is for you! Most people spend valuable time looking at the wrong places, asking the wrong questions to the wrong people! At Startup Port we solve your most challenging issues … More Not your usual stuff…
Startup Port is not an incubator or accelerator but a co-foundry that focuses on the process of consistent startup creation by using shared subject matter expertise and shared key fundamental business resources. We are market and segment agnostic, we love helping create businesses and ventures with solid foundations. We partner with selected seasoned entrepreneurs while … More Not your common Incubator or Accelerator!
Just Do It! Published by Startup Port
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A tax credit that encourages so-called “angel investors” which was on hold for a while was brought back to life under legislation sponsored by state Sen. Chuck Weaver and signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner. The Peoria Republican’s measure restores the credit, which expired at the end of 2016, and writes it into the … More GREAT NEWS FOR ILLINOIS STARTUP ANGEL INVESTORS!
Watch out managers, your jobs are on the line! Robots are replacing managers, too . I had written a post a while back when McDonald’s had decided to launch tens of thousands of self order kiosks in their restaurants to replace repetitive low wage work. Well, I had mentioned that what is next could be … More Watch out managers, your jobs are on the line!