Here’s an infographic we developed at JumpPhase Ventures to help communicate the impact that we feel we’ve had on the Oklahoma startup community through our LaunchOklahoma 2014 Open Accelerator initiative. This year we decided, rather than doing an entirely closed program just benefiting the few
I like this new post from the Makeshift startup studio blog: Startup Studios. Are they a thing? Why yes, they are! Just take a look at JumpPhase Ventures, if you have any doubt. I’m very glad to see this model getting some love. This is
I’ll be serving as a panelist on the Accelerator Panel on the main stage at next week’s 2014 IT and Web Venture Forum, organized by the Rice Alliance at Rice University in Houston, Texas. I’m looking forward to discussing current trends in accelerator development and
We often receive questions from entrepreneurs about our program. We attempt to answer these questions in our Program FAQ. This particular question is one we receive frequently and merits its own blog post: How is the LaunchOklahoma accelerator different from an incubator that I recently heard about or
I had the pleasure and honor of participating in Junior Achievement’s “JA in a Day” event as a member of The Entrepreneur’s Organization of Oklahoma. For this event, members of The Entrepreneur’s Organization of Oklahoma volunteered to go into an underpriviledged school and teach an
I recently joined the Board of Directors of my local state chapter of an international non-profit called the Entrepreneur’s Organization, or EO.
Earlier this year, I posted a tweet about a dinner I was attending as a volunteer mentor to the Veteran’s Entrepreneur Program. There were several inquiries after my tweet, and I promised to tell you more. So today, Memorial Day, I wanted to mention this
I’m preparing for the upcoming OpenBeta barcamp, on Saturday. I’ll be presenting my new Black Mesa Consulting powerpoint: “Business Models for Web 2.0 Startups: What works now?”