We’ve made some updates to StartupOK.com, our directory of resources for innovative, scalable startups in Oklahoma. But we’re looking for more! Do you know of a great local resource for startups? Let us know! We are seeking guest bloggers and also suggestions for new listings. We
Oklahoma startups finally have a comprehensive resource directory! We have just launched StartupOK.com. This resource directory has been a personal project of mine for the past several years. Recently, I decided to devote a little more effort to updating and revamping the directory to provide Oklahoma
Currently in an open beta, I’m enjoying a new product called Newsle. You can check it out here. Newsle is a web portal, feed and email service that alerts you to “real” news about your friends, as found primarily through your Facebook, LinkedIn, and email directory. The
Another nice resource I’ve run across recently: PivotDesk helps startups find appropriate, month-to-month office space, of all kinds. Let me know if you use it and find it useful. I’m not looking right now!
f6s publishes a list of accelerator programs, incubator programs and other resources for startups. My favorite feature is probably list really exhaustive, massive list of free packages and discounts for startups from major service providers: http://www.f6s.com/#!deals All the big names you would expect are listed
Here are a few random articles on using a virtual assistant to help you around the startup – and get launched and successful faster! 10 things to outsource to a virtual assistant: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/225318 Bloggers talk about virtual assistants: http://www.blogworld.com/2011/05/06/25-brilliant-bloggers-talk-about-virtual-assistants/ How startups should leverage virtual assistants:
TheFunded.com provides an outlet for entrepreneurs to review and rate venture capital firms and venture capitalists with whom they’ve had dealings. It is a unique and provocative resource for founders and entrepreneurs. By pulling back the curtain on the VC process, and subjecting VC firms