If you were not at Startup Grind last night you missed a very interesting 75 minutes with Rudy. He shared his insights about what he thinks about why it can be better to start in Seattle instead of the Silicon Valley. Seattlites tend to share more about what they are working on and are more willing to help one another. The phrase that many people remembered was “you can buy customers but you can’t buy engagement”.
Rudy was very open and extremely thoughtful in all of his comments and his passion
Days of designing websites based merely on visual components are gone. Don’t get me wrong, I am not against great designed websites. Visual design of your website plays a key role in shaping the opinions of your potential customer and of your brand as a whole. The first six seconds when someone lands on your website can leave a lasting impression of your company
Join Dan Levitan and all the other SeaGrinders in Seattle to hear from the Co Founder of Maveron for what will be a very informative evening. He has more experience working with entrepreneurs than almost any other VC in the Seattle area. We don’t get to hear a lot from Dan as he doesn’t do a lot of speaking engagements but
Adam Tratt is Co-founder and CEO of Haiku Deck, the award-winning app for creating flawlessly beautiful presentations that has ranked #1 in productivity in 40+ markets around the world.
We are lucky to be able to get Adam for an evening at Startup Grind Seattle. He has been fortunate and talented enough to have recently raised a $3 million round from Madrona, Founders Co-op and others. His company Haiku Deck