Shell, Honda and Toyota to bring seven H2 stations to California

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Pitching once again the key in Cleveland

first_img Related TopicsCarlos CarrascoCleveland IndiansCody AndersonCorey KluberDanny SalazarJosh TomlinMLBPitching Paul Williams CLEVELAND — It is late February which means, while the NBA season is in full swing, Major League Baseball teams are at their respective spring training facilities preparing for opening day. It is an exciting time for all baseball fans and could be especially exciting for the Cleveland Indians. No, not because we just signed Juan Uribe, though that can’t hurt. It is an exciting time as a Cleveland fan because despite the all too familiar lack of off season moves, the Tribe returns arguably the best pitching staff in the majors. Cleveland ranked second in opponents batting average last year, giving up just a .237 clip. They were also second in strikeouts at 1407 on the season and pulled off the most complete games in the majors with 11 total. The staff, led by ex-cy young winning Corey Kluber, did this without great support from their offense or defense. Kluber, for example, had one the top WARS for a pitcher despite compiling an underwhelming record of 9-16. The Indians also saw two of the brightest young arms in the league, Danny Salazar and Carlos Carrasco, take big steps in the 2015 season. Salazar, after being eased in his first couple seasons, broke out last year. He compiled a 14-9 record, finished 19th in the entire MLB with 195 K’s and finished the season with a very solid 3.45 ERA. Carrasco, one of the most coveted young arms in the league, built off of his dominant finish in 2014 to put together a very impressive 2015. The 28 year old finished ninth in the MLB with 216 strikeouts while putting together a 14-12 record and a 3.63 ERA. All three of these pitchers could very well be the ace of a respective staff or a #2 arm at worst. In the fourth starter spot is Trevor Bauer, a tantalizing talent that has top of the rotation potential. With three solid arms in Josh Tomlin, Cody Anderson, and T.J. House fighting for the fifth spot, the Tribe has the top of the rotation talent and depth to carry a team into the playoffs.If injuries or under-performing does happen, which is a pretty good bet during a long baseball season, the Tribe should be in good position to withstand that. Also, with star Michael Brantley out to begin the year, Cleveland’s pitching becomes even more vital.With a solid bullpen to boot, Cleveland will once again rely on their pitching to be the catalyst for what should be a playoffs or bust 2016 campaign.If they can get a bit of help from the offense and continuous improvement defensively, the Indians could live up to last year’s lofty World Series predictions.last_img read more

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Direktur Utama PT Garuda Indonesia Kini Pahala Nugraha Mansury

first_imgDia menambahkan, dua tahun memimpin Garuda Indonesia bukanlah hal mudah ditengah situasi penuh dengan ketidakpastian dan kerasnya tantangan global yang mengelilingi industri penerbangan saat ini. Namun dengan optimis, kerja keras dan niatan untuk selalu memberikan yang terbaik membuka jalan Garuda Indonesia menuju kesuksesan dan keberhasilan.“Sama seperti filosofi “Sky Beyond” dan “Sincerity” yang telah menjadi pedoman kita bersama, saya berharap dan sangat percaya bahwa penunjukkan direksi Garuda Indonesia yang baru, tentunya akan membawa Garuda Indonesia terbang lebih tinggi,” tutup Arif.Selain Arif, Pahal yang saat ini menjabat sebagai Direktur Utama Garuda Indoensia juga mengungkapkan rasa terimakasihnya atas kesempatan yang diberikan kepada dirinya. “Kami akan berupaya sebaik mungkin membawa Garuda Indonesia sebagai maskapai kebanggaan bangsa untuk terus menorehkan kesuksesan di mata dunia,” ujar Pahala.Dalam RUPST ini, Deputi Bidang Usaha Jasa Keuangan Survei dan Konsultasi Kementerian BUMN Gatot Trihargo mengatakan, penggantian Direktur Utama Garuda Indonesia untuk mempercepat akselerasi maskapai penerbangan milik negara dalam hal keuangan dan operasional. Dengan adanya manajemen baru, diharapkan dapat mensinergikan antara Garuda Indonesia dengan anak usahanya yakni PT Citilink Indonesia agar lebih baik lagi. Hal ini dikarenakan, sebelumnya antar kedua maskapai yang bersaudara ini kurang berirama dan perlu dilakukan karena bisnis penerbangan dianggap memiliki kompetisi yang ketat antar satu dengan lainnya.Berikut ini susunan direksi baru Garuda Indoensia:– Direktur Utama : Pahala Nugraha Mansury– Direktur Keuangan dan Manajemen Resiko : Helmi Imam Satriyono– Direktur Layanan : Nicodemus P Lampe– Direktur Produksi : Puji Nur Handayani– Direktur Marketing dan Teknologi Informasi : Nina Sulistyowati– Direktur SDM dan Umum : Linggarsari Suharo– Direktur Kargo : Sigit MuhartonoShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedIrfan Setiaputra Kini Jabat Posisi Direktur Utama Garuda Indonesia22/01/2020In “Featured”RUPST 2018, Garuda Indonesia Canangkan Akselerasi Bisnis dan Pertumbuhan Penumpang 10 Persen20/04/2018In “Featured”Garuda Indonesia Citi Card Tambahkan Bagasi 20 Kg Untuk Pelanggan Garuda Indonesia12/04/2018In “Bandara” TandaPagar.com Maskapai berplat merah Garuda Indonesi melakukan Rapat Umum Pemegang Saham Tahunan (RUPST) di Auditorium Manajemen Garuda City Center, Cengkarang. Dalam RUPST yang keenam kalinya ini bukan hanya membahas terkait masalah saham Garuda melainkan adanya perombakan pada jajaran direksi PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. Dilansir dari garuda-indonesia.com, dalam RUPST 2017 yang dilaksanakan (12/4/2017) menyetujui Pahala Nugraha Mansury sebagai direktur Utama Garuda Indonesia. Selain Pahala, ada beberapa jajaran direksi yang diganti untuk Garuda Indonesia.Pahala Nugraha Mansury sebelumnya menjabat sebagai Direktur Keuangan PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk dan menggantikan M Arif Wibowo yang sebelumnya menjabat sebagai Direktur Utama PT Garuda Indonesia. Arif menjabat sebagai Direktur Utama Garuda Indonesia selama 2 tahun 4 bulan sejak diangkat dalam RUPS Luar Biasa 2014 untuk menggantikan Emirsyah Satar.Dalam penggantian ini, Arif mengucapkan terimakasih atas kepadapemerintah, Kementerian BUMN dan juga menteri BUMN Rini Soemarno yang memberikan kepercayaan sebagai pemimpin Garuda Indonesia selama 2 tahun. “Tidak lupa saya sampaikan ucapan terimakasih kepada seluruh jajaran manajemen dan karyawan yang telah bersama-sama bekerja keras mengupayakan pertumbuhan positif perusahaan,” ujar Arif.last_img read more

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Morgan inks new one-year deal at Leicester

first_imgLONDON (CMC ):Veteran Jamaica international Wes Morgan has penned a new one-year deal with Leicester City, just days after scoring a dramatic late winner against Burnley in his 700th appearance in club football.The 35-year-old entered last Saturday’s contest at Turf Moor with doubt over his future, especially with his contract due to expire in the summer, but the latest deal will now see him remain at the East Midlands outfit until June 2020.“It means a lot to me,” said Morgan, who joined the Foxes seven years ago from Nottingham Forest and is now the club captain.“We’ve been through so many ups and downs together as a football club, and I’ve been right at the heart of it from the very beginning, so to extend my time here means very much to me and I’m very happy.”Morgan, who played every minute of Leicester’s extraordinary title-winning season in 2016, was benched following manager Brendan Rodgers’ arrival three weeks ago, leading to speculation over his future.But following Morgan’s heroics at the weekend, Rodgers indicated that the defender was still a part of his future plans, albeit in a reduced role.Morgan, who has already made 292 appearances for Leicester, said the club’s star was continuing to rise.“I can see a very, very bright future for Leicester City,” said Morgan, who has been capped 30 times by the Reggae Boyz.“We’ve got a lot of young ­players who have so much potential and even the current players we’ve got, we’ve got so much experience, we’ve been through it all and we can help the younger players to achieve their full potential.”Morgan was an unexpected fourth-minute substitute against Burnley, ­following the sending off of England’s Harry Maguire.And after leading a heroic defensive display for the visitors, he broke the 1-1 deadlock in the 90th minute when he produced a powerful header from Youri Tielemans’ cross.last_img read more

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AFCON: Morocco exit with win over Niger

first_imgYounes Belhanda’s goal 11 minutes from time earned Morocco a 1-0 win over Niger in an African Cup of Nations tie involving two Group C teams already eliminated.It was the last game of the tournament for both nations who finished behind group winners Gabon, the co-hosts, and Tunisia.Morocco were one of the pre-tournament favourites but have suffered a major crisis of confidence less than six months before launching their World Cup qualifying campaign.They gave another poor performance against Niger that will not bode well for the future of coach Eric Gerets.Former Belgium World Cup player Gerets said beforehand that he viewed the match with Niger as a chance to start again after their opening defeats by Tunisia and Gabon.Morocco dominated possession, their skilful midfielders cleverly interchanging passes but also overelaborating and showing indecision. The only goal came when Marouane Chamakh, looking suspiciously offside, put Belhanda in for a sliding finish.Niger created the best opportunities in front of a small crowd at the 45,000-capacity Libreville stadium.The dangerous Moussa Maazou shaved the crossbar from close range just before halftime and after the break Abdoul Karim Lancina forced a good save from Morocco keeper Mohamed Amsif with a swerving long range free kick.last_img read more

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Europa League: Rangers beat Maribor, Hibs draw with Molde

first_imgMaribor recovered impressively from the early set back, however, and set about testing Light Blues goalkeeper Allan McGregor.Aleks Pihler found space on the edge of the box to fire the ball goalwards. McGregor spilled the popshot but the ball was scrambled away to safety.Amir Dervisevic, Maribor’s main attacking threat, was next to go close but McGregor pulled off a terrific low save to deny the snapshot.Rangers had a great opportunity to double their lead when Daniel Candeias capitalised on slack defending to square the ball to Morelos but Colombian had wandered offside. Within a minute, Maribor drew level when playmaker Dervisevic switched the play for Viler to arrow a stunning volley into the far corner.After the interval, Rangers came out the stronger of the two teams and found reward when the referee pointed to the spot after Morelos was hauled back whilst charging into the box.Tavernier stepped up to send the goalkeeper the wrong way and put the Light Blues back in front. Rangers’ skipper almost grabbed his second soon after but the full-back’s long-range effort curled wide of the far post.Coulibaly ensured Gerrard’s side will travel to Slovenia with breathing space after the French midfielder diverted Morelos’ header into the net late on off what looked to be his upper arm.Close: David Gray saw his header tipped onto the post. SNSHibs played out a goalless draw with Molde at Easter Road to leave the third round qualifier in the balance.Chances came and went at both ends in an end-to-end encounter but neither side could convert and a nervy second leg now lies ahead in Norway.Molde threatened to open the scoring early on when Petter Strand arrived unmarked at the back post but the Dane chose to pass instead of shoot and Hibs managed to scramble the ball to safety.Efe Ambrose’s clearance then set up a Hibs counter attack which resulted in Florian Kamberi firing a shot across the face of the Molde goal.John McGinn’s move to Aston Villa has left a void in the middle of the park for Hibs to fill but Stevie Mallan’s showing will have filled Neil Lennon with hope he’s a ready-made replacement.The former St Mirren midfielder went close on three occasions during the opening 45 minutes, with one of his driven efforts from range striking the Molde crossbar.While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side started strongly after the interval, it was Hibs who carried the greater attacking threat. First Martin Boyle poked the ball just wide, before Andreas Linde tipped David Gray’s header onto the post.Molde squandered another chance to edge ahead when Babacar Sarr found room in the box but the Senegalese midfielder got his header all wrong.Hibs almost stole victory at the death when Gray found debutant Emerson Hyndman with a header but the on-loan Bournemouth midfielder’s driven effort was bundled wide of the post. Rangers beat Maribor 3-1 at Ibrox to take control of their Europa League third round qualifier.Alfredo Morelos struck early from close range to put Steven Gerrard’s side in front, but the Slovenian visitors equalised when Mitja Viler scored a stunning volley.Rangers would grab the advantage in the tie after the break, though, when James Tavernier scored from the spot before Lassana Coulibaly bundled the ball home.Steven Gerrard’s side got off to a perfect start when Morelos struck on 6 minutes. The Colombian pounced on a rebound to tap home from close range after Ryan Kent was denied.last_img read more

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Don’t underrate the Confed Cup

first_imgDanny JordaanFind out more about using MediaClubSouthAfrica.com materialI wish to disagree with those who believe that the Fifa Confederations Cup, scheduled to kick off on 14 June 2009, is not a serious tournament.While I can understand that some people are making a comparison between it and the 2010 Fifa World Cup, the 2009 Confederations Cup is absolutely crucial for South Africa. It is, after all, the official dress rehearsal for the Fifa World Cup next year, and in so many respects it will set the tone for the global showpiece. In a nutshell, it will test our preparedness and provide valuable pointers in so many areas on the road ahead.Crucially, it will usher in a vital new culture of football in our country in which we play host to some of the world’s top soccer nations – their teams, officials, supporters and media – while imparting to our own communities the special significance of their respective roles in playing, administrating, supporting and reporting on the beautiful game.It is not difficult to understand, therefore, the great importance we attach to it, because positive outcomes in the execution of the Fifa Confederations Cup imperatives will instil an immense sense of confidence, both here and abroad, in respect of our progress in putting on the best Fifa World Cup of them all.In order to do that, however, we must stage the best Fifa Confederations Cup of them all.And to coin a famous phrase of another soccer-lover, “Yes we can!”It is good for us to remember that President Barack Obama, who successfully campaigned on those inspirational words for the United States presidency, will be watching the Fifa Confederations Cup with intense interest. His national team is one of the eight competing nations in South Africa next month and the way the tournament is portrayed in the US will be critically examined and projected around the world.Indeed, the mere fact that this is a tournament involving all six Fifa’s football confederations, as well as the holders of the World Cup and hosts, South Africa, means that the message it sends out will reach right across the globe and be consumed by all those football nations who will ultimately play in next year’s Fifa World Cup.The best marketing brains like to use the phrase “advertising you cannot buy” – and that’s exactly the promise the Fifa Confederations Cup holds for South Africa.Permit me to use an example from another sport. Cricket South Africa recently agreed at the shortest notice to stage the Indian Premier League (IPL) – eight teams representing the best players in the world in an event of 59 back-to-back matches.By all accounts, it was an extraordinary success – providing advertising that South Africa just could not buy.The IPL in South Africa was not just good for cricket but it did wonders in enhancing South Africa’s credibility as a preferred destination to host blue riband global events of any nature. Apart from the acclaim for it from abroad, the IPL extravaganza re-instilled confidence in all South Africans in respect of our capability to stage and enjoy a great sporting experience – and to extend the red carpet of hospitality to any and every nation.This then is the promise of the Fifa Confederations Cup in which we have the honour to welcome the top footballers from Italy, Brazil, Spain, Egypt, the United States, Iraq and New Zealand.By ensuring their comfort, security and enjoyment, we do not just embrace them – we embrace the world.For South African soccer followers, there is the rare opportunity moreover of seeing many of the world’s great teams and players in action at our home grounds – a year ahead of the Fifa World Cup itself.This is a gilt-edged opportunity, too, for our own team, Bafana Bafana, to play in this exalted company, test themselves against the best, and for us to cheer them on. What better opportunity can there be for them, for us?Yes, the Fifa Confederations Cup is not as important as the Fifa World Cup – because nothing in world sport surpasses that marquee attraction – but it is the next best thing by far in the Fifa firmament.There is a misconception that next month’s tournament cannot provide a true measure of our preparedness for the “main event” because the host cities and venues that will stage the matches of the Fifa Confederations Cup 2009 do not include all those for the Fifa World Cup 2010.This is simply not so because those Fifa World Cup host cities and stadiums that do not form part of the Fifa Confederations Cup programme are all preparing on one and the same template and will thus enjoy the rare opportunity to closely monitor next month’s operational plan to ensure that they, too, are on track ahead of 2010.Also all those people working on the Fifa Confederations Cup – think of the thousands of volunteers – will take their hard-earned experience into 2010.And all those South African soccer-lovers who just cannot wait to revel in the once-in-a-lifetime experience of 2010 now have the privilege to raise the roof early in 2009Is next month’s tournament an important one for all of us? You bet it is.Dr Danny Jordaan is chief executive officer of the 2010 Fifa World Cup Organising Committee South Africa.last_img read more

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10 Ways to Take Employees Beyond Engagement

first_imgToday’s employees—even those who may be engaged—are e​xhausted. Depleted of passion, resilience, verve and excitement, they are devoid of the personal energy that compels them to consistently go above and beyond the call of duty.To create a sustainable, innovative and high-performing org​anizational culture, businesses need to focus on both engagement and energy—essentially, moving “beyond engagement” as we know it today.This is the message in my new book, Beyond Engagement: A Brain-Based Approach That Blends the Engagement Managers Want with the Energy Employees Need (BPS Books, 2015). Brain science provides us with an understanding of how to get there.Here are 10 ways leaders can change how they approach engagement—and put energy first:1.  Manage energy, not engagement.When we are low on energy, we lose our ability to focus, regulate emotions, make decisions and take action. By managing energy instead of engagement, leaders protect employees’ executive function. This can unlock energy that fuels enthusiasm and innovation—generating sustainable engagement.2.  Deliver experiences, not promises.When elaborate recognition and rewards programs and intricate performance management systems don’t deliver on leaders’ promises, this creates workplace cynicism—leading employees to see employee engagement as a con game. But by delivering on experiences, leaders can create a happy, productive, frequently energized workforce.3.  Target emotion, not logic.We live and work in a “feelings economy,” where feelings, not intellect, drive employee behavior. In fact, research shows that emotional engagement trumps rational engagement by a multiple of four! Understanding what matters most to employees—and then acting upon that information—is an effective way to show compassion and support.4.  Trust conversations, not surveys.Annual engagement survey results only provide a small glimpse of a very large picture. To really understand and energize employees, leaders must shift to frequent, face-to-face, meaningful conversations with employees. Why? Quality conversation releases all kinds of high-performance hormones in our brains. 5.  Seek tension, not harmony.  The brain’s natural response to tension is to interpret it as a threat. However, we are actually energized by tension. Many opportunities for innovative breakthroughs exist between the current and desired way of doing things. The trick is for leaders to learn to stand amid that tension—not to avoid it—and effectively manage competing priorities. 6.  Practice partnering, not parenting.The brain perceives “shared responsibility” as a risk. Therefore, leaders may resort to parental-like behaviors—which, consequently, introduces negativity into the workplace. By shifting to a “partnering” managerial style, leaders and employees can work together to create powerful solutions that both parties are willing to adopt and implement.7.  Pull out the backstory, not the action plan.Too often, organizations take engagement survey results at face value and create “one-size-only” action plans. This practically guarantees employee resistance to any engagement initiative. Leaders who converse frequently with their employees can draw out the backstory behind engagement scores—and co-create conditions that generate meaningful, sustainable energy.8.  Think sticks, not carrots.Leaders often gravitate to offering “carrots” like recognition programs, cheerleading and inspiration. However, they should be “thinking sticks”—that is, identifying and addressing psychological forms of workplace interference like bullying and conflict. In doing so, managers can produce environments where employees can be their best selves—able to access their knowledge, experience, skills and strengths at a moment’s notice. 9.  Meet needs, not scores.When employees’ individual needs go unmet, they may act out in unskillful ways such as forming cliques and gossiping—permeating the organization with interference, which affects people’s ability to leverage their executive function. By focusing on individual needs instead of annual survey scores, leaders can inspire employees and sustain workplace energy. 10. Challenge beliefs, not emotions.According to brain science, it is not our capability but our belief in our capability that affects how effective we are. Leaders who engage in meaningful conversation with employees to identify and address negative beliefs (such as self-doubt) can create a much greater sense of agency in their people.last_img read more

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Cloud Computing: IBM and Oracle Cloud Businesses Fail to Impress

first_imgOracle and IBM.  Big names.  Big vendors.  But are they being dropped from the pack?Mark Murphy, analyst at JPMorgan, said in June 2018 that “only 6.5% of vendors voted for Oracle as being indispensable to their operations. At the same time, Amazon’s importance to CIOs showed material improvement.”Thomas Labrecque, Professor of Business Technology at Villanova, wrote that “despite its slow-and-steady movement toward newer product and service offerings, IBM is still well-anchored in past business models and business units (which it still must jettison). IBM is revered as an elder, but not yet widely celebrated as an industry innovator, certainly not like Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon or even Microsoft.”Matt Assay, Head of the Developer Ecosystem at Adobe, wrote that “Maybe [IBM and Oracle] are reconciled to sitting at the children’s table of cloud, but the problem for both IBM and Oracle is cloud is eating their existing businesses. It has eaten the server business and now starting to feast in earnest on software infrastructure, including the database, which is the profitable heart of these companies. IBM’s revenue implosion has been on display quarterly for years. “last_img read more

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Applying to Incubators Takes More Than a Great Idea

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… As the month of March trudges on, we are getting closer each day to spring and eventually summer when numerous startup incubators hold their camps for early-stage companies. Many incubators are still taking submissions, including TechStars Boulder, but in case of Y Combinator, the deadline has since come and gone. Theoryville is a startup that has already been asked to interview for a spot with Y Combinator, so if you are still looking to apply for one of this summer’s incubators, you may want to heed its founder’s advice.Trevor Burnham, co-founder of Theoryville, a startup looking to ease the process of sharing data and documents between professors and scientists, recently blogged about how his company managed to snag a highly-coveted in-person interview for Y Combinator. Burnham reveals that through the process of applying to several incubators, he and his partners realized some early mistakes they had made.One important lesson they learned through their first set of interviews is that they hadn’t talked to anyone but themselves about the idea. After all, if you’re trying to create a service that will change the way scientists and college professors share information, shouldn’t you talk to them about what their needs are? Investors and organizations want to see more than a great idea; they want to know you’ve thought it out and have identified a specific audience that has needs. For Burnham and his team, after being shown the door a few times, they turned around and spoke with their “users,” even though they didn’t have a product to show.“We started asking for input from every potential user we knew and sending cold e-??mails by the dozen to [University of Michigan professors] to ask them to talk with us about their software needs,” writes Burnham on his blog. “Based on the feedback we were getting, our understanding of the market completely changed.”If there is one thing startups can learn from the perilous launch of Google Buzz, its that getting feedback from users is a good thing to before launching; or in the case of Theoryville, before looking for funding or acceptance to an incubator. Burnham and his partners assumed that they needed a working demo before they could get any useful customer feedback, but in reality, there is much to be learned about your audience before you start building. In fact, it makes a whole lot more sense to speak with the people you want to see using your product before you waste time, resources, and perhaps money on building an early prototype that they will snub their noses at. It’s a lot like making sure the plot of land you have chosen to build your house on is a solid and stable foundation. That is not to say, however, that building a demo does not lend itself to learning valuable lessons about your product.“[Building a demo] led us to grapple with some design decisions that weren’t apparent when we were just using white boards and static mockups,” says Burnham. “That, in turn, gave us a more specific notion of what our product’s advantages are.”So they checked the foundation before building, but when their house was done they realized that too many windows were facing west and catching the hot late-afternoon sun – a regrettable error and a lesson learned (especially for home builders where I’m from). Despite some changes that needed to be made, Burnahm says “it gave us some momentum, which we’re using to build a much-??improved demo now.” So the best way to make early progress, it seems, would be to get that first rough draft out the door and begin iterating over and over on it; move some windows around until the latest version is a better, more mature version of your product.It also seems like it helped that they had applied to earlier incubators before applying to Y Combinator. They also participated in TechStars For A Day in Boulder, where they not only learned a lot from the mentors but were able to network with potential users of their service in the area. Attending these events and applying to other incubators worked like spring training before a preliminary interview with Y Combinator via Skype, and it couldn’t have looked bad on their application either. chris cameron Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#start#tips center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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