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1. Holograms and holistic health: what will music festivals of the future look like?
By David Hillier
Curator: Katie Chase
I put a few links last week to festivals that were combined with lifestyle and personal health. I find the evolution interesting. Personally, I ate eggplant parmesan for the first time in high school at Lollapalooza and it was a lifestyle change for sure… The choices for personal transformation have definitely gotten more interesting. Read More
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2. Twitter names its first managing director for China to find advertisers beyond the Great Firewall
By Catherine Shu
Digest: China Tech
Curators: Xu Tao & Edith Yeung
Chen will be based there and work with potential clients in the Chinese-speaking markets sometimes lumped under the term “Greater China.” In this case, it refers to mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Read More
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3. Watch ‘Quit Your Day Job’: ‘Shark Tank’ For Women And Minority Entrepreneurs
By Ruchika Tulshyan
Digest: Women Entrepreneurship
Curators: Babs Lee & Lilibeth Gangas
Quit Your Day Job is the female and minority version of the Shark Tank. I’m certain you can learn from the investors and pitches from this show. Check this out! Read More
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4. A bunch of VCs went on a retreat. Here’s what happened.
By Steve Schlafman
Digest: Leadership & Resiliency
Curator: Sarah Jane Coffey
Last weekend Reboot hosted their first ever VC bootcamp. Steve Schlafman pulled together a list of his top takeaways from the weekend and it’s clear he was paying attention. Want to be a better employee, founder, board member and/or human? Great suggestions are found here. Read More
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5. Applications Open for Techstars IoT
By Jenny Fielding
Digest: Internet of Things
Curator: Michael Kruk
Applications for Techstars IoT accelerator are open!
On their blog, Jenny Fielding (Managing Director) discusses the accelerator’s partner companies, alumni of the program, and covers some of the market segments they’re most interested in. Read More
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