Newsletters on Business & Strategy
Newsletters on Business and Strategy usually dives deep to publish comprehensive analysis and case studies on interesting ventures. Explore classic frameworks, take an industry dive, and get smarter about business strategy.
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in search of the next big thing. Take a look at how every industry is being reinvented by technology and follow trends in consumer behavior and business models. Explore topics from the future of doing work and the rise of individual investors to consumer subscriptions and the business-in-a-box model. Subscribe for a weekly essay from a venture capitalist and find the next big thing.
Seedtable is a weekly newsletter on European tech. Seedtable newsletter hosts authentic analysis of technology and its impact on society. Gonz Sanchez provides a different approach - he is opinionated, honest, and goes straight to the point, leaving some ‘fuck’s’ and typos along the way. Seedtable contains 2,000+ words of deep dives, interviews, short and insightful 5 min reports on a complex topic, and a ‘one thing you can’t miss’ section. Gonz Sanches writes about markets, companies, and venture capital covering topics from COVID-19 effects on European tech and diversity to Femtech and engineering as a moat. Subscribe and take a step further to understand the big picture of European tech.
Understand the world through the human brain. Macromegas is a curation of weekly thoughts and reads on geopolitics & society, technological progress, and business strategy. Topics range from aging and entertainment to US geopolitical advantages and other lessons from history. Valentin Vincendon writes a blog by the same name, and always includes links to relevant posts in the newsletter. There he deep dives into thought-provoking subjects like NFTs or Covid Vaccines and provides original insights. Subscribe and learn more about the underlying forces that shape our economy and society.
Strategy and investing, from big companies to small. Never boring. Not Boring newsletter hosts long-form essays on business, technology, and a bit of pop culture, and it is indeed not boring! Packy McCormick finds the perfect balance between fun and educational, so think about it as the “most fun way to learn about business”. The newsletter is a mixture of business concepts and humor, analysis, and trends. Not Boring tackles topics like Slack’s long-term play, what’s behind Shopify’s doubling stock, and analysis of Tencent. Packy McCormick combines current events, the strategies behind the decisions companies make, economics and creates both valuable and engaging content. Subscribe and have fun reading it (or listening to an audio version).
Nothing But Words
First, it was Adolos, an AI-generated blog where Liam Porr would write the title and the introduction, and let GPT-3 do the rest. It all started as a fun experiment, but reached the top spot on Hacker News and got 26 thousand visitors in two weeks. After proving that GPT-3 is good enough to quickly build an audience of human readers he decided to turn the blog into a real newsletter, where he would discuss AI in business. Nothing But Words explores ways of using cutting-edge language models to solve problems and become more efficient. Come for the archive to see the capabilities of GPT-3, but stay for Liam Porr and his insights on how it can be used.
The Sociology of Business
A global analysis of how changing values change business. The Sociology of Business is a newsletter focused on how brands shift in response to changes in consumer taste & values. Ana Andjelic covers case studies, strategy, and latest news while providing deep insights on consumer behaviors. So if you’re passionate about brand strategies and the modern aspirational economy - subscribe to The Sociology of Business newsletter and learn how to tell your brand story, the difference between flex and basic tastes, and the importance of human curation.
Free your mind, build your bank account. Contrarian Thinking is a newsletter filled with actionable cashflowing ideas. Codie Sanchez aims to spread the word of financial and philosophical freedom to as many people as she can. From business ideas and lessons from billionaires to stories of failures and successes of investing, the newsletter is full of thought-provoking, mind-freeing writing that makes you question everything. You’ll read about the side hustle that doesn’t suck, learn the ways of launching a successful course, and get tips on buying houses for ⅓ of the price. Subscribe and start stacking those income streams.
Business and tech news in 5 minutes or less. The Hustle is a daily newsletter written for innovators of every industry. Filled with the most interesting stories on business, tech, and the internet, The Hustle aims to deliver news in an easy-to-consume format. Every day you’ll receive a highlight on The Big Idea where the team zooms in and out on a relevant issue, snippets on what’s going on in the world (and the web), and some bonus material like the Stat/Tweet of The Day or a Free Resource (like sales email template). If you’re searching for an informative, witty, and timely news source - you hit the jackpot! Subscribe to The Hustle and get the news you need.
The daily email newsletter covering the latest news from Wall St. to Silicon Valley. Informative, witty, and everything you need to start your day. Morning Brew is a daily dose of tech and business news that will make you smarter in just 5 minutes. The newsletter is everything, but traditional - forget dry and dense business news and stay up-to-date while being entertained. Each morning you’ll receive a stock market recap, coverage on the most important news and events, and Brew’s best - a small section for recommendations. Read by more than three million subscribers - Morning Brew is your go-to source for quick, reliable, and FUN business coverage!
The technology of business and the business of technology. The newsletter brings interesting perspectives on the fast-changing industry. Coming from finance and technology, the authors find a common ground on business while sharing their findings and opinions. Margins cover a wide range of topics - writers discuss everything from current trends and shitty business margins to issues on the impact of remote-first, and how Robinhood is making money. Subscribe for engaging content that will leave you thinking.
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