Newsletters on Startups
From startup case studies to interesting tools and resources, you will find coverage on the most promising ventures and up-and-coming trends. Get a look inside Silicon Valley, understand why it takes years to succeed overnight, and let yourself get inspired to build.
Microns is a newsletter to discover the best micro-startups for sale. Microns connects startup founders with buyers, making the whole process fun and stress-free. Ilya Novohatskyi curates micro-startups available for sale, wishing for founders to enjoy selling and buyers to feel safe and proud of the purchase. In addition Ilya shares insights on the acquisition process, stories, and interviews with founders. Explore topics from how to customize your deal to make it more appealing to how to create a side project and get your first customers. Subscribe to join a community and learn how Ilya himself is building his own company!
Business breakdowns, by the numbers. Napkin Math is a business and investing newsletter that provides data-driven analysis. Adam Keesling strives to find data points to figure out which startups are going to succeed, what is working, what is not, and what the future holds. Napkin Math debates why software is better than content, analyzes roll-up strategy, and covers acquisitions that are worthy of your attention. So subscribe for industry dives, startup case studies, and discussions on the prospects of interesting ventures.
An email of the best entrepreneurial opportunities. Opportunity Overload is a result of constant research on what kind of big opportunities are out there. The newsletter is written for people that are serious about buying and/or selling websites, domains, and assets. Opportunity overload is divided into a couple of sections and consists of the ‘Broad Opportunities’ where you will find trending tech topics and business sectors, that can be used as starting points for projects and inspiration, and lists for ‘Websites’ and ‘Domains’ for sale. Subscribe to stay on top of trending patterns with clarity and focus.
Where women in tech lead, shape, and fund the future. Femstreet is a brainchild of an investor Sarah Noeckel. It is a curated, weekly newsletter featuring must-read content by female CEOs, operators, and investors. The author aims to amplify women's voices and celebrate their accomplishments. With a focus on tech and venture capital, Femstreet delivers timely, informative news on women working and building in the industry. You’ll find one section for ‘Insights’ with a summary of what’s going on, and another one for curated content with commentary on ‘What founders, startup operators, and investors are talking about…’ plus a bonus of featured jobs. Subscribe to gain insight, join an inspiring community, and maybe even land a dream job - you never know where the Femstreet will lead you!
Brianne Kimmel's Newsletter
A weekly newsletter on tech and consumer culture. Brianne Kimmel’s newsletter is all things work+tech, featuring original essays and interviews with founders. The newsletter focuses on consumers, tools, and trends and tackles topics on The New American Dream and the future of work. Brianne Kimmel is very experienced with startups and carries a mission “to make work more creative, flexible & human”. Read about game-like experiences in tech, unbundling of LinkedIn, and efforts bridging the gap between the real-life and virtual world. Subscribe to a must-read and get a look inside Silicon Valley.
Tools, resources, case studies, and inspiration for the makers and indie entrepreneurs who are predicting the future by building it. Hackerpreneur is a digital magazine with all sorts of content divided into a blog, newsletter, notes, quotes, and much more. Marc Eglon believes that great writing should be “spread across geography and time” and so he hand-picks a variety of valuable resources and essays from the world wide web to share perspectives on the future of work. Targeted for those “who live and work on their own terms”, Hackerpreneur hosts original long-form essays and curated collections of links to articles, videos. Read about fixing the internet, building products, and entrepreneurship and “keep on making”!
Exploring how and what to build in the "new normal". Late Checkout newsletter discusses products, consumer social, and marketplaces with a strong focus on communities. Greg Isenberg shares key insights to inspire you to “build new products or at very least build smarter ones.” Late checkout covers topics from the great unbundling and the stretch of social platforms to education 3.0 and the intersection of community and commerce. Subscribe, learn about internet communities, and get inspired to build.
Each week, Luke sparks the creativity of marketers & founders by sharing how he'd launch & grow a new business idea. Ideas range from a social proof app for service workers to a long-form monetized version of Twitter (think text-based YouTube), to a BitClout exchange. Looseleaf Cannon consists of “a few things” recommended by the author (like a Twitter thread or an article worth reading) and this week’s product idea - How I would launch and scale “x”. Subscribe for this thought letter and get ready to get some cool ideas!
Joe Procopio newsletter is a summary of his blog, full of real-time advice on startups, tech, product, and CEO matters. Joe Procopio is a serial entrepreneur who aims to provide actionable, insightful, and honest answers on how and why. You will find an insider’s perspective from making pivots and using freemium models to the positioning and pricing of products. Joe Procopio’s newsletter is divided into sections for today’s post with an original advice piece, links to his most recent posts, and upcoming topics with a shoutout for topic requests. Subscribe and engage with the author to learn best practices from building a product to leading a company.
The CEO's Brainpain. CEO Brain is a newsletter filled with small, unfiltered notes on building companies and communities. John Saddington shares his thoughts on being a CEO, struggles when managing the tension of family and a startup, obsession with community building, and his other brainpains. Topics range from creating momentum and pivoting to difficulties of being yourself and (re)learning how to be a manager. Subscribe for a refreshing dose of struggle, fucks, and encouragement.
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