Good Resource for Young Technology Entrepreneurs

Stephen Pollack, a friend and former CEO of Platespin, has been working on a community site, InsideSpin, that is highly focused on the needs of young technology entrepreneurs.

Stephen’s intent is to be one of a few sites that focus on the breadth of challenges running a tech business in an all-in-one approach ideal for a startup CEO or senior line executive.

Stephen’s core materials reflect his 25 years of experience in the technology industry across most of all the core disciplines. His lessons learned include several globally successful ventures, most notably PlateSpin, FloNetwork and Fulcrum, as well as a few that failed.

In Stephen’s words, “More than just a bunch of best practices, InsideSpin focuses on exposing the essence of the key issues, operational roles and business challenges at hand.”

The site could be helpful to young entrepreneurs for getting a solid understanding of business growth strategies, creating competitive advantage, company exit strategies, and other issues that are important to management teams.

Take a look and see what you think!

Scott Maxwell
Scott Maxwell
Founder & Partner

As the founder of OpenView, Scott focuses on distinctive business models and products that uniquely address a meaningful market pain point. This includes a broad interest in application and infrastructure companies, and businesses that are addressing the next generation of technology, including SaaS, cloud computing, mobile platforms, storage, networking, IT tools, and development tools.
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