VeloCity’s Weekly Favourites: August 6
Last week was a great week in startups. Here’s what we found interesting:
The Next Web checked into what Y Combinator’s first ever cohort has been up to, Y Combinator’s First Batch: Where are they now?
A huge congrats to Canadian startups, Shoplocket & TribeHR, for receiving funding from U.S. VC’s. Check out the article here.
Entrepreneur shared an interesting article, Starting Up Under One Roof: A Look At Residential Incubators.
Dan Shipper contemplates why he knows B2B is unsexy on his blog.
This is a great infographic showing what startups need to have to be successful. It specifically focusses on two key traits, perseverance and optimism.
If you’re interested in UX design, this is a blog you should definitely be following, UXidea.
This post explains why A/B testing is essential to your startup’s campaigns.
Entrepreneur & author Patrick Vlaskovits got down to the real meaning of growth hacker with his article, You’re A Growth Rookie, Not A Growth Hacker.
And finally, The New York Times explained why renaming your company isn’t always a bad thing.
A local coworking space, Treehaus, is having a house warming this Thursday, August 9. If you’re interested, RSVP here.
Tune in next week for more startup reads!