Everything you do, from your daily routine to long term business development – is a decision. With every decision, comes risk.   Only by utilizing a reliable process can educated decisions be made, poor decisions identified faster, and risk mitigated.   Decision making is a science, and that is where we come in. Having designed and fine tuned our process, we have established our way of getting things done. Using smaller decision intervals, faster iterations, quicker pivots, we come up with quality results – faster.   Utilizing standardized procedures, we function powerfully as a team. Once we pair with a company, we don’t start a new process from scratch. Instead, we adapt our ways to fit your needs. The process is customized to your product, yet structured in such a way as to enforce timeliness, organization, and guaranteed results.   It is through iteration and re-evaluation that secure decisions are made.    Offering time proven techniques, we walk through the design and development stages of your company with you – step by step – making decisions along the way.  As product specific data is gathered throughout the process, it is utilized to measure and re-evaluate the decisions, going through as many iterations as needed to arrive at a top quality product. Discover our approach to decisions making – you won’t be disappointed. Read More
 Fantasy sports is big business. According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, 32 million Americans take part in the pastime, spending $15 billion on playing. We sat down with Chris Tisler, Chief Operating Officer of White Tie Fantasy, to hear how they got their start in the industry. White Tie Fantasy partnered with NapkinBetaBeyond, to take its idea from go from Napkin ➤ βeta ➤Beyond℠.  Read More
  Attracting investors to your startup is no easy task. According to serial entrepreneur & Inc 500 CEO David S. Rose, several million startups are formed each year, while only about 1,500 startups get funded by venture capitalists in the US, and 50,000 by angel investors. Even getting a look far from guarantees any funding will come a startup’s way: VCs typically review roughly 400 companies for every one in which they invest; that ratio drops to 40 for angels.   If your startup doesn’t have a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), you can just about forget catching the attention of any investor. But if your startup has created an MVP that is built around a solid concept and shows promise of growth, then your odds of getting funded just shot up. Read More
  Forty-five percent of Americans would rather skip Christmas all together than go through the usual hassles that go along with the holiday season — jacked-up airfare, crowded shopping centers, and the now-perennial ugly Christmas sweater contests at work. And according to the American Psychological Association, 69 percent of Americans report feeling stressed during the holidays due to a “lack of time,” another 69 percent due to “lack of money,” and another 51 percent say they experience holiday stress caused by “the pressure to give or get gifts.” Read More
  As mobile, digital, and other forms of cutting edge technologies are becoming increasingly available to the average person, startups have found creative ways to leverage emerging technologies in order to make our day-to-day lives easier. California-based startup Ring, for instance, which recently secured a $28 million investment from Richard Branson, launched a smart doorbell, making it possible to “answer” the door remotely.    In addition to smart doorbells and the like, many startups and app developers are also finding ingenious ways to not just make our lives easier, but to make the world a better place. They’ve set out to tackle serious issues like world hunger, global pollution, and regenerative medicine. Read More