RAPID CITY, South Dakota — Payu Harris’ apartment is in shambles.
Pots clutter the kitchen sink; the dish rack holds a cellphone charger. The room smells of stale cat litter and the bathroom tap runs dry. But Harris has more important things on his mind than chores – things that, if he were to have his way, could change the future of the Oglala Lakota tribe.
Harris is the founder of MazaCoin, a digital currency described as “the first Native American cryptocurrency.See Original Article
SYDNEY — The Lean Startup Machine rolled into town in September
With only 1000 tech startups in Australia and little contact with startup hotspots such as Silicon Valley or Tel Aviv, Lean Startup Machine wants to give local entrepreneurs the skills needed to compete and succeed
Based on the Lean Startup movement founded by Eric Reis, which advises companies to work backwards from the business results rather than forward from the technology, the Lean Startup Machine is a three-day bootcamSee Original Article
By Diana Gomez Every day I read about how to grow your business and expand your clientele. And sure, getting new customers is an important factor in any marketing tactic, but what about the ones you already have? One look at how phone companies are rethinking their treatment of already-loyal customers is proof that those are the ones who need attention. Don’t just give new customers the chance to get a new phone at a good deal. Offer those perks to the people who you already have on boardSee Original Article
This article is part of DBA, a new series on Mashable about running a business that features insights from leaders in entrepreneurship, venture capital and management. You can find just about anything on Wikipedia these days. Its more than 4.5 million articles include bios on every World Cup soccer player, a page dedicated to the Stone Mountain Memorial half dollar, a list of the largest buildings in the world and more.
But there isn’t a Wikipedia page on a certain business philosophy thSee Original Article