Are you a startup who makes a physical product? Sure, having an online presence is definitely an important thing to have, but it could be a great idea to get it out there to a physical store as well. In this episode of Google Developers, Joe born talks with Martin Omander about how Hale Devices gets [...]
Google Developers – Root Access: How to add value on top of someone else’s API, with startup TOPDocs
How does one take the best of an existing API and add value to it, so the combined product becomes amazing? In this episode of Google Developers, we will see Nelson Pereira talks with Martin Omander about how his startup TOP Docs does it.
Google Developers – Root Access: Safely Migrating A Large Web App To A Scalable Platform, With Startup Ninua
Is you're startup web app getting a good amount of usage? If so, that is certainly good news. This means you may have a viable business. But there is some bad news that comes along with it. If you have a large enough web app for this to happen, you may have to migrate to [...]
Google Developers – Root Access: Changing the business model to increase revenue, with startup Ninua
Does the product you're trying to sell have good traction, but you're not seeing the kind of revenues that would help sustain your growing business? What do you do if what you're doing isn't working? Well, you switch to a new business model! In this episode of Google Developers, we will hear from Walleed Abdulla as [...]
In this episode of Root Access Berlin, Jérôme Mouton, SnapEngage's CTO and co-founder, gives you a peek under the hood at their cloud platform costs and explains how to optimize them. SnapEngage provides live chat capabilities for thousands of websites. They were one of the first App Engine users and drive a significant traffic through [...]
A discussion panel with Michael Munie (Katango, acquired by Google), Anselm Baird-Smith (Lala.com, acquired by Apple) and Martin Görner (Mobipocket, acquired by Amazon). All three now work at Google. This discussion was recorded in Paris during the "Paris Startup Café" event which was part of the Google for Entrepreneurs Week 2013.
In this video of Root Access (from the Google Developers channel in Youtube), Bridgette Beam from the Google for Entrepreneurs team talks about data and business. What sort of key performance indicators should business owners be looking for? What sort of valuable insights could be gained with what tools? How can they quickly and quantitatively validate [...]
Nothing is guaranteed in the world of startups and business. Sometimes the greatest of ideas aren't a good fit for the market as it is today. Don Dodge welcomes Louis Gray to talk about some technologies that took a while to catch on, and those for whom timing was on their side, in a special [...]
What is the cause of successful business? Great effort! Aside from the effort it takes to gain success, it takes a little bit of being market ready, as well as having a little bit of luck on your side. Don Dodge welcomes Louis Gray to talk about the intersection of skill and luck in a [...]
door location services are hot right now. Many promising startups are active in this space and there have recently been some notable acquisitions. Don Dodge (Googler, long-time startup advocate and investor) tells us what indoor location is good for, how the technology works and what he thinks will happen next.