Things are getting exciting for millenials in Europe, as work & travel becomes more popular and extra roaming fees are no more. This issue of our newsletter includes these news as well as fantastic advice on saving money as a tech startup, determining your burn rate and dealing with company-wide crises. Happy reading!
After avoiding this for years, “index creator MSCI finally chose to include mainland Chinese companies trading in Shanghai and Shenzhen in its influential Emerging Market Index”. We’re talking about the $7 trillion Chinese stock market. It’s a huge opportunity for investors in the US. Read more
Innovation in tech tends to get a major boost from the arms and space races. “Long-distance communications, solar energy, artificial limbs, memory foam and household smoke detectors all were first used in space.” So what’s next? Read more
Great news for those of us who travel for business and/or leisure! Extra roaming fees in the EU are no longer a thing. Check your mobile operator’s website for more information, but the gist is this: travelling abroad in the EU is now cheaper. Read more
Finding a fitting prosthetic isn’t easy, as it’s never certain how it will affect the patient’s mobility until after it’s procured and tested. Thankfully, patients don’t need to settle for living with sub-par prostheses: HuMoTech’s research is there to help. Read more
MongoDB has two new products to announce: Stitch and Mongo Charts. They also deliver news regarding their database-as-a-service offering. Stich is particularly interesting as it’s a slight deviation from MongoDB’s database current services. Read more
Most businesses have long broken the silos separating sales and marketing, forced to do so by common sense and customer expectations. But the game rules are constantly changing and to stay ahead, you’re going to need to work on true customer experience. Read more
Telecommuting, either as freelancers or as an employee of a modern company, is more than fashionable. Everybody seems to be doing work and travel, using the flexibility to create unforgettable memories. Eric Mack suggests that this type of work pretty much replaces vacationing. Read more
A recent Reddit thread about a young developer wiping all their new employer’s data has spurned discussion on how a company should safeguard itself against such disasters. Spoiler alert: not by punishing well meaning employees for genuine mistakes. Read more
Starting your own business is an exhilarating and harrowing experience. How to succeed where so many have failed? It turns out that one of the major factors contributing to entrepreneurs’ success are their personal relationships. Read more
For tech startups, infrastructure costs are often a huge weight. This new approach, serverless, lets you pay only for the resources you actually use and save a lot of cash. Recently we wrote a practical guide to serverless, so jump over to our blog if you’d like to set it up. Read more
Not to boast, but Netguru is on the list of the 1000 fastest growing companies in Europe. We have a few tips for you on how to boost the growth of your business - and do it smartly. Read more
Saving money with serverless, supercharging your business growth and figuring out your burn rate - all useful for an entrepreneur. Did you find advice to live by in this issue of our newsletter? Did you find our selection of news interesting? Let us know!