Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional writer and blogger. Her work has been published on OptinMonster, CrazyEgg, GrowthLab, Unbounce, OnePageCRM and Mirasee. Connect with Sharon on Twitter @shurleyhall
Australian startup biNu has a mission: turn ‘dumb phones’ into smart phones and give the developing world a boost in the process.
Many parents get stressed about providing healthy lunches for their kids at school, especially when their kids to a school without a lunch program. Susan Frigoletto was one of those parents, and those desperate morning scrambles to put together a nutritious lunch were the inspiration for Smart Lunches, which she founded in summer 2011 with Cathy Goldman.
Journalists need credible sources, and experts need a platform for their views, but neither group has an easy pipeline to the other. That's the issue that Calgary startup TypeWhale aims to solve.
Writer Sharon Hurley Hall outlines some warning signs that an entrepreneur may not be as inclined to sell as his investors.
Writer Sharon Hurley Hall talks common traits amongst the top startups that investors should keep their eyes open for.
Writer Sharon Hurley Hall talks about Blueseed and what the offshore startup means for investors.
Sharon Hurley Hall discusses investor takeaways from 2012 internet trends
Writer Sharon Hurley Hall rounds up the most current movers and shakers.
Wrier Sharon Hurley Hall talks about the potential ramifications of the JOBS Act in the US.
Writer Sharon Hurley Hall discusses the rise of Startup Canada and the waves it is making nationally.
Writer Sharon Hall puts Numecent in the spotlight and highlights some key traits for investors.
Sharon Hurley Hall discusses Chicago-based startup Belly
Writer Sharon Hurley Hall discusses the rise of ClassConnect, the story of its founder and what investors should look for.
The future of work isn't sci-fi. It's here now as startup Crowd Control demonstrates. Crowd Control is blending human and artificial intelligence to get things done via what it calls a "human powered computer" - and no, unfortunately, Star Trek's Lieutenant Data isn't involved.