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Warning: Stop Saying These Overused Words

No one really likes business jargon. Why? Because it gets bastardized so quickly. Phrases like "drink the company koolaid" are so overused at this point that nobody knows what they really mean anymore. Although it may feel cool to be one of the first people to use...

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Startup Spotlight: Payboard

We love entrepreneurs, especially ones that have great work ethics and drive disruptive businesses. In our first Startup Spotlight I caught up with one of TrepScore's earliest adopters Matt Dyor, CEO and Co-Founder of Seattle-based Payboard, to learn more about what he and his team are building. Payboard is making the...

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Startup Events In Austin: November

As Austin has entered the elite status as one of the top startup cities across the nation, events and gatherings supporting the entrepreneurial spirit are popping up regularly.  Here is a list of startup events to check out this November in Austin, Texas: How to Start Starting...

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Chicago Startup Events: November

When thinking about Chicago, you probably don't think of startups right away, but the windy city's entrepreneurial spirit is rising. Groupon, Careerbuilder, and Orbitz all hold their headquarters here, and it seems as if many more are to come.  For further notes on the rise of Chicago's startup...

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Treps Drive a Growing Tech Scene in Silicon Beach

Over the past 5 years Los Angeles has become known for more than just movies.  Companies like Snapchat, Beats (acquired by Apple for $3 billion) and Oculus Rift (acquired by Facebook for $2 billion) brought global attention to LA's technology scene. As a part of the "Silicon...

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Indiana Governor’s Conference for Women 2014

One of my favorite lines in a movie has to be from the movie Prometheus when Michael Fassbinder says, "Big things have small beginnings". Selfishly I try to use this line for TrepScore, but its real intent is for events like the Indiana Governor’s Conference...