Memphis startup WorkForPie selected to show off new product, Kufikia, at Southland Conference in Nashville next month.
If their name means anything at all than Memphis startup WorkForPie should have several walk in freezers worth of pie because they’ve been working really hard… for pie. WorkForPie was a member of the first class at Memphis’ accelerator SeedHatchery. They were also the first startup out of SeedHatchery to raise significant follow on funding.
Chicago startup Dabble is running out of runway and the women behind the company have a new tactic to try and save it.
Some of the best companies in the world, including Github, 37Signals, and Automattic, allow their employees to work from home. It’s pretty surprising to us that so few startups follow their lead. We’re a small organization ourselves (only two full-time employees), but we don’t require each other to be on site. We live in the
Cliff McKinney is the CEO and cofounder of WorkForPie and a community leader in the Memphis startup community. This post, which also appears on his personal Tumblr, can easily be applied to any town, any city, everywhere else. I’ve been thinking a lot about Memphis lately. Where it is, where it’s been, and where it
The inaugural Southland conference is less than a month away. With that they’ve selected the first 20 startups in their startup village of 50 which is a great reflection of the awesome startups across the landscape of the southeast.
By Brad Montgomery, co-founder WorkForPie I’ve been pondering this post for a long time. Any student of startups is probably familiar with the phrase Minimum Viable Product. It’s really a simple idea, and I think it embodies an important philosophy for anyone starting a company. The idea is that your product (whatever it is; e.g.
There’s been a lot of press lately about the lack of true, groundbreaking innovation in Silicon Valley. I don’t think that’s completely true, but reading about it made me think a bit about the nature of innovation and whether the current system is built to foster it. I live in this little city called Memphis
“This is my rifle. There are many like it, but this one is mine.” So I’ve started a couple of companies before. Okay I say “started companies,” but I don’t really mean either of those words. I just incorporated some ideas I had. I got business cards with my name on them. I built a
Job boards are a dime a dozen these days. The job board was a space once owned by just two online companies, Hot Jobs (Yahoo) and Monster.com. Now there are job boards for just about everything and everywhere. It’s innovative new career minded sites, and category specific platforms like, WorkForPie and Path.to that are prevailing
Please don’t mistake me for an angel.co basher it’s a very useful tool. However, week in and week out we get an email from angel.co with the “trending startups” and they are almost always invariably from Silicon Valley and New York. That’s why we’ve developed this series to highlight angel.co startups from “everywhere else” it’s