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How to find Startups

Mar 17, 14 • startups

I find myself frequently speaking to friends or acquaintances who are looking to join a startup. This post will be focused on the first question that is normally asked- “What is the best place to look for startups?”

There are a few really other important questions that tie into this, mainly how can I tell if a startup is “good” and how should I approach a startup, but I will answer those in subsequent posts.

Without further ado, here are some of my favorite resources.

Posted Startup Jobs:
http://www.insidestartups.org/ and a meetup http://www.meetup.com/insidestartupsclub/
http://www.startuply.com/
https://angel.co/
http://nyc.startupjobfair.org/
https://generalassemb.ly/career-fair
http://www.usv.com/jobs/ (or any other VC portfolio site)
http://www.producthunt.co/jobs
Startup Discovery:
http://link.crunchbase.com/join/subscribe  <– sign up for this!!
http://startupreport.com/
http://nycstartuplist.com
http://blogs.wsj.com/venturecapital/
Fortune.com’s venture email - if you want to see an example, go here
http://upstart.bizjournals.com/companies/startups/

 

There are many more; for example, there are many, many other VC portfolio pages, as well as all companies that are at incubators and accelerators. We’ll cover those other two very key questions in future posts.

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