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Parcl: A New Peer-to-Peer Platform Helping Shoppers with International Deliveries

Parcl

Shipping limitations present one of the most common issues online shoppers face with international orders. The team behind Parcl has set out to eliminate this issue for good. They have come up with a crowd shipping service that connects shoppers and forwarders from all corners of the globe and lets them help each other in a safe and quick way. As described on Parcl.com, the concept was born from the idea that many of us wish at some point that we had a friend or relative in the country that has stores carrying an item we really want or need. ... Read More »

Candy: The Tool to Make Use of All the Knowledge on the Web

Candy - Organize your favorite web content

If you ever felt lost when trying to save snippets of information from various sources, this is the tool you should have a look at. Whether writing a blog or your thesis, doing research on the web, or just collecting info for your next trip, this tool lets you mark and save exactly those pieces of info that you want to keep at hand. The developers of Candy claim that you’ll be able too work with the collected information as freely and flexibly as you do when playing around with ideas in your mind. The app is currently in beta, ... Read More »

Flashgap, the New Photo-Sharing App that Wants You to Live for the Moment

Flashgap

Is it really news that millennials spend too much time on social media even when out and about? It seems that millennials are no longer social in social settings and favor spending time staring at their screens instead of having a dialogue with their friends. Today, there’s an app called Flashgap, which might be a solution to this new, less social generation. Flashgap is a French mobile app that just launched in the U.S. a few weeks ago and has started to invade college campuses. The app gained over 50,000 users during the Halloween weekend alone, and was even used ... Read More »

The Stepping Stones of a Start-Up

Stepping Stones Of A Start-Up

Startups have been blooming in the past decade, aided by government support and incubators that help them through the survival of the earliest stages. Startups have brought fresh and helpful ideas to life, making more and more entrepreneur’s dreams come true. So let’s speak about those early stages. Let’s speak about the first steps in a start-up. Stage One: Sketching Your Visual Identity Your business is fresh, new, vibrant and in need of investors or development. You have to convince through the business plan and identity that you’ve put together so far, that your idea is worthwhile. You know the ... Read More »

Introducing Due.com: The Small Business Accounting Solution

Due - Online Invoicing and Time Tracking

Freelancers, solo-preneurs and entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs – they all have one thing in common, and that is accounting. When you work in a traditional environment or offer your services on a local scale, accounting isn’t an issue. You can simply hire an accountant or an accounting company that solves everything. But what happens when you work remotely, on an international scale? Well, things change. Accounting changes. Not mastering it can severely affect your business, your sales and your clients. Accounting Tools: Limitations and Issues to Be Addressed Among common issues for freelancers and online entrepreneurs, is that of a ... Read More »