Competition to earn a degree has never been higher. With about 31% of the U.S. population between the ages of 25 and 64 holding a university degree, higher education is fighting for their share of students. At the same time, technology such as mobile geolocation provides differentiation that universities can […]
The social dynamics of conferences are a bit strange. Hundreds (or even thousands) of individuals converge on a single location for a set period of time. These people are there to network, to learn, and to do business. While some of the learning and networking will happen around the panels, much of it won’t.
Last week, our fearless leaders took a trip to Amsterdam (for business purposes, I swear). We were chosen as a finalist and presented in front of an esteemed panel at The Next Web '10 Conference as a part of the Paypal X Startup Rally. After being narrowed from 450 applicants, the three day event saw our very[…]
Ogilvy & Mather, one of the largest ad agencies in the world, has decided enough is enough. After running through some individual breakdowns, they wanted a more competitive environment for their examinations. Therefore, at this very moment Ogilvy Theatre is sold out and while it plays host to some of the bigg[…]
Last week was another hot week for discussing geolocation. Lee Odden, of the online marketing blog TopRankBlog, got into the backstory and development of DoubleDutch. Here are a few of the exchanges between our founder, Lawrence Coburn, and Odden, and you can also read the full interview here.
Set to shine a spotlight on the 25 hottest startups from around the world, The Next Web 2010 Conference is going to be the coming out party for DoubleDutch. Strange coincidence that the event is held in Amsterdam?