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Yeva Hyusyan certainly knows the code for success. She started SoloLearn, the largest instructional online coding app, where 20 million people have learned to code. SoloLearn has an impressive online reputation, with prestigious accolades from Google and Facebook. The app aims to build practical skills

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Spoon University, a website founded by Mackenzie Barth and Sarah Adler, is a resource for all of your cooking needs. While this website is made primarily for college students, there are still a surplus of recipes ranging from under 5 ingredients to fancy desserts that

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From screen to closet. What's happening? In 2017, a third of consumers are ditching brick-and-mortar to buy from mobile devices, according to a PwC Survey. Shoppers will see more options to customize and personalize their shopping experience through social media outlets and they will expect platforms like video

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Ways to study and treat mental illness are going digital and investors are backing them. What's happening? With advancements in artificial intelligence and cognitive science (e.g., IBM Watson), the mental health industry is turning digital, and startups are seizing opportunities to help heal. Venture Capital funding

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We're removing a stumbling block to understanding Blockchain. What's happening? Researchers call blockchain a disruptive technology with high potential to change business operations as we know it. But what the heck is it? This is the best explanation of it that we've seen to date. In short, it

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Helping one another has never been so profitable. What's happening? Female investors are increasingly setting their sights on companies founded by other women. This trend is driven by what Quartz Media dubbed the “Estrogen Effect:” studies show a correlation between women in leadership positions and company profitability.

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Founders need to look sharp. DIY design is one way to plump up those visuals on a budget. What's happening? Instead of hiring web developers and Photoshop specialists, organizations and independents are turning to easy-to-use apps and sites that allow for editing and design without the hassle

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