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Dae Bogan To Moderate Music & Tech Collaboration Panel at Collision Conference in NOLA

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I’m happy to announce that I’ll be moderating a panel on music & tech brand collaborations at the Collision Conference in New Orleans next month. This session will explore how tech companies are putting music first when it comes to their product and giving back to the industry that supports them. More deats at ww.www.collisionconf.com.

Tech Founders – Don’t Be A Feature Hoarder

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Tech founders, don’t be a #featurehoarder.

I’ve worked with enough failed digital media startups to have identified one trend of failure: poor MVP execution.

Ambitious first-time CEOs who want to bust out of the gate with outrageous competitive differentiators…products that implode.

The keyword in MVP is not minimum; it’s viable. With relatively few features, you can identify what areas drive value and build accordingly going forward; delivering incremental value with every version release.

It’s all about compelling introductory features that uniquely address a set of needs and user feedback, which informs future milestone features that expand on those needs.

Because you can’t be everything to everyone, make your product do something great for some one(s).

Dae Bogan To Mentor Entrepreneurs & Startups At SXSW V2V In Las Vegas

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I’m happy to announce that I will be a guest speaker and mentor at SXSW V2V conference at Bellagio in Las Vegas this summer. SXSW V2V is a four day event for startups and entrepreneurs, featuring educational panels and discussions, intensive hands-on learning, great networking events, and more. Learn more at http://www.sxswv2v.com

10 Questions Music Tech Startup Founders Should Ask When Choosing An Accelerator or Incubator

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It is not news that the world of business accelerators and incubators is booming. The Top 15 incubators attract thousands of applicants for each cohort submission period. With over 50% of startups raising over $1 million each in additional financing after graduating a top program, many eager young entrepreneurs flock to these opportunities hoping to breakthrough.

Unfortunately, with only a 1% admission rate, getting accepted to Harvard Business School may be easier than a top accelerator or incubator program.

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