New stuff every day? We’re listening.

05 Dec 2005

Joel Welsh

Joel Welsh, Chief Community Officer, is also the CEO of a new startup company ... Showcase U. Joel shares behind the scenes key decisions being made in the "Birth of a Startup" and knocks it out of the park to provide his own entrepreneurial wisdom.

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I love a website that has something new on it each day that I visit. If I know that a site will have something fresh for me every day, that’s one that I’ll revisit constantly.

This is going to happen at StartupNation.com. We already do crank out a ton of great entrepreneurial content: articles, radio shows, 10 Steps to Open For Business, On Demand Seminars. But you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

We’re going to be "Less Creative and More Attentive" to our community. This doesn’t mean that we won’t still have the terrific cutting edge creativity that our team is known for, it just means that if you tell us you want it, we’re going to deliver.

An example? Community Boards. So many of you have told us that you want a way to get the word out about your product or service to the StartupNation community, or you would like insight from other entrepreneurs who have traveled the road before you. Or you would like to be a mentor to others who are starting a business. We hear from our community every day, and coming soon you all will get to join in on that conversation.

We’re still in the planning stages, so if you have more requests, let us know. We expect to launch the community boards at the very end of February. I’m the chief community officer and I’ll be driving this launch, but our entire StartupNation team is involved in this project.

We want to make StartupNation a part of your daily life and StartupNation.com a place you can’t live without.

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