Founders Of Posterous, Heyzap And Etacts On Getting Funded By Y Combinator – with Sachin, Immad and Howie | Case Studies & Business Tips

I tried something new in this program. To help me understand how the seed venture firm Y Combinator helps entrepreneurs launch and grow their startups, I invited not one guest as I usually do, but three founders of three different companies. Each entrepreneur talked about how he got into Y Combinator, how the program helped launch his startup and what it did for him after he left the program.

http://mixergy.com/posterous-heyzap-etacts/

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