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    1. I Lived Out Of My Car For Six Months While Bootstrapping My Startup

      I Lived Out Of My Car For Six Months While Bootstrapping My Startup

      Waking up on the backseat of my Volkswagen Jetta on a frosty morning in late 2015, I check the time. It’s 5 a.m. I pull out of the Walmart parking lot and head to my gym, 24 Hour Fitness. After a quick shower, I’m ready to start work, surfing the Bay Area's Wi-Fi hotspots. From around 6 a.m. until 11 at night, I'm perched in the backseat of my car, coding my new website.

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    2. I Lived Out Of My Car For Six Months While Bootstrapping My Startup

      I Lived Out Of My Car For Six Months While Bootstrapping My Startup

      Waking up on the backseat of my Volkswagen Jetta on a frosty morning in late 2015, I check the time. It’s 5 a.m. I pull out of the Walmart parking lot and head to my gym, 24 Hour Fitness. After a quick shower, I’m ready to start work, surfing the Bay Area's Wi-Fi hotspots. From around 6 a.m. until 11 at night, I'm perched in the backseat of my car, coding my new website.

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    3. This VC's Tips For Startup Fundraising Outside Silicon Valley

      This VC's Tips For Startup Fundraising Outside Silicon Valley

      Building a successful startup outside Silicon Valley has its challenges, but people do it all the time. One of the biggest hurdles is raising early-stage VC money. Since so many investors are clustered in and around the Bay Area, companies that aren't can find themselves struggling to draw their attention. But the good news is that, once you do, you'll get more runway out of those dollars than your Silicon Valley counterparts will.

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    4. Chobani founder to MassChallenge: ​‘Keep it freaking simple’

      Chobani founder to MassChallenge: ​‘Keep it freaking simple’

      Hamdi Ulukaya bought a failing yogurt plant for $700,000 in 2005 and turned it into the multi-billion dollar company. 

      Ulukaya said he did Chobani’s accounting in Quickbooks until it was worth $600 million and that an employee drove four hours in his own Nissan Altima with the air conditioning on full blast to deliver the company’s first shipment to a grocery store.

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