With technologies like AI and compute-intensive applications on the rise, the need for GPU computing solutions to address big global problems and power business solutions is critical. Oracle and NVIDIA have committed to help more AI startups achieve scale and success through a collaboration between their global startup programs.
What do Airbnb, Uber, Slack, Pinterest, WhatsApp, Square, and Venmo have in common? These highly successful technology startups were all founded during the Great Recession in 2008-2010. Entrepreneurs and small businesses are once again fighting through difficult times to both survive and transform the world.
Founders and employees alike have been on edge given uncertain economic conditions, so let’s just get right into a few ways startups can think about running leaner.
Startups are used to navigating changing markets. They are often the change agents that actually inspire markets to evolve, but right now, it’s not just venture capital or the tech scene experiencing massive shifts.
As a startup founder, you are an evangelist. You mesmerize your audience with your conviction and entice them with visions of a better world that is available through an offering that only you can provide.
Startups are known to be adaptive, innovative, and agile. When there’s a crisis or disruption, these up-and-coming businesses are quick with a solution, and this situation is no different.
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"Entrepreneurship is essential to building a more stable, prosperous, and healthy world. We’re partnering with startups to help bring their big visions to reality, and fuel global innovation while we’re at it.
—Jason Williamson, Vice President, Oracle for Startups and Oracle for Research