Matt Villano

Matt Villano

Matt Villano is a freelance writer and editor in Healdsburg, Calif. He is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur, and has covered startups and entrepreneurship for The New York Times, TIME and CIO. He also covers a variety of other topics, including travel, parenting, education and -- seriously -- gambling. He can be found on his personal website, Whalehead.com.

Easily Stream Video Live to Facebook With This Little Device
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Easily Stream Video Live to Facebook With This Little Device

Become the Scorsese of Facebook Live with this hi-def camera.
What Every Entrepreneur Must Understand About Their First 10 Customers
Early Adopters

What Every Entrepreneur Must Understand About Their First 10 Customers

Find out how to turn your early adopters into lifelong brand evangelists.
This Company Takes the Hassle out of Launching a Foreign Company in the U.S.
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This Company Takes the Hassle out of Launching a Foreign Company in the U.S.

Launch your U.S. business in a matter of days, not months
How This Company Is Driving Down Energy Bills
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How This Company Is Driving Down Energy Bills

An innovative analytics service promises to give you new power.
How This Company Found the Solution for Its Site's Missing Links
Business Optimization

How This Company Found the Solution for Its Site's Missing Links

HyperX cleared up its sales links -- and now it cleans up on sales.
5 Tips for Maintaining Work-Life Balance, From People Who've Been There
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5 Tips for Maintaining Work-Life Balance, From People Who've Been There

Finding a personal and professional middle ground is a constant struggle for entrepreneurs with a passion for business. This article can help.
Invoice Organization Made Easy: This Cloud-Based Solution Was Created in 2 Weeks
Business Optimization

Invoice Organization Made Easy: This Cloud-Based Solution Was Created in 2 Weeks

Plate iQ is helping a restaurant chain turns mountains of invoices into a more efficient operation.
Why More Startups Are Paying Attention to What They Learned in Bio
Biohacking

Why More Startups Are Paying Attention to What They Learned in Bio

Be it gimmick or real solution, biohacking is big business.
This App Brings Musicians, Party Planners and Venues Together
Mobile Apps

This App Brings Musicians, Party Planners and Venues Together

GigTown orchestrates connections between bands and their audiences.
How This Ex-Googler Is Reinventing the Way Security Cameras Work
Mobile Apps

How This Ex-Googler Is Reinventing the Way Security Cameras Work

Carter Maslan's app Camio only gives you the footage you might actually use.
This Mobile App Tracks Deliveries in Real Time for All to See
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This Mobile App Tracks Deliveries in Real Time for All to See

When it comes to tracking your food from the restaurant to your door, Bringg delivers.
This Startup Is Giving Businesses a Better Way to Offer Employee Perks
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This Startup Is Giving Businesses a Better Way to Offer Employee Perks

AnyPerk aims to 'enable happiness' through a variety of incentives.
Why This Insurer Wants You to Wear a Health Tracker
Personal Health

Why This Insurer Wants You to Wear a Health Tracker

Wearable tech meets rewards at a growing health insurance company.
7 Tips for Getting Your Team to Think More Creatively
Creativity

7 Tips for Getting Your Team to Think More Creatively

The pros share what works for them. Read and learn.
Videoconferencing Problems? Here's the System That One Company Swears By.
Video Conferences

Videoconferencing Problems? Here's the System That One Company Swears By.

A wireless device cuts down the pain of connecting.