Peter Daisyme

Peter Daisyme

Co-founder of Hostt

Peter Daisyme is the co-founder of Palo Alto, California-based Hostt, specializing in helping businesses with hosting their website for free, for life. Previously he was the co-founder of Pixloo, a company that helped people sell their homes online, that was acquired in 2012.

10 Reasons You Should Hire a Bookkeeper for Your Startup
Financial Management

10 Reasons You Should Hire a Bookkeeper for Your Startup

A professional bookkeeper actually saves you money through less human error and the bills that get paid on time.
9 Revolutionary Companies to Watch
Startups

9 Revolutionary Companies to Watch

Nine little-known companies are working hard to bring game-changing tech to market.
21 Silicon Valley Women Who Are More Qualified to Be on Your Board Than Mark Cuban
Women in Tech

21 Silicon Valley Women Who Are More Qualified to Be on Your Board Than Mark Cuban

In the search for disruptive technologies and new ways to approach the same business issues, women are proving to be game-changers here in the Valley.
How to Grow Your Sales with These Top 5 Outsourcing-Sales Companies
Outsourcing

How to Grow Your Sales with These Top 5 Outsourcing-Sales Companies

Outsourcing sales strategies can be a game-changer for companies' sales results. Here are some of these consultants' strategies.
50 Inspirational Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2017
Inspiration

50 Inspirational Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2017

There are an incredible number of people moving and shaking the existing global business environment. Here are some of them.
10 Software Products Helping Small Businesses Achieve 10x Growth in 2017
Tools

10 Software Products Helping Small Businesses Achieve 10x Growth in 2017

You know that myriad of little tasks that eat time? Automate them. Here are the tools to help you do that.
Women Empowering Women: Preterm Babies and the Story of Medolac
Nutrition

Women Empowering Women: Preterm Babies and the Story of Medolac

How one entrepreneur was moved by the plight of premature infants to develop a new company and a new business model.
8 Steps to Get Your Restaurant Game Cooking Online
Restaurants

8 Steps to Get Your Restaurant Game Cooking Online

Take full use of today's online opportunities so you can eat up the competition.
Can't Afford a Full-Time CFO? Here Are 3 Options to Try
CFO

Can't Afford a Full-Time CFO? Here Are 3 Options to Try

Consider, instead, a "virtual CFO," forecasting software or a part-timer.
Heartland Entrepreneur: 1 Woman's Journey to Global Startup Success
Entrepreneurs

Heartland Entrepreneur: 1 Woman's Journey to Global Startup Success

Neither age, nor location, nor gender defines or limits an entrepreneur.
10 Expert Resources for Startups in 2017
Business Education

10 Expert Resources for Startups in 2017

Take advantage of the bevy of free or low-cost sites for entrepreneurial learning, product feedback and mentoring.
Companies Turn to Pop-Up Events and Stores to Increase Brand Awareness
Marketing Ideas

Companies Turn to Pop-Up Events and Stores to Increase Brand Awareness

Their secret here is that pop-ups look, oh, so spontaneous, when actually they're not.
8 Ways Your Poor Personal Credit May Negatively Impact Your Business
Credit

8 Ways Your Poor Personal Credit May Negatively Impact Your Business

Think you've covered your bases by keeping your business money separate from your personal money? Think again.
The Benefits of Buying a 'Boring' Businesses Instead of Seeking the Next Big Thing
Investing

The Benefits of Buying a 'Boring' Businesses Instead of Seeking the Next Big Thing

Boring businesses are stable and profitable, but could use some new marketing strategies to tap into additional growth.
Building a Live-Video Streaming Studio Isn't Close to as Expensive as You Think
Video Marketing

Building a Live-Video Streaming Studio Isn't Close to as Expensive as You Think

For fewer zeroes than you think, you can give your content an authentic immediacy and put your audience right in the middle of the action.