Top Entrepreneurship Accounts to Follow on Medium
The most popular terms of 2000s’ are startups and entrepreneurship. It’s like a trend and there is a high competition around. If we want to be successful, we have to follow the ones who are leading this trend, read more and work hard. I share popular accounts on Medium below related to entrepreneurship and ready to hear yours from the comments section.
- Accel Partners: One of the popular VC’s based in the USA. They usually share analyzes, their investments and congrats messages of their companies — Reflecting on 2015 and Looking Ahead to 2016
- Adam Grant: He is a professor at Wharton. One of his article that is most recommended is Why Behavioral Economics is Cool and I’m Not
- Ali Mese: He is a growth hacker and working at Crew / a site which is famous with Unsplash(their side project). — When one upvote is worth a thousand of visitors.
- Anil Dash: He is trying to make tech & the tech industry a bit more humane. Also, he is the co-founder of Makerbase and an advisor to Medium. — Toward Humane Tech
- BetaList: Great account to follow up newest startups. Also, they share the popular startups monthly. — Startups of 2016
- Biz Stone: He is the co-founder of Twitter, Medium and CEO/Co-Founder of Jelly. He has great articles related to startups ecosystem. — CEO Advice from a New CEO
- Bram Kanstein: He is the ex Product Hunter and his product(StartupStash) had chosen as the most upvoted product of 2015. He shares stories related to startups. — How I Launched the #1 Most Upvoted Product of all time on Product Hunt.
- Brian Chesky: He is the co-founder and CEO of Airbnb. His story named 7 Rejections should be on your reading list.
- Buffer: Buffer = Transparency. Everyone should follow to have an idea related to the company culture of a startup. — Want to Know How Much You Would Make Working at Buffer? Here is our New Salary Formula.
- Cameron Moll: He is the founder of Authentic Jobs. He mostly shares his ideas related to audio startups. Your brilliant idea will probably take two years to gain sustainable traction.
- Caterina Fake: She is the co-founder of Flickr, Hunch, Sesat School, Kahvila Silli and founder of Findery. She is also on board of Sundance.
- Chris Dixon: General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. His every story is worth to read. What’s Next in Computing?
- Chris McCann: He is the community leader at Greylock Ventures. He shares stories related to scaling. — Scaling Linkedin with Jeff Weiner.
- Chris Messina: He is the inventor of hashtag and if you want to learn what is going to happen in the coming future, he is the right choice. He is very active on Product Hunt too. — Co-living futures: The Launch of Roam.
- Christine Tsai: She is one of the founding partners of 500 Startups.
- Danielle Morrill: CEO & Cofounder of Mattermark. She usually shares stories related to her company. — How I Used Mattermark to Predict the BloomThat Series A
- Dave Pell: He is the creator of Next Draft daily newsletter. He is great at content finding and also he is the writer of cool stories to read. — How to Uncomplicate Your Life.
- Dharmesh Shah: He is the Founder/CTO of Hubspot. I like his latest story related to saying no! — Do Fewer Things, Better
- DHH: He is the creator of Ruby on Rails and the co-founder of Basecamp. One of his popular stories is RECONSIDER.
- Ev Williams: He is the CEO of Medium. Follow him to learn what is happening at Medium and his vision. — Growing kids and growing companies.
- Gary Vaynerchuk: He is the founder of Vayner Media. He writes, at least two times a week. He has so many stories that have more than 500 recommendations. — The Entrepreneurial Spirit: Are Entrepreneurs Born or Made?
- Gustavo Tanaka: He is a Brazilian author and an entrepreneur. He shares ideas of a new economy. Mostly writes in Portuguese. — How I founded a horizontal startup?
- Hank Green: He is the co-founder of VlogBrothers video channel which has more than 2.500.000 subscribers. Also, he interviewed the president. — The Fine Brothers Controversy Explained?
- Hunter Walk: He funds startups at Homebrew. He shares interviews in his publication / Five Questions. — “If you stop learning, you stop living.” Why Alexia Tsotsis Left Techcrunch for Stanford BSchool
- Jake Knapp: Partner at Google Ventures. He likes to write and design. — A 12 Year-Old’s Guide to Airline Advertisements
- James Altucher: One of the personal brands that I like to follow. He is good at storytelling. He has also great podcasts. — “I’m going to tell you about the most successful person I know”
- Jason Fried: He is the co-founder of Basecamp. He shares stories related to their companies. — “Helping clients and firms get to Yes”
- Jeff Goins: He is the author of four books, including The Art of Work. He also shares his tips related to book writing. — How to Write a Book: The 5-Draft Method.
- Jon Westenberg: He gives advice to the startups. He has stories that have more than 2k recommendations. — How to Make Something People Give a Shit About.
- Katie Jacobs Stanton: She is the CMO of Color Genomics. She mostly shares articles related to investment and marketing.
- Kevin Rose: He is one of the popular tech investors. Also, an advisor to Google Ventures. — 5 tech predictions for 2016.
- Kristyna Z.: She is great at listings and she is the writer of one of the popular stories in Medium. — The 37 Best Websites To Learn Something New
- Loic Le Meur: He is the co-founder of LeWeb. Also, he is one of the investors of LinkedIn, Lending Club, Evernote and many other startups. — 10 Lessons from Product Hunt’s Success
- megan quinn: She is one of the general partners at Spark. And also an investment partner at Kleiner Perkins.
- Micah Baldwin: He usually shares his life stories. He is the supporting founders of Amazon Web Services Startups. — The only guide to seed fundraising you will ever need.Ever. Seriously
- Mitchell Harper: He is the co-founder of Bigcommerce. He has a huge knowledge related to startups. — How to become a millionaire — understanding time/capital leverage.
- Nathan Kontny: He is the CEO of Highrise. He is also the contributor of Signal V. Noise. — “Now that I’ve created something, how do I spread it?”
- Product Hunt: They share great stories related to startups, venture capitals and founders. They also share the popular questions of their Q&A’s. — The Best Startup Advice You’ll Ever Receive
- Robert Scoble: He is a futurist at Rackspace Hosting and you should follow him to learn what is waiting us. — Don’t worry Uber/Lyft drivers: self-driving cars won’t take your job at least for a decade
- Ryan Hoover: He is the founder of Product Hunt. Mostly shares updates related to Product Hunt. — New haircut, Product Hunt?
- Sarah Guo: Investor at Greylock Ventures. She shares articles related to the conversational economy.
- Sarah Tavel: Partner at Greylock Ventures. One of her most recommended stories is — Investing in “drugs”
- Thomas Oppong: He is the founder of Alltopstartups and contributor to Entrepreneur. He is good at listings too. — 18 Signs You Are Killing Your Creativity
- Tomas Laurinavicius: He is the founder of Despreneur, a blog for designers and entrepreneurs. He likes to travel while he is doing new projects. — Unconventional Podcasts For Designers And Creative Entrepreneurs
Thanks For Reading!
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ps: I try to add the ones who write actively.
pps: I will update the list with your recommendations. Don’t forget to share yours from the comments section. Lastly updated: 09.07.2016
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