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Internet Entrepreneur: Evan Spiegel & Bobby Murphy | Snapchat

February 14, 2016|By Financial Saviour

Approaching five years since its release, photo and video messaging application SnapChat has come a long way since the early days when the idea of non permanent images was balked at.

Founded by Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy while studying at Stanford University, the application started as a project for one of Evan Spiegel’s classes and was originally called Picaboo.

Fast forward to 2016…

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5 New Year resolutions for entrepreneurs

January 11, 2016|By Financial Saviour

The thought of New Year resolutions tends to hit most people once all the excitement of Christmas has passed and the idea of making a positive change for the impending New Year becomes prominent.

Give up something, do more of something, New Year’s resolutions are notoriously difficult to think up and then attempt to persist with…

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Internet Entrepreneur: Daniel Ek

November 17, 2015|By Financial Saviour

Approaching a decade in existence, music streaming service Spotify has evolved into a global brand across five continents, and it was all started by Swedish Internet entrepreneur Daniel Ek.

Ek was born in Stockholm in 1983 and spent much of his teenage years creating websites for businesses and running a hosting service both from his home.

Looking back, it was certainly an early…

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Internet Entrepreneur: Mark Zuckerberg

October 20, 2015|By Financial Saviour

In late-2003, Internet entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg changed the face of social media forever, and it all started in his University dorm room at Harvard…

Even in the flourishing Internet age of today, there is nothing better at keeping us all connected than Facebook. If you don’t have an account, then you’ll know someone who does; it has simply become that…

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