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Did Draw Something by Omgpop really cost $140,000?

By Arturo Sheimberg and Andres Garzon
Tue, July 3, 2012

Picture this - Your startup has been around for 6 years, has gone through almost all of the $16.6 million raised from investors, and after multiple flops and around $1,700 in the bank, is on track to close up shop. Throw in the towel? Not if you’re Omgpop. Instead, they developed the wildly successful Draw Something. 

Hangouts, The Next Crowdsourcing Space for Startups

By Andres Garzon
Wed, May 16, 2012

Working in a startup means resources are scarce and creativity is abundant.  It means managers have to find ways to achieve goals without a budget.  It means freedom instead of complex processes and approvals. So... with such great communication tools these days, crowdsourcing is definitely a great way to be creative, spend little cash and try new things with little risk.

The Correct Price for $1-Billion-Instagram is $175,500

By Andres Garzon
April 23 New York

Instagram was sold to Facebook for one billion dollars and everyone is wondering how on earth that happened. Is it that expensive to develop an app like that? After crunching some numbers, let's see if a well thought out quote remotely matches the one billion dollars paid and if there are more ingredients in the price.

Submitting your quote shouldn't feel like a squeeze play

It's mid-April, and this is the season for allergies, taxes, and patio lunches. Spring-cleaning is underway and ballparks are once again infused with the smell of hot dogs and beer. Although this may only be happening in the Northern Hemisphere and our neck of the woods, we can all learn a thing or two about project management and quoting from these yearly rituals.

How are these related? I'm glad you asked!

New Features Multi-Currency and AutoSave are finally here!

Hello Pricetaggers,

We are happy to announce two exciting new features you'll find next time you log in - AutoSave throughout the 4-steps process, and Multi-Currency capability!

President of Israel Shimon Peres Loves Pricetag

By Arturo Sheimberg
March 7th and 8th, 2012
Launch Festival, San Francisco Design Center Exhibition Hall

Before boarding our flights to San Francisco we knew attending the annual Launch Festival was essential to Pricetag’s growth, so we understandably had high hopes for this trip. Just 72 hours later, after speaking with the President of Israel and pitching to remarkable people, such as Thomas Korte of AngelPad, and Don Dodge of Google, we found ourselves exhausted and elated as the trip far exceeded our expectations.

Here’s how it all went down…

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