This blog has been a abandoned for a while because of my engagements with coworking and startups with different organizations. I still publish blog-posts in these blogs: Coworking Handbook: I’ve been more active in the creation of pages full of resources for coworking spaces. Betacowork Coworking Brussels: My coworking space full of starters & freelancers. […]Read more "Where to Find My Blogposts"
Big apartment in the center of Brussels, between Grand Place, Manneken Pis, Rue Lombard, Place Saint Jean.Read more "For Rent/to Let: Apartment in the Center of Brussels, Between Grand Place and Manneken Pis"
Your popularity rank is based on who has you as a contact. See how you compare to others. Click below to check out your rank and see the emails and phone numbers people have for you. See Your Popularity Rank Who You Know is Who You Are 11 East 4th St. #2F New York, NY […]Read more "Your popularity score is in top 24%"
The Belgian tech journal DataNews has just published their yearly ranking of the 2014 top Twitter tech influencers in the country (here are the rankings for 2013, 2012, 2011 ). This year they have moved away from Klout to rank the influencers and have started using the ranking made by the Belgian startup Tribalytics, created […]Read more "Top 50 Tech Twitter Influencers in Belgium"
One of my reference blogs, LifeHacker, has launched an initiative to get more people to share how they work, a series that they have been doing for some time with known startup & Internet people. Hopefully there will be some good tips here for others like me that are continuously looking to hack their lives […]Read more "I’m Ramon Suarez, and this is how I work"
If you follow me on Twitter or any other social media account, I’m one of the founders and board members of Startups.be. It is an initiative I’ve been involved in for over a year, but only recently have we created the non profit organization. (Yes, I know it is hard to follow up on all […]Read more "Startups.be the one stop shop for Belgian startups looking for support"
Updated on June 18 2015 My friend Charlie Crouch just asked me which are my book must haves for an Internet business course he is organizing in Australia. This is my list: Information Rules. Shapiro, Varian (yes, Google’s Varian). A classic that is fully applicable now a days. The examples are old but not the […]Read more "My recommended books for Internet business"