Unlike many of the web-based consumer applications out there, bringing personal finance to the web makes sense. There are also numerous revenue opportunities for them, which means some of these companies will survive.
On Friday night TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Read/WriteWeb and GigaOM cosponsored the 2007 Crunchies awards in San Francisco. It was a great event, and in case you couldn’t attend, you can catch the video here.
The line-up of finalists in categories like ‘best bootstrapped startup’, ‘Best use of viral marketing’ and ‘Best founder’ was stellar — which speaks only more highly of the winners themselves.
We’ve written about or had contributions from many of them in earlier posts, so we’re using this week’s Found|LINKS to highlight a few of the success attributes and business lessons you can take from this assembly of high-achieving startups. To say this is a knowledge-rich group is an understatement. So settle in for this crash-course from the Crunchies School of Founding. Read More about The Crunchies College: B-lessons from the winners