Irvine, CA, April 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- "Hacking the Valley," First Edition by Andrew Medal highlights the major trends, prominent people and most disruptive companies from the tech sector during April 2011-2013 (http://hackingthevalley.info). Reading the book will give you an in-depth, and insider knowledge of the strategies, tips, tricks and hacks that contributed to the success of the companies and people showcased during this time. The book is planned to be released later this year before summer 2014.
In response to the positive feedback of the book written by Andrew Medal, the spike in people starting businesses and the scarcity of startup programs, The Startup Program (http://thestartupprogram) has been developed. The Startup Program is a step-by-step wizard to show anyone how to get from idea to product so that you can learn how to make money by doing what you love. In a world where everyone wants to be a business owner, The Startup Program is the solution by creating an easy way to show anyone how to start a startup.
Andrew Medal is the Founder of Digital Disruptive (http://disruptseo.com) a digital marketing company for disruptive products by disruptive experts. He coined the term bootstraphacking in 2013 and is the cofounder of a number of startups (including intangib.ly, 8BitLabs, FiSi, and The Fit Goal). In his spare time he volunteers with The Last Mile Project teaching inmates about entrepreneurship, and is self-publishing his first book, “Hacking the Valley.” He’s currently interested in: advanced digital marketing tactics, Windows Phone apps, API integrations, creative hacks to increase app downloads, content marketing hacks and design/UI/UX.