These 23 tweeters will keep you plugged into the startup ecosystem. Follow ‘em now!

These 23 tweeters will keep you plugged into the startup ecosystem. Follow ‘em now!

This post might help you get a bit of a head start. Paul Graham (@paulg) – The Founder of Y Combinator tweets about every interesting startup he comes across. His tweets are funny, sarcastic, and yet informative. Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) – This serial entrepreneur and partner at Andreessen Horowitz loves giving insights on twitter. He loves innovations and tweets about the ones that interest him. He knows everyone in the ecosystem and is an amazing person to follow. His tweets are interesting startup-related articles from across various media platforms. Anand Lunia (@anandlunia) – He takes care of the fund India Quotient, and believes in the empowerment of entrepreneurs. If you want brutal honesty, he can keep you posted about the controversies in the ecosystem. Don’t forget to follow us on @YourStoryCo for startups news and updates.

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If you are a newbie startup geek, you might not know where to go to fulfill your thirst for startup updates. This post might help you get a bit of a head start. So go ahead, login to your Twitter account and start following the suggested tweeters to stay inspired.

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  1. Elon Musk (@elonmusk) – If you are bored and have run out of startup ideas, Elon will give you as many as you want.
  2. Paul Graham (@paulg) – The Founder of Y Combinator tweets about every interesting startup he comes across.
  3. Sam Altman (@sama) – He takes care of Y Combinator now. His tweets on startup gyaan come usually in the form of one-liners.
  4. Marc Andreessen (@pmarca) – Former entrepreneur and co-founder of the Internet browser Netscape, Marc heads a fund called Andreessen Horowitz. His tweets are funny, sarcastic, and yet informative.
  5. Om Malik (@om) – The blogger-cum-technology writer is the founder of the well-known GigaOM blog. His tweets are newsy and informative.
  6. Dave McClure (@davemcclure) – The founder of the Accelerator 500 Startups prefers to tweet about startup news.
  7. Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) – This serial entrepreneur and partner at Andreessen Horowitz loves giving insights on twitter. His tweets are filled with charts and stats.
  8. Aaron Levie (@levie) – The founder of Box usually tweets about technology and geeky stuff like software updates, UI/UX etc.
  9. Brad Feld (@bfeld) – He is a Colorado-based VC at Foundry Group. He tweets about anything to do with technology.
  10. Jack Dorsey (@jack) – Co-founder of Twitter…

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