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.
Elon Musk (@elonmusk) – If you are bored and have run out of startup ideas, Elon will give you as many as you want.
Paul Graham (@paulg) – The Founder of Y Combinator tweets about every interesting startup he comes across.
Sam Altman (@sama) – He takes care of Y Combinator now. His tweets on startup gyaan come usually in the form of one-liners.
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.
Om Malik (@om) – The blogger-cum-technology writer is the founder of the well-known GigaOM blog. His tweets are newsy and informative.
Dave McClure (@davemcclure) – The founder of the Accelerator 500 Startups prefers to tweet about startup news.
Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) – This serial entrepreneur and partner at Andreessen Horowitz loves giving insights on twitter. His tweets are filled with charts and stats.
Aaron Levie (@levie) – The founder of Box usually tweets about technology and geeky stuff like software updates, UI/UX etc.
Brad Feld (@bfeld) – He is a Colorado-based VC at Foundry Group. He tweets about anything to do with technology.
Jack Dorsey (@jack) – Co-founder of Twitter and Square, Jack tweets about startups, San Francisco, and other fun events in the Valley.
Mark Cuban (@mcuban) – He is a serial entrepreneur, owns the NBA Dallas Mavericks basketball team, and is well-known for his “shark investor” role in the popular TV series Shark Tank. His tweets are not just startup-related, but also have a dose of sports.
Paul Singh (@paulsingh) – This founder and angel investor tweets about an array of topics including startups, politics, and innovation.
Anil Dash (@anildash) – The founder of ThinkUp and Activate, both social media/analytics startups, goes for light and funny tweets.
Vivek Wadhwa (@wadhwa) – He was an entrepreneur but now lectures at universities across the USA. He loves innovations and tweets about the ones that interest him.
Vinod Khosla (@vkhosla) – He is the founder of Khosla Labs, which incubates high quality futuristic startups. He voices his opinions candidly.
Hiten Shah (@hnshah) – This California-based serial entrepreneur’s tweets are fun and multimedia rich. He is always available for a tweet chat.
Mukund Mohan (@mukund) – He runs the show for Microsoft Ventures. Based in Seattle, he is a great source of startup knowledge.
Zishaan Hayath(@zishaan) – The Founder of Toppr.com, also runs the Mumbai-based investment fund Powai Lake Ventures. He knows everyone in the ecosystem and is an amazing person to follow.
Rajan Anandan (@rajananandan) – The managing director of Google India, is an independent investor too. His tweets are interesting startup-related articles from across various media platforms.
Naval Ravikant (@naval) – He is the founder of AngelList. And can keep you abreast of startup funding across his platform (which is extensive!).
Anand Lunia (@anandlunia) – He takes care of the fund India Quotient, and believes in the empowerment of entrepreneurs. He mainly retweets cool ecosystem facts.
Rehan Yar Khan (@rehanyarkhan) – The managing partner of Orios Venture tweets about interesting startup stuff.
Vijay Anand (@vijayanands) – He runs The Startup Center in Chennai. 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. Also, read our previous article here on a few other Indian Startup Heroes you must follow. If you think we’ve missed any important startup influencers, nominate your suggestions in the comments section below.