An estimated 93% of DJs still use printed songbooks and paper-slips for patrons. This becomes an exhaustive expense for the DJ and venue. The resulting pains are a negative experience for patrons and result in lower dwell times, less repeat patronage, and fewer dollars spent in-venue.
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Each year, top early stage companies graduating from each of the nine accelerator programs in Tennessee are nominated to participate in The TENN, the state’s Master Accelerator Program. The nominees then enter a multi-tier screening process
If I was to do it again, the only difference would be to start fundraising earlier. Researching and making the right connections with investors is time consuming and the length of time to get funded is longer than we originally anticipated.
We’re motivated on a daily basis by the immense problem we’re solving and the very personal way it affects peoples’ lives.
Our most significant learning to date has been the value of having a diverse team that is open to discussion without pre-conceived solutions upon which they have become inflexible.
If you have the curse of the entrepreneur, then you are familiar with the insatiable need to launch something – to create something and get it out there.
This is the story of my first startup, Efographic, and the lessons I learned from its failure.
My name is Tomas Diaz and I am the CEO of flexReceipts, a three year old company based in Orlando, Florida. This is my first major entrepreneurial venture. I grew up in an entrepreneurial family and have always wanted to build my own company. I am motivated by competition, a desire to succeed, and a fear of failure.
Investors are in significant agreement that a strong team with founders and key members who are willing to listen and be coached are a critical component of the successful startup. While there are numerous ways to learn and develop a foundation of intellectual capital upon which the entrepreneur can build his company, one of the most efficient ways to obtain knowledge is from the experience of others. Following are the startup stories and learnings of three entrepreneurial companies as told by some of the key leaders from within them.