There are many ways for a startup to fail. Some factors, like regulatory changes or input cost increases, are beyond the founder’s control. However, there are three significant actions that entrepreneurs are often guilty of that can kill your company as fast as anything.
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The advice, counsel and support of an advisory board is required to accomplish substantive objectives of a scaling startup.
A critical path analysis prevents scheduling conflicts in projects with numerous activities that have complex interactions.
Investors look for the right team with a great product, knowing that the great product will never come to market if the team is not right. So the perfect entrepreneurial team needs to possess certain technical capacities, such as finance, marketing, engineering, design, and operations. However, it also needs to possess the right personalities that mesh well with one another in a startup setting.
Investors have a big picture view of the whole investment cycle. To think like an investor, you can’t follow the crowd. You’ll need expert guidance in order to frame your own investment portfolio.
To be an entrepreneur is to be challenged everyday. Often times, you will be pushed to your limits, but the payoff can be one of life’s greatest pleasures. To help you through the entrepreneurial journey, here are 10 quotes all entrepreneurs should live by.
Mission statements are very simple, which makes them exceptionally hard to formulate. There are five components to a good company mission statement.
Although I have more than 25 years of experience working with business, entrepreneurial and technical personnel, I continue to experience unfamiliar acronyms. As a result, I decided to create a quick reference list summarizing acronyms utilized in the startup and entrepreneurial community.
Successful startups typically possess leaders who are “Geeks” and leaders who are “Suits”!
Entrepreneur’s often make these simple mistakes during due diligence that cost them the ability to receive funding. Do any apply to your startup?