Mission statements are very simple, which makes them exceptionally hard to formulate. There are five components to a good company mission statement.
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Many people think they have what it takes to be an entrepreneur. What they don’t realize is that they are actually a Wantrepreneur – an individual who continuously ponders, desires or wants to start a business, acts as if they are an entrepreneur but fails to take the steps necessary to establish and operate a business.
The following is a list of six items you should consider addressing when launching and funding a startup:
Advisory board members can provide significant leverage to grow and scale, so it’s important to choose the right people. Here’s how to assess potential candidates for your startup venture.
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.
Objects in the physical world don’t move of their own accord, nor do they in economics. An important piece of business advice from professionals? Everything follows Newton’s 3 Core Laws.
Unfortunately, startup debt can arise from numerous sources, each potentially lethal. Many forms of debt are obvious, others are not, and it’s those that are not which place the entrepreneur in the most risk of impacting their funding potential.
Successful business owners understand the importance of cost-effectiveness. However, early stage companies shouldn’t cut corners on these three core elements.
Do you have an investor friendly executive summary? What does that mean for your business? Here’s a guide to avoid the purgatory of being non-fundable to startup investors.
There are infinite ways for startups to fail. While some factors may be out of your hands, entrepreneurs do have control over the success of the startup. Are you unknowingly on your way to kill your company?