There are a tremendous amount of “time-saving” options available to the entrepreneur. Sometimes, they are; Sometimes they are not; and sometimes, the old ways of doing things can be more efficient.
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How to Build a Winning Team
How to Create a Strategy, Vision and Mission
How to Create an Advisory Board
How to Get Funding
How to Improve Your Company
How to Improve Your Pitch
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You are going to fail! This is the dirty little truth about being an entrepreneur.
I ask myself this question a lot. I think I could make an app for everything. But after three apps, I’ve learned a process that helps me determine if I should build an app or not.
Entrepreneurs tend to be arrogant. This sounds rather like a criticism, but it’s more a statement of fact and a caution.
Incubators & Accelerators vary widely making it difficult for the potential client to understand the differences between the two. Because of the applied variations related to the attributes within each, the differences are even somewhat difficult to explain.
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?
A big company bench can allow you to scale rapidly, but excess payroll costs can also drag you down…fast. On the other hand, you can’t be too timid or slow, the market waits for no person. So how do you handle this dilemma?
How do you appeal to one of the largest generations in history? To market to a millennial, you should start thinking like one. (PSL not included.)
There are two key factors to consider in order to be great startup advice from outside experts: Pick the right team, and always know what you want before you ask.