For every 100 good candidates, there might be only a few in the right personal, financial, legal and emotional state to consider joining a startup.
Alan Jones continues to run, even though he is terribly slow, because spending time doing things we’re bad at is kind of the point of, well, life.
“The most common mistake I see in new tech startups is when a team believes that success is mainly about building a great technology product.”
It’s generally very difficult to raise investment for a startup with no customers and no revenue. However, there are at least three ways to go.
Are you ready to partner up with a technical co-founder? Here are some things to consider first, and some tips for finding your diamond in the rough.
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If you want to be a successful angel investor, only invest in startups which:
Are solving problems you understand;
For customers you c…
Most founders are surprised or think I’m confused when I describe their startup as a marketplace.
They are used to …