Today on StartupSmart, we take a closer look at a Silicon Valley catchcry that is beginning to take hold among Australian start-ups – “pivoting.”
To its proponents, it’s an ideal way to quickly identify flaws in your business strategy and swiftly realign. To its detractors, it is simply a fancy way of dressing up flaws in the planning of a new business.
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We outline both sides of the argument, and provide some top tips on how you should go about changing your start-up’s direction, should you decide that pivoting is the best option for you.
Elsewhere, business advisor Brad Callaughan reassures a reader who is concerned that their sales income doesn’t match their capital investment and we have news from ilab, the latest Aussie start-up incubator of the rank.
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