As a startup founder or business owner, you need to steer clear of startup distractions and find the time to handle the really important tasks at hand.
Startup founders usually have both knowledge and experience to solve problems. But, are they any good at finding the right problem to solve?
Want to bring a brilliant business idea into reality? Have you managed to get yourselves some seed funding to get you started? When do you really need it?
To build a successful business you need a good idea and a good team. You also need to fuel up the engine you’re building with some good seed capital.
Some people are born leaders, some achieve leadership, and some have leadership thrust upon them. In the startup world, what’s steering the ship?
Product development is disappointingly isolated from other business operations? Shift your focus and get your startup from product to business development.
As with everything in life, there’s no secret recipe in developing a successful startup. But there are some tricks of the trade to help you get there.
Working under pressure and to tight deadlines is highly likely going to be your permanent working status, If your intention is becoming an entrepreneur.
We’ve learnt why businesses would elect to go down the path of outsourcing certain business aspects. Now, lets find out how outsourcing affects startups.
To outsource or not outsource? For us, there is no dilemma at all. A startup reacts entirely differently to outsourcing than a standard business would.