Change. It can be awkward. Uncomfortable. Terrifying even. But in the end it’s the only constant in life. It’s always around the corner.
Startup accelerator. It remains an enigma. So, what’s the lowdown on this latest player to enter the “entrepreneurial ecosystem”?
Hiring. It’s one of the major issues every founder faces on the road to scaling up. Who should you hire? How many people? When should you hire them?
How often do you laugh at work? If the answer is “not a lot”, then it’s time to fix that and make your office a happy workplace.
Back to school. It’s a phrase which tends to send shivers down spines and cause hearts to sink. And that’s just the kids of the world. But what if we just change our minds about it? And see it as a massive personal growth opportunity. Why back to school is cool, and good for personal growth … Continue reading Why back to school is cool, and good for personal growth
It’s time to go lean and get ready to exit, stage left. By going lean, I mean Lean Methodology, of course. This little piece of wonder, which applies just about everywhere in your process.
Welcome back. If you’re just joining now, then get yourself up to date by checking out my previous two posts. The starting point and Grow and Scale. A story about entrepreneurship (3/4): Build your brand was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by Panagiotis Sarantopoulos
How many work hours should a startupper work? And just to clarify, I mean both founders and employees. The best answer to this question is in fact a question. Not enough work hours in the day? was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by Graham Wood
So you have a product. And you want it to grow and scale. Maybe its a great one. If all goes well with your launch, it will soon become a business. Now, here are three vital questions you need to ask yourself.
What is Entrepreneurship? The bare bones view is as follows: Entrepreneurship (noun) “The activity of setting up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit.” – Oxford Dictionary A story about entrepreneurship (1/4): The starting point was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by Panagiotis Sarantopoulos