A great elevator pitch is a must-have in any entrepreneur’s toolbox. It’s extremely useful in both impromptu and planned encounters with investors, customers, and partners. Therefore, it’s critical that you learn how to create an effective elevator pitch for your startup, and for yourself. The purpose of an elevator pitch is to answer the basic […]
Helpers vs. Advisers
We can all use good advice. And we all need help. There are advisers and then there are helpers. And it’s important to distinguish those that can offer us good advice from those who can actually help us (helpers vs. advisers). This applies in every aspect of our lives. In particular, in entrepreneurship. I’m a […]
The 4 Why’s of the Investors Pitch
A great investors pitch is based on a story that captivates their imagination and moves them to take part in your endeavor.
4 Lessons Learned from a New Startup Accelerator
4 key lessons learned from a four year experience of launching, and developing a new, first of its kind, startup accelerator.
How to Increase your Startup’s Chances to Raise Money
How to increase your startup’s chances to raise money. Some valuable tips on how to increase your startup’s chances to raise money from investors.
The Foundations of a Great Start-up
This post discusses the foundations of a great start-up company. It lists the most critical elements of a great founding team and a successful start-up.
Fighting for Independence
People with disabilities are not independent. Assistive technology has the power to make many of them more independent in their lives. And as a result, enable them to participate fully in all aspects of life. Therefore, we need more entrepreneurs who aspire to develop technologies and solutions that can give independence to people with disabilities.
The Right Budget for Startups
This post provides useful advice and guidelines for entrepreneurs on how to plan and prepare the right budget for their startup.
Beware of the Trojan Horse Investor
Beware of the Trojan horse investor who’s purpose is to take over the company and lead it in a direction that suits his own interests.
C is for Company Culture
Your company culture is as important as your IP, and technology. It’s the personality of your company. And it also has a significant impact on its performance.