Startup competitions are popping up everywhere these days. The rewards are very tempting to startup companies. But, should you participate in them?
In my humble opinion, there are three primary goals for participating in startup competitions.
Working effectively and performing well under these stressful conditions, requires the right team. This post discusses the four critical attributes that all great teams have.
How can a small company win against much larger rivals? My answer is: It will need to leverage the advantages of a smaller, lighter, and fearless company.
Entrepreneurs and investors. I see it as a long-term partnership. And like any valuable relationship, it needs to be based on the right foundations.
The first step to market adoption is winning the right lead customers. This requires a good go-to-market plan.
This post presents 3 steps for reaching your target customers to proliferate your new product or idea.
When should you start your start-up? When is the right time to turn what has up till now been a side project into your main career and life focus?
This post offers some very useful tips on how to lead global teams that are dispersed across multiple sites, time-zones, and cultures.
This post discusses the purpose and value of a business plan and the key questions that should be addressed in the plan.
Business plan lessons learned. This post discusses the purpose and value of a business plan, and the key questions that should be addressed in the plan.