William Shakespeare once said, ““Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” You may have read it or heard it before. But its actual implication and real meaning revealed to those . . .
Imagine walking down a street in Paris, wearing a pair of glasses that cost around the same as your average pair and getting the translation of any sign board into your language with a simple glance.
Running a startup and surviving the cut-throat competition is an achievement. There are many things that need attention like finances, managing the product, building relationships with clients, and more.
Don’t worry about failure you only have to be right once.” – Drew Houston co-founder of Dropbox. Everybody wants to be their own boss and succeed but success is not something that comes without hard work.
Anyone who has started a company has his own rules and guidelines, so I thought I would add to the memo with my own. My “rules” below aren’t just for those founding companies, . . .
There’s more to successful fundraising than most founders see on the surface. What vital factors should startups be alert to in order to raise the maximum amount of funding, . . .
What is the difference between an entrepreneur and you? Doesn’t it seem like they have all the answers to all the problems that is why they are where they are? But, that’s not really the case.