Entrepreneur & Advisor, Co-Founder of FieldLevel, Inc.
Kai Sato is the co-founder of
FieldLevel, a private social network for coaches to recruit athletic talent. He also blogs about the intersection of sports and entrepreneurship for The Huffington Post and works with nonprofits in Los Angeles.
Investors are like foxes looking for their next meal. And guess what? You, the entrepreneur, are the rabbit running for your life.
Take a page out of the Facebook and GoPro playbook by allowing clients to showcase themselves for all the world to see.
Worth of mouth is powerful, but only if your contact can actually deliver a strong connection.
The world, and your industry, are bigger than your address book. Conferences are a chance to learn more and maybe get the break you're ready for.
Whether it's co-founders, family or friends, you need people to challenge you and help you make your company better.
It's a fact that the journey for entrepreneurs is full of unknowns. And while many founders are encouraged to pave their own innovative path, there are a few scenarios when seeking advice is a must.
In the publicity game, you'll want to cover all of your bases -- even the ones right under your nose.
South by Southwest took a bold step in expanding its brand by launching SXSW V2V for the startup community. Is this just the beginning?
Entrepreneur Kai Sato reports from the scene of South by Southwest's new startup-focused event, SXSW V2V.
To know where you're going, it often helps to know where you've been. Here's how to measure your startup's performance.
Starting a Business
For young entrepreneurs, a helping hand can go a long way. Just make sure you're aware of what's expected of you in return.
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