5 Scaling Errors Entrepreneurs Should Avoid
While a strong drive to succeed is exactly what an entrepreneur needs, it can also be your downfall if you fail to recognize the problems that this mindset can lead to. Here are five reasons why scaling too fast can be a huge mistake.
Why Staying Grounded as a Founder is More Important Than Raising Capital
As a social impact startup, scaling our startup is rooted in our values and not in how much we raise.
How to Use Automation (and Avoid the Pitfalls) as an Entrepreneur
To use automation effectively, you need to first understand its strengths and weaknesses and then build a strategy around them.
How to Make Your Product More Accessible to Customers
You may be unintentionally leaving out a segment of potential customers if your product isn't created or promoted in an accessible way.
How does Licensing differ from Brand Extension & Franchising?
These 3 are as different as day and night
Tackling the Scalability Challenge
A business can only be scalable if it can keep up with the pace the market demands, but is it easy as it sounds?
4 Difficult Steps on the Journey from 'Zero to One'
Sometimes, you have to kill your favorite idea.
5 Reasons to Invest in the Online Poker Gaming Industry
Rising smartphone users created a stable marketplace for the mobile gaming sector, as users are constantly on the lookout for new forms of entertainment
Why Collaborating With a Startup Studio Can Result in a Scalable Business Impact
A startup studio can increase the chances of launching and sustaining a successful business by significantly minimizing the risk of failure
Why Indian Start-up Ecosystem Suffers from Extrapolated Market Depth
Growth and consequently capital for start-ups to come is an inherent function of the depth of the overall market or ecosystem.
Scalability Secrets From One of America's Fastest-Growing Software Startups
Gil Dudkiewicz of StartApp weighs in on how he scaled his company up to $37.2 million revenue in just a few years.
Competency Comes First, When it Comes to Innovation
Any important capability should not be easy to copy, should be product and market agnostic, and should be valued by the customer
Actually, You Don't Want to Be the Next Uber or Snapchat
It's fine to dream big, but if your goal isn't profitability your company probably won't last.