Kevin O’Connor became an entrepreneur because of two people: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. The investor and co-founder of DoubleClick and several other companies says he always had an inventive nature, but his dream was to get his PhD and then work for Bell Lab
One of the hardest decisions you have to make, as an entrepreneur, is deciding when to give up on your current struggling project. It’s made especially difficult because you always seem to have an exciting new idea rattling in the back of your head.
Case studies are a great way to tell the world how valuable your products or services are. They go beyond simple testimonials by showing real-life examples of how you were able to satisfy your customer’s needs and help them accomplish their goals. With great case studies, you will be able to highlight your successes in a way that will make your ideal potential customer become your customer. The following are some tips on how to make your case studies a powerful asset in soliciting business.
I’ve noticed that lately I’m treating startups much more critically. Today I chewed into an entrepreneur who was pitching me [...]
My first year of entrepreneurship was spectacular and melodramatic. It was unlike anything else I have done in my life or my career. I made something awesome. Not everyone can say that.
Beautiful Savings was the first business I’ve ever started. I wanted to take a minute and write about the experience of bootstrapping your own startup. Some things I did well, and many things I did poorly.
I was recently asked to spend some time with an early stage startup that has a revolutionary new product. I asked them if they thought they were making their product better. As with every other startup I’ve asked, they said yes.
It started out as a simple task: turn my great idea for an iPhone app into an iPhone app. I wanted to see what the process involved, with the ultimate goal of creating a tangible end-product.
In this blog post Sparkbuy founder Dan Shapiro shares why he decided to sell his startup to Google, since he says selling a company can be a very lonely decision.
It’s a great feeling to be able to say that my startup has been in business for 1 year. We launched PE-Nexus on July 7, 2010. It took a lot of hard work, dedication, planning and agility to get to what we are today – a well known M&A platform and professional network.