Top Startup Mistakes & Business Lessons Shared By Successful Founders
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Alon Rajic Founder of Finofin: Technology Driven Financial Content
"A startup should be very dynamic in order to succeed. Yesterday’s assumptions often get thrown out the window, when today’s data arrive."
Meet Falk Goosens of SecSign Technologies: Two Factor Authentication Provider
"I think the top three skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur are: listening to your customers, focus, and determination."
William Yin Founder of ScentTrunk: Variety of Fragrances, Curated to Your Tastes
"I think a lot of entrepreneurs like to raise money because of the glory (I did too). It’s a mistake, though."
Erik Chan CEO of RocketClub: Earn Shares Trying Cool Products
"Talk is cheap. I just get started. The easiest way to bring an idea to life is to pull up a notepad."
Meet Nicholas Hopper Founder of Crozdesk: The Web App Finder
"A lot of people think that the build it and they will come approach works. There are a select few companies that make it over-night – you should always have a backup plan at hand."
Kathleen Jennings of BeautyNow: Instantly Book Beauty Appointments
"You need to be confident in your abilities and never give up. It’s all about the hustle" - Kathleen Jennings
Meet the Founders of QuadJobs: Connecting Students with Local Employers
Today we meet Andra Newman, Betsy O’Reilly and Bridie Loverro founders of QuadJobs.
Cyrus Nambakhsh Co-founder of Gymnut: The Social Fitness Marketplace
First and foremost, you should be technically capable of developing your product or overseeing its development.
Tom Morkes of Insurgent Publishing: 3 Startup Mistakes and Lessons Learned
Scale is irrelevant if you don't have something worth selling. Focus on building something people will pay for first, scale later.
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