Okolie Jesse CE0 @ Kneeporty Inc

April 29th, 2017

Yes , it is truly possible at the feet of giants are where underlying success abound... You do not really have to be first to market facebook has... More

Kim Albee Marketing Automation & Content Marketing Strategist

April 29th, 2017

Here are some ideas: Read the book "Launch" by Jeff Walker. Do you have an email list? If not, you can set up an "Attractor" funnel (targeted to... More

Oritsemisan Ashon Strategist, Serial & Social Entrepreneur, Thinker ... A believer in limitless possibilities

April 29th, 2017

Hello Karen, You need to go back to the drawing board. You measure success by set goals. If you are running out of cash at this stage then something... More

Sabriya Tasneem Founder & CEO

April 29th, 2017

In my opinion, had I been in your position, I would not hire a cofounder/cto because I would not know how it'd turn out with that person in future,... More

Rey Tamayo Driven to Innovate, Enthusiastic to Help Others

April 29th, 2017

Most of todsy's top tier texh companies worth fee exceptions were not the early birds that got the worm but the second mouse that got the cheese.... More
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Sudeep Bhatnagar I develop apps, talk apps, live apps.

April 28th, 2017

Well, I own this App Development Company called Agicent and following are some not-so-good stories, but its fine being part of business we are in:- Customer... More

Aleksey Malyshev Software Engineer at iTouch Biometrics, LLC

April 28th, 2017

Personally I find their service inconvenient. I.e., it does not allow for having a discussion, you cannot customize your news feed, etc. Previously... More

James Corbishley Inventor, Startup

April 28th, 2017

Both Google and Facebook seem to be entrenched, they have massive resources which means very few companies can compete. Maybe if it is better to be... More

Anonymous

April 28th, 2017

Delaware is more restrictive to diverge from the LOI than California (note that virtually all startups are recommended to incorporate in Delaware... More

Urs Rothmayr Director Int. Biz Dev. TROVEL, Director Founder Institute BCN + AND, Start-up Expert, Investor & Advisor

April 28th, 2017

One of the best books you can read is "The Start-Up J Curve: The Six Steps to Entrepreneurial Success" from Howard Love: http://www.howardlove.com/ More

Angela Leaney Founder, The Bespoke CMO. Advisory Board Member & Advisor

April 28th, 2017

If he can add value early on that will help your company thrive later, then his expertise is worth something and you'll get what you pay for. BUT... More

Gretel Dixon, MBA Enterprise Adviser @ Newcastle University

April 28th, 2017

I'm trying to figure out what skills do first-time founders need after they launch. A lot of our work goes onto developing skills in founders so that... More

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Cyndi Moyo Research Engineer at AIT, Lead at Lean In Vienna

April 28th, 2017

I am currently working setting up my first major startup. I have a pretty good engineering background, however I do value input how to build your... More

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Aziz Libourki Community Manager at Kenzi Menara Palace Hotel

April 28th, 2017

Is hard to for a new social media platform to compete against Facebook, is like Apple company being dominant for many years & Facebook are keep... More

Stephen Findley Helping tech startups succeed by pairing them with awesome developers

Last updated on April 28th, 2017

Hi Ayan, a good question and one I have faced before. In consulting with tech startups and fintech firms I see this dilemma come up quite a bit. There... More

Gurvinder singh QA || QC || Automation || Agile || Scrum

April 27th, 2017

I was thinking about Facebook recently and some of the social networks that came before it, such as Friendster and MySpace. When Facebook launched... More

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Jonathan C. Dunsmoor Founder of Law Office of Jonathan C. Dunsmoor

April 27th, 2017

It is generally not helpful for the company to have a "down round" because it, in theory, means things are not as growing as fast as they should be... More

Wally Barr Business Owner at Undrnu Management

April 27th, 2017

Big organizations have drawbacks. They may be real or even perceived. While they do a fantastic job hitting a large percent of a market they do not... More

Deepakshi Khanna UAT Tester- Koodo

April 27th, 2017

I read recently that something like ⅕ of all pre IPO, non-PE venture capital/debt financing goes to unicorn companies. My company has solid... More

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Mark Morgan

April 27th, 2017

Sure. Anything is fucking possible provided you do ANYTHING !