Tag: Startup

12 months ago

Startup Founders Salaries: Why Less Is More #infographic

It’s no surprise many entrepreneurs dream of becoming millionaires. After all, the startups we always hear about are the wildly successful ones. Mark Zuckerberg is now one of the top 20 richest people in the world after starting Facebook in his college dorm room, and Jeff Bezos is worth billions after starting Amazon out of his garage. But most...

1 year ago

Why Startups Fail #Infographic

This cool infographic by Technorian.com highlights 56 reasons that can result in demise of a startup. Those are complemented well by 45 experts from around the world with their words of wisdom. Hopefully, you can learn many things from it about how to move ahead rightly with your startup. Here are the most common business...

1 year ago

How to Get the Most Value Out of Your First Product

Many founders begin with an idea for an offering they think people want, often spending months, or even years, developing a product or service without showing it to users or customers. When their offering fails in the market, it happens because the startups never spoke with customers to determine if their product was needed. The…

1 year ago

72 Startups Disrupting Retail

Transforming bricks-and-mortar shopping is a high-stakes endeavor for retailers given Americans still do over 90% of our shopping in physical stores. In fact, one of the latest trends in retail is the launch of physical stores by online e-commerce companies, including Amazon, Warby Parker, and Birchbox. Dozens of startups have taken on the challenge of helping retailers…

2 years ago

The Metric That Matters For Startups In 2016

2015 is the end of an era, the era of startup growth at any cost. In 2016, the question that will immediately follow, “What is your annual growth rate?” will be “What are your unit economics?” This change in investor mentality is catalyzed by the increasing cost of startup capital. Starting in 2014, and perhaps…

2 years ago

3 must-ask behavioural based interview questions

Behavioral-based interviewing is a method that allows hiring authorities to probe for information that is directly relevant to the capabilities required in the role to be filled. The interviewee is asked about specific duties or behaviors from the past that might be indicative of how they will perform in the future. The reason behavioral based…