When you’re setting out into the world of business, some widely accepted wisdom states that you need a business partner. After all, starting a company is tough, and you need all the help you can get, right?
However, that’s not really true…
Having a co-founder helps in many ways, but you also have the option of doing it alone.
Creative destruction feels like an oxymoron… However, it’s a method companies have used for years, combining ideas of innovation with disruption to build something new. We’re going to take a look at creative destruction, how it operates in practice, and how you can implement it in your business.
You have found a few potential investors: they’ve told you they will invest but subject to Due Diligence. What can you expect from this process?
This tune is not just fun to listen too – it also contains an inspirational message for any entrepreneur. But how does a song about overcoming all odds link to the start-up world?
Even today, not everybody seems confident that agreements and contracts could be signed digitally.
Do you have multiple interests, passions and wide-ranging abilities? If so, you could be a multipotentialite.
WHEN AN INVESTOR SHOULD SIGN ONE?
If you think you have a special idea and you are scared somebody could steal it from you, think again… Many people have the same ideas at the same time, but the difference is all in the execution!
WHY COMES FIRST BUT DON’T FORGET HOW!
Everything starts with “why”, we can probably all agree on that.
WE ARE MAKERS, MARKETERS AND MANAGERS
We believe that in order to deliver amazing results a company must excel at 3 things