Missed Expectations and The Eighty Percent Acquisition Rule

Berkonomics

As with the fifty percent rule discussed last week (fifty percent of startups fail within two years), this rule is hard to find an author willing to be quoted as the source.

Missed Expectations and The Eighty Percent Acquisition Rule

Berkonomics

As with the fifty percent rule discussed last week (fifty percent of startups fail within two years), this rule is hard to find an author willing to be quoted as the source.

7 Startup Lessons from NBA Finals

Tech Zulu Event

Just like in a startup team, a CEO should be aware of all the roles his co-founders or employees fulfill and predict how they perform in certain situations. There will be similar startups doing exactly the same thing and some may have more capital at hand.

Coach 99

You Can’t Teach People To Be Entrepreneurs, But Entrepreneurs Can Be Taught

InfoChachkie

As such, I work hard to understand their expectations and I strive to live up to them. Although they were all accomplished researchers in their respective areas study, their lectures were theoretical and academic. Follow my startup-oriented Twitter feed here: @johngreathouse.

10 Reasons To Start A Company In An Economic Downturn

InfoChachkie

There has recently been a common theme among the entrepreneurs I have interviewed and the conferences I have attended: despite the relatively weak state of the world economy, now is a great time to create a high-tech startup. If there was ever a time to start a company, this is it.”.

At The Pool Pivots to Mobile Only & Ditches Common Interests to Proximity

Tech Zulu Event

Smart matching offline connections startup, At The Pool , has today launched a mobile app that is set to reinvent the way people connect and interact. Apps & Software Entrepreneurship iPhone Marketing Startups Alex Capecelatro application At The Pool Geo-Location iOS Location Mobile

Observations on Women in Business Gained from Conferences, Books, Interviews and More

Tech Zulu Event

Many started out in a completely unrelated field and fell into their current profession where they discovered a passion, skill and expertise they developed over time, becoming more successful as they grew in knowledge and experience.