I'm a developer, who has been working solo on a startup for close to 12 months. The tech side is coming along well, but I'm acutely lacking in my business accumen, and sales skills. Here's some key ...
Imagine the following scenario: 1 founder and self proclaimed CEO , created an idea for a new website internet services, and started developing it. The core of the system is done, he decides that one ...
My guess is as in most cases existing relationships and/or validated relevant past experiences are a great start, but wondering on a ad-hoc basis what the best way to evaluate startup co-founders ...
[Disclaimer: This question was also posted on Hacker News] Howdy, Just 6 weeks ago my co-founder and I began working on our startup full time. We want to accelerate development and have talked to a ...
Warren Buffet says, "Hire people based on Passion,Intelligence and Integrity." People's passion is visible in the first meeting, and intelligence comes out in a couple of hours in a discussion, but ...
Inspired by this question, I want to know if people think a small startup (3-5 people) actually needs someone with an MBA. Especially if the group has reasonably diverse skills and isn't going the ...
I've read a lot of questions asking about how an MBA can find a technical person to implement their idea, but I haven't seen the other direction. As a technical person, I know that I can get my idea ...