An Involved CEO is a Learning CEO

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 12, 2014

  What does that mean, “a learning CEO?” It is exactly what it sounds like: a Learning CEO is a CEO who is not only open to the idea of learning new information and skills but actively seeks them out. Brad Feld talks more about this on LinkedIn. When you look at the organizational pyramid of a company, it’s easy to think of the CEO as the King…

Bootstrapping: Accumulating Wealth Instead of Winning it Like a Lottery

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / May 30, 2011

We’ve all heard “cash is king” for businesses, but is this really true? If you are an entrepreneur, you understand how delicate startups are. They are growing entities that should be handled with extreme caution and care. The obvious goal of this growth is to work towards profitability, but caution, growth is something you shouldn’t rush. Startups can learn so much more about their core business by pulling…

Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make While Financing Your Startup

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / April 26, 2011

  Many businesses have amazing ideas, but can’t seem to sell themselves to investors.  Investors may hear a hundred pitches or more in a given week and may choose one of them.  The entrepreneurs who are most likely to get funded know what investors are looking for and cater to their expectations. Here are a few things you need to do to stand out to an investor and…

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