Posts tagged startup lessons
5 Things Startups Can Learn from the United States Presidential Debates

Unless you’re living under a rock, or perhaps you purposely put yourself under that rock, you’ve seen coverage of the U.S. presidential debates. No matter which side you’re on, there is a lot we can all learn from watching these candidates go head-to-head. And even if you’re so sick and tired of hearing the words “Trump” and “Clinton”, there are still takeaway lessons that can be applied to startups.

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3 Common Pitching Mistakes Your Startup is Making

Many startups are becoming increasingly bloated throughout their lifecycles, constantly launching new features and services to remain competitive. But as this happens, it becomes increasingly difficult to explain the core concept of a business in a simple manner. As a new company, you must be able to explain your ideas effectively to others however more often than not, this can be a challenge.

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5 Things Startups Can Learn From Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Most articles that give startup advice reflect on great work from mostly male historical figures and entrepreneurs, and what’s lacking right now is the world of advice from strong female figures. So following the historical moment happening in the US right now, let’s reflect on 5 things startups can learn from female suffragist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

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5 Reason Why Global Startups Fail

Now that we have become more connected, it’s common that a startup may not exactly have a home base: One founder could be in South America while the other lives in Europe and the product targets the US. There are a vast number of benefits to having a global team - and a global idea - but staying in the startup game can be even harder from outside of the US. Here are 5 reasons why global startups become part of that 90%.

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