If you’ve just embarked on a new venture, or plan to start one soon, and are pondering about what to do next or how to take your business to the next level, we’re happy to help you steer away from a path to disaster to a path to epiphany. Having studied startups—ranging from the little shop around the corner to high-tech start-ups spanning across the globe—our mission is to provide the audience with critical insights to become successful. Our findings indicate the majority of start-ups are negligent in one or more areas, which could have fatal consequences. As much as startups are about having fun, diligence is required during execution to ensure the venture stays clear of rough waters. Building a business from a brilliant idea or spark requires “flawless” performance and we’ll help ease bottlenecks during the early stages of your business. Regardless of whether you’re bootstrapping a business from your parent’s garage or operating from a high-heeled incubator, you’ll find useful tips and fixes in our business blog to deal with pesky challenges causing stumbling blocks to growth.
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Did you know customer acquisition is the number one challenge for startups? We recommend a three-step strategy for customer discovery and acquisition. Present a clear vision of your product or service to address why your customers should care. Ensure the product or service is visible to your prospects. When you’ve validated your customers, sell your product or service with an unbeatable value proposition.
If you’re facing hardships moving your venture forward, you’ll be inspired by how today’s entrepreneurs are using continuous innovation to build businesses. We recommend a lean approach to building a business. The lean approach is about learning quickly what works and discarding what doesn’t. Even if you don’t have all the ingredients for success, you could customize your processes on the go. In the fast-paced, high-uncertainly world of startups, the practical approach is to innovate and apply what’s relevant.
Startups are about building the future. Business gurus Peter Thiel and Blake Masters argue if copy a business, you aren’t learning. Unless you create something new, you’re likely to fail in the future—the best paths are new and untried. Focus on creating new things. Think about business from first principles instead of what is known. Aim for vertical or intensive progress instead of horizontal or enormous growth. Technology provides excellent opportunities for fast progress with novel and better ways of doing things while globalization offers opportunities for horizontal development.