Start by thinking about growth as dominoes, because getting to growth with a startup is about chaining together and locking in the lessons from all the wins. Like dominoes, you build momentum.
Consider potential markets, value and viability before pushing the automation button.
Turn your customer’s business needs into key benefits, then start building.
Believe it or not, our expert starts with the company’s vision.
Using customers’ names can validate your business. Asking them first is the right thing to do.
Project management is often disguised as product management, but they could not be more different.
Non-tech founders need knowledge and time, plus money, to start a high-tech company.
Ask yourself four questions about risk tolerance versus risk aversion.
Here’s a conceptual framework to help keep your no-code and low-code effort simple, but comprehensive.
This is how you build the car while it’s speeding down the highway.
There are formulas and market multiples. Then there’s what someone is willing to pay.
Here’s a rule of thumb: Not everything should be automated.