Building a business takes everything you’ve got. But eventually you have to delegate to rock star employees to get the job done.
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Even if you aren’t a tech genius, it’s possible to find a great job at a tech startup.
A lot of companies rebrand somewhere along the way. How do you keep from losing momentum during the process?
There are lots of fundraising “to dos,” but this list of “not to dos” will be even more valuable.
If you want to win at the mobile game, you can’t treat it like another version of desktop.
With sales and contacts coming from all corners, a good system is a must have.
Marc Andreesen gives us all a lesson in business dynamics.
A lot goes into a building a startup, but the values you build on will make all the difference.
Every startup is different, but there are a few key ideas that can help any startup scale healthfully.
To make sure your company is always learning, apply the scientific method to building.
Judging a founder is pretty subjective, but there are a few traits all great founders have in common.