Over 92% of the business and startups fail after the first year of being founded. What do you think all the founders do after their failure?
They start again and they fail again, till they find success. It is a bitter but well known fact for the startup world. These failures act as the stepping stones of the success of an entrepreneur.
Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, Banglore !! There are only a few hubs in the world having enough talent to serve the needs of a startup. More than that, enough drive to work in a startup.read more
The launch of a startup is something very important to a founder. Especially if it’s the first launch and you’re hoping this would reach the orbit and be there forever.
Though most of the launches are well planned, it might not give the desired output. Sometimes because of the over planning or because it was not planned at all.read more
Every product company in the world is burning out make quality products. At the end of the day, the customer is the one who makes the decision. And the end result depends on how much the product is valuable for the customer.read more
Machines are talking to themselves, and planning the future? The time has changed. Billionaires rant each other over AI and robots. The world is changing to some place what we’ve only seen in sci-fi movies. The workforces being replaced by robots, the cars are driving themselves, some guy(read Elon Musk) from earth is trying to migrate to another planet and humans are wandering around searching for some Pokemon characters around the world. We’re looking up websites to find whether our job will be taken up by the machines in the future.read more
Every entrepreneur must be familiar with the basic rule of pitching an idea. There shouldn’t be any gagging of words or “I’m building the time machine of this century” quote in the first 30 seconds. Last month I got to talk to Daniel Kranzer as a part of the SAP Startup Studio program. And the first thing he started off in the conversation was this.read more