The Key to Startup Success: Innovation
Innovation (noun): The act or process of changing or introducing something new into what’s already been established. Companies like Airbnb, Amazon, and Uber immediately come to mind when talking about innovation. These businesses took an already established process – like buying groceries, hailing a taxi, and booking a hotel room – and added a more… (0 comment)

8 Ways Visionaries Play Critical Role in a Startup
Visionaries often get the crappy end of the stick when it comes to getting credit for the impact they have on their respective companies. This happens everywhere – at big and small companies, including startups. At least until they’ve ascended to the god-like greatness of Steve Jobs and other Silicon Valley standouts. The road traveled… (0 comment)

4 Takeaways from The Scandalous Startup World
I was reading this Fortune’s article about the growing list of startup scandals, and I was surprised to learn some facts about the scandalous startups. I knew about the Theranos’ involvement in selling tests which were actually rarely work. I also knew about Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company, which allegedly “mislabel” its products. But reading… (0 comment)

Technology Purchases all Startups Need to Make
Startups are in a tough predicament when it comes to tech purchases. On one hand, modern smart technology, laptops, PCs, and essential (or very helpful) software are paramount to running a thriving business. However, you start to ride a very slippery slope quite quickly if these purchases get out of hand. Profits need to come… (0 comment)

6 Reasons Why Well-funded Startups Fail
I was having a hard time understanding why startups fail despite the fact that they have all the funds in the world to ‘make it happen.’ The thing is, the explanation is a bit ambiguous. In this post, I tried to draw conclusions from all the startup content that I consumed, as well as from… (0 comment)