Within the startup community a lot of startup entertainment is organized, events that not really help you to build your startup of that you can learn from, but socializing events Read more…
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Fred Wilson, from Union Square Ventures say this on the subject;
Some startups raise more Read more…
Tech media will fill your ear but will never get you to product market fit.
Stop reading TechCrunch
Join me at the Founder Institute Startup Pitch Bootcamp:
– Startup Pitch Bootcamp
– 2015-03-12 on 07:00 to 09:00 PM
The video’s of the Postmortem HK failure conference are online. So also my talk about startup bullshit.
#1. You have ZERO INTEREST in startups.
#2. The last time YOU FAILED was … well never.
#3. You are too busy working on the next Facebook.
#4. You’ve never paid for amazing speakers, buffet, drinks and giveaways.
#5. You’d rather read TechCrunch than the Founder’s Dilemma.
#6. You’d rather hear about someone else’s vanity metrics.
#7. You already know everything about startups.
#8. You love top10s on Noteworthy.
#9. You prefer networking with real winners.
#10. In your book failure is too embarrassing, heartbreaking, embittering, or enraging to discuss in public.
Walking around with an idea to do an event in Hong Kong where people can learn and share startup failures for quite some time. Now it’s going to be a reality!
There is in my humble opinion only one problem with Alibaba’s IPO; the products they sell. A Catch 22 story.