But one of the reasons Buffer is growing so fast – when there are a plethora of social sharing tools in the market – is because it puts delivering customer happiness at par with building a great product.
We put together a quick list of some of the sharpest serial entrepreneurs of our times. Take a look!
These babas carry a heavy (social media) clout (or klout scores) and are extremely well connected. They have followers who call them ‘sir’ and won’t take anything against their ‘god’.
If you are looking to join the Startup Chile accelerator, here are some tips from Balaraman, an entrepreneur who has been through the program
Our discussions with them were progressing at a rapid pace when they asked, “Why are you moving so fast on this deal?” I think it is one of the smartest queries relating to a VC’s evaluation process– entrepreneurs should ask questions not only when a VC is moving too slow but also when they are moving too fast!
A successful startup does not necessarily scale well. A successful high scale organization does not necessarily stay successful forever. The choice of employees you have made at each stage probably has a very high degree of contribution on the continued success.
In India, angels do act like VCs and VCs, like PEs. But it’s upto the entrepreneur to negotiate the right terms and numbers.
These mistakes mostly won’t have an immediate impact, but will (suddenly) show up when you least expect them to!
Now the Buffer folks audaciously promise great customer happiness. That they deliver it is only half the surprise. That I am saying it in spite of not getting my problem resolved, now that’s a feat right?
The key question then that faces an entrepreneur is – “when to pivot”. There is a counter-force at work – “persistence”.