Product-led growth is a strategy used to drive exponential growth by focusing the business around the product and creating growth opportunities through it. In other words, It's a concept that aims for growth by adding sales and marketing functions to the product itself.
As an entrepreneur, picking the right financing instrument is critical to a startup’s success, and founders should be thinking about which one is right for their company.
There are many reasons why entrepreneurs should know about venture capital.
You don’t need great ideas to be a great leader. You just need to be able to hire the right people and execute. As long as you have the right people and great company culture, you can get the best results, even if the initial idea is wrong.
As a startup, you are solving a problem. That problem might be a new product or service that meets a need in the market, or it might be a new way of doing something more efficient or effective than the current options. You have to be clear about it.
Marketplaces often take on the role of a matchmaker and need to make sure that buyers find what they want and sellers can meet demand. That means there needs to be enough supply and enough demand and those things need to happen simultaneously for marketplaces to work.
🇯🇵 Japanese version is here I’ve heard from too many founders who mistakenly believe they’ve found product/market fit when it turns out they haven’t. This is a huge problem for all sorts of reasons, but mainly because it prevents them from getting the needed advice and feedback
Entrepreneurs often find it challenging to validate their business ideas and figure out the best way to present their idea for validation. I'll try to help you navigate through the process of finding the right validation methods and getting your idea validated. Introduction to the validation process Validating your business
Imagine you are starting a new company with no users. It's not possible, right? Not if you know the right techniques to use! In this blog post, I'm going to show you some ways to get your first 100 or 1000 users. Design the first user experience 🎨 Many startups spend
The product adoption curve is a marketing and social science concept that was developed by Everett Rogers in his book Diffusion of Innovations. It is an excellent framework for positioning your product to increase the probability of its success. Understanding how consumers adopt products will help you to identify where