If you think about it, there is a lot to for startups to learn from the process that Hollywood uses to make movies.
I recently attended an event encouraging women to get involved in the startup ecosystem at the new Sydney Startup Hub. While I applaud the aim of the event, I left with my blood boiling.
At AirTree, we often get founders asking us how they can improve their sales performance and the answer always involves a deep dive into their sales funnel metrics.
If you feel short changed, there’s really no avoiding having the uncomfortable conversation that every employee dreads…the pay negotiation.
A two-sided marketplace is a marketplace where you have two distinct user groups: you have supply on one side and demand on the other, and generally in a hyperlocal area.
There is a stigma about having an unsuccessful startup, but a failed startup shouldn’t be viewed so negatively by those in the business world, or by others.
The top mistakes made by startups entering China include failure to localise, failure to compete with local brands, and not playing nice with government.
The global war for tech talent still rages, and it can lead companies to panic and grab candidates who aren’t a good fit. Startups in particular tend to make several key mistakes when hiring.
While one of the obvious advantages of an ecommerce business is having access to a borderless marketplace, for many merchants, the idea of expanding internationally can seem daunting.
How Mandeep Sodhi went from a failed business to launching HashChing, a fintech that has received more than $12 billion in home loan applications.