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To all of the world’s entrepreneurs, hustlers and businessmen: Congratulations! You succeeded at something many people only dream to be able to do – launch a company. Now what? My partner, Yakir Gola, and I understand the excitement and anxiety that go along with building a company. In 2013, the launch of our first business, […]
When it comes to business, two heads are better than one. Your chances of success will be greatly improved with a cofounder who has specific traits that help drive the business and that integrate well with your own vision, skills and goals. I found my cofounder John Rampton by reaching out on Twitter and asking […]
Don’t just pick a title. Pick the role that you’re best suited for as a founder. Prior to founding Adored, I was the CTO of Dyn, an engineering-first internet performance company. I thoroughly enjoyed the role, especially the opportunities it gave me to speak with members of the tech community. When moving to Adored, I […]
Zalmi Duchman, CEO of The Fresh Diet, explains how his initially bootstrapped business harnessed the power of free online tools and equity partners to build success. Without the money to pay top talent, Duchman followed these two pieces of advice to achieve growth: Use free tools, such as social media, to generate PR and get customers in the door. […]
Finding mentors is hard; finding a fellow female entrepreneur to mentor you can seem even harder.