How do products tempt us? What makes them so alluring? It is easy to assume we crave delicious food or impulsively check email because we find pleasure in the activity. But pleasure is just half the story. Continue reading “How Do Products Tempt Us?”
It’s funny…many of us have spent thousands of hours in business school. We’ve done internships. We go into great debt to fund educations we hope will help propel us to success in our careers and in our entrepreneurial endeavors. Continue reading “100 Inspirational Quotes from Successful Business Leaders”
Teams that build continuous customer discovery into their DNA will become smarter than their investors, and build more successful companies.
The journey of how a solo tech founder, Arvind, cracked sales and grew his client base at Infosec Future.
India is world’s fastest growing startup ecosystem where 3–4 new firms are born everyday. We have grown significantly in the past five years and are expected to grow 10–12% YOY for the next five years till 2020.
Imagine how important every second is when you have a heart attack, or consider the implications of a world run entirely on renewable energy. If you thought Blockchain technology would only impact finance; think again. From detecting cardiac arrest with 92% accuracy to solving energy problems in the year 2050 by growing power grids made of plants, European Seed-Stage Founders are taking a bold stance on the applications of Blockchain, Robotics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, driving the future of tech in Europe. Continue reading “50 Millennial Entrepreneurs Driving The Future of Tech in Europe”
There’s a joke about startups. “For every 10 startups you see in the market, 11 of them will fail.” I didn’t want to think that my startup would be the one to fail, and no entrepreneur does. I thought I knew it all…or at least would learn it all during the process of launching my startup. Jason Huertas, author of My Startup Failed, says this is common, writing:
Consequently, starting a business isn’t that hard, although being successful with one can be. The strategy for keeping overhead low is common for many startups, which is why outsourcing, drop shopping, and running online stores is so prevalent.
Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet (the company formerly known as Google), has a quirky way of deciding which companies he likes. It’s called “The Toothbrush Test.” According to the New York Times, when Page looks at a potential company to acquire, he wants to know if the product is, like a toothbrush, “something you will use once or twice a day.” Continue reading “How Two Companies Hooked Customers On Products They Rarely Use”
What late people don’t understand about us on-time people is that we hate you. And the reason why we hate you is that it’s so easy to be on time — you just have to be early. And early lasts for hours. And on time lasts a second. And then you’re late forever.
— Mike Birbiglia, Thank God for Jokes Continue reading “The Angel’s in the Details”
Amazon in the past year has produced a real boom in the financial market, when the company’s shares rose in price immediately doubled, overtaking the value of Google stock. The net profit of Amazon.com in 2016 amounted to $136 Billion, and the number of active users has long exceeded the mark of 300 million. Maintaining and processing such a huge amount of data requires tremendous resources. In this article, we will find out, what to consider when developing a high-load project, considering the experience of Amazon.com. Continue reading “Google Has Called Amazon.com Its Direct Competitor”