So You Want To Do A Startup, Eh?

Startups, seem to draw a huge attention, nowdays! It is a subject, that it is discussed low and high and has many repercussions, both for our business as for our social life. Mind you that the successful startup companies propagate new ideas, products, lifestyles, concepts and ways of making business and enterprise ventures and push forward the “since” boundaries of our entrepreneurship knowledge!

So You Want To Do A Startup, Eh - think about startups

What a Startup Company Is?

By definition, a startup company is a new way of doing business, and as such has nothing to do with previous business models or practices! Formally a startup company it is described as:

a company, a partnership or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model (From Wikipedia: Startup company)

How You Can Do A Startup

The whole scenery it seems more or less, ideal, in the framework of everyday business processes. Almost! But is is not, most of the times, as Tara Hunt, argues in this excellent presentation with the title: “So you want to do a startup, eh?“. Tara Hunt, in her presentation, focuses on the real steps for building a startup company from the idea to the establishment of a viable business via all the misconceptions, myth and errors, wanna-be entrepreneurs usually believe and do!

An excellent presentation about the startups by an excellent presenter!

P.S.: If you want, you can watch the full presentation of Tara Hunt in YouTubeDefinitely worth your time investment, if you want some real, down-to-earth, facts about what a startup company is!

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