Learn from the pros! Legendary pitch decks from famous startups. Namely facebook, uber, airbnb, square, linkedin, youtube, and many others. Go learn!
Super valuable advice shared by Bilal Zuberi on hist twitter account on May 12th 2018. All merit belongs to Bilal, I'm just compiling and writing down for future memory. "1) Attended a whole bunch of Board meetings this week on both coasts. Sharing some quick observations on what I typically see work well at Board … Continue reading Wise words regarding board meetings
Andy Dunn, CEO and Founder of Bonobos, writes about the dumb VC. Cliff notes: "Dear Dumb VC, let’s recap because you forgot to take notes on your iPad: you are going out of business, you think being hands on is helpful, you’re not in any good deals, you brag about the okay deals you’ve been … Continue reading The tale of the dumb VC
Ron Conway, Founder & Advisor, SV Angel Y Combinator | Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Very interesting article by Eric Feng, with 3 worth noting concepts / considerations: 1. App prosperity: In 1910 a phone call from LA to NY cost 90 hours of work (at average wage). Today it costs less than 2 minutes of work. Same goes for software development: SQL Server 200 took 2 years and hundreds … Continue reading On prosperity and differentiation
The save or not to save, that is the question! Should you cut fat and preserve your startup's capital or maintain a high burn rate and grab as much market as you can? Ben Horowitz shares his opinion in a long but great article. Definitely a must read! Read Article - All things D
Scot Johnson created a framework that divides apps into 4 categories, and analyzed their value for investors: Basic needs - nop Niche apps - meh... Web extensions - not a business Life process automation - this is the one! Read more - Pando Daily