The lean startup canvas is an adaptation by Ash Maurya of the business model canvas by Alexander Osterwalder, which adds a layer that focuses on problems, solutions, key metrics, unfair advantage based, and a unique value proposition. Thus, starting from mastering the problem rather than the solution. What is the lean startup methodology? Steve Blank, … Continue reading What Is a Lean Startup Canvas? Lean Startup Canvas In A Nutshell
In any field, there is a vocabulary used by “experts” that makes them feel they belong to the same tribe. That applies, with no exception, to the startup world. In fact, startuppers have a jargon of their own which can make it very hard to keep up. That lingo rather than being something unique is just a … Continue reading Start Up Lingo: The Startup Wiki To Grow Your Business
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According to Bill Gross, founder of Idealab, the five key factors influencing startups’ success are the idea, team, business model, funding, and timing. Among them, timing is extremely important but can’t be controlled. That is why startups often need enough funds to keep going until the business becomes viable. What does it take to build … Continue reading The Five Key Factors That Lead To Successful Tech Startups
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In an interview dated June 1997, a 33 years old Jeff Bezos expresses how it all started: Three years ago I was in New York City working for a quantitative hedge fund when it came across the startling statistic the web usage was growing at 2,300 percent a year so I decided I would try … Continue reading A 33 Years Old Jeff Bezos Explains How He Started Amazon