Hi Startupper, last time you had a chance to check the 10 main startup mistakes. Today, we would like to point out main startup key factors to target on.
Sometimes it’s not just enough to have a great startup idea. Sometimes it’s a case of being in the right place at the right time.
Take Airbnb as an example. Founders Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia were struggling to afford the rent on their apartment in San Francisco. There was a design conference in the city. So, they decided to rent their apartment out to delegates who couldn’t find a hotel.
Hi startupper. Hope you liked our previous article about accelerators. Today, we would like to highlight Top 10 startup mistakes to avoid to get to Acceleration. And for sure, if you would avoid them, you would have much more chances to succeed.
So, Did you know that nine out of ten start-ups fail?
According to Failory, 90% of start-ups eventually go out of business, with a 20% failure rate in the very first year of business.
Although the start-up failure rate seems high, you should not be put off from following your dreams and starting your brand new business venture…
Previously, we wrote about IoT market and how to fit with a brand new idea there. Today, we would like to pop into Startup Accelerator and what to do to get into.
An accelerator programme can be a great way for fledgling businesses to learn critical skills, find contacts and boost their capital in a short amount of time.
In this guide, we will look at accelerators in more detail, highlight the best ones and how to get accepted…
In our previous article, you could find some FoodDelivery trends for 2021. Despite the overloading of the FoodDelivery , we are sure there is always a place to fit into if to use neighbouring niches. Today, we would like to pop in IoT startup world. From the fitness tracker on your wrist to the smart speaker in your office, you would probably agree that the world is now driven by the internet of things!
If you’re looking for…
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In our previous articles we were sharing insights regarding how we used faked users to attract new users and healthcare trends 2021. Previous year, saw a massive increase in the number of people using food delivery services like Just Eat, Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Grubhub.
With COVID-19 forcing many restaurants to close temporarily, many customers turned to getting their favourite fast food delivered directly to their home.
Even with lockdowns easing all around the world, people still want the convenience that home delivery provides.
Hi startuppers. Previously, we wrote about Pitch Deck and how to prepare it. Today, we would like to attract your attention to cornerstone topic — when and how to split startup shares?
When your startup is just starting out, resources are always in very short supply!
You may not have a lot of capital on hand to buy the equipment you need. Or, you may not have enough to build the perfect team to help your business grow.
And sure, you would need money to do all this… but you don’t have any.
It’s a frustrating catch-22 situation!
Hi Startupper, in our previous, article we wrote about Splitting Stakeholders Shares. This time we would like to share a trick sample that led to 10k+ users registrations. Here you would be able to find a tactic how to fake users in your product to attract more real.
Mark & Mike already had their own Product — The Living Urn when they reached us. They are selling Bio Urns for burial. So, in terms of promotion they tried to reach some social services to partner with. Here are some of them:
Looking to get seed funding for your brand new startup idea? You’ll need to convince prospective investors exactly why they should come on board with you.
The best way to do this? By creating a comprehensive and well-designed pitch deck.
Not sure what a pitch deck is or how to create one? Don’t worry!
By the end of this article, you’ll know all there is to know about crafting the perfect pitch.
It’s a stat that we’ve used at You Are Launched several times, but 95% of products fail in their first year of launch.
What do you need to do to ensure that your startup goes the distance? You must understand your product, service or mobile app inside out, be aware of any potential issues and know what to do to put them right.
You can do this by asking a wide range of questions about your startup and making sure that you know all the answers.
Think of it as the ultimate job interview!
We’ve put together five questions to…
You’ve got a great idea for a startup business, and you’re ready and raring to go!
The next step is to think about how you are going to make money from it. Even if you don’t charge users money for your product or service, you will need a solid monetisation model in place.
A flawed or non-existent monetisation model can cause problems for your startup. One of the reasons why SoundCloud failed was down to its confusing subscription tiers that couldn’t compete with its competitors.
In this article, we will look at the different business monetisation models you can use…