I'm about to say something that's bound to sound a bit controversial and radical, now I know from experience that it isn't easy, BUT.... Creating a successful startup is not "rocket surgery" ! The most important thing is to ensure that you have the fundamental elements in order. Create something that you (and others) want or NEED.
Is your idea "cool" OR is it "useful"? If your answer is that your idea is "really" cool rather than having a purpose, or even better fill a n
Your immediate response (after you have gotten over feeling like someone has stolen the wind from your sails) will probably be:- . “You’ve got to be kidding!” “I know they’re not too high, we didn’t pull these prices out of a hat! We have done our costings, other companies have got to be that high, and our costs are barely covered here, we’re absorbing a lot—how can they say our prices are too high? - Well hold that thought. The real question you need to ask yourself is….
There is lots of advice being thrown around at the moment about how to help companies survive and prosper through tough times. However, the question is..."who is giving the advice". If you want advice you need to be speaking with someone with the right knowledge and experience to give it to you. Economic downturns and recessions are the “winter” period in the economic cycle. This is the time when the "true mettle" of the business's CFO is put to the test to lay the foundatio