I would have paid for a "conference game playbook" telling me untapped tricks to meeting speakers & venture capitalists. So we created one: The Beginners Guide To Conference Game. If Part 1 was a snapshot, this is the first, full roll.
It's 10AM & Leah Busque, TaskRabbit Former Founder, is being bombarded by aspiring entrepreneurs at a conference. Like a gazelle preyed on by lions, this happens too often & leaves both sides disappointed. Well, here is your solution.
And you're OFF! Your "purple cow" product is in dev and you feel ON FIRE (damn it feels good to start a company). But you're missing one piece: traction. Click to learn a proven roadmap to drive users to your mic-dropping product.
"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." As much as we feel that company culture has been beaten to death, culture really does start at Day 1. Before building your product. Before scaling your team. Before any customers.
To measure success, Mark Zuckerberg has said to focus on one specific goal and forget everything else. Keep it simple and know what your "big win" would be at every step of your demand generation effort. So what's a "big win KPI" look like?
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What do Amazon, Costco, and Nordstrom all share in common? Besides each having a vibrant (and sometimes risqué) work culture, they all know how to appeal to smart buyers. They have a deep understanding of their audience, that being keen, pragmatic, deal seeking, middle-to-upper class consumers. These are consumers who demand quality, but are willing to … Continue reading How To Build True Fans In a Crowded Closet