A Blog intended to support what it is like to operate an American agency with teammates in an area where a war has begun. This is not intended to demonstrate what the people of Ukraine are going through compared to the hardships of a company.
Before taking your app, prototype, or minimal viable product to market, you need to make sure that you have dotted all your i’s and crossed all your t’s when it comes to both development and marketing.
Venture Studios have been there and done that - and can reliably output products while still providing the ownership of a business partner.
When a startup makes a product it becomes a decision-maker in their industry. Whether small or large - the startup becomes a contender to ideas spread within their niche. But what about decision-making when it comes to disrupting?
Helping others is one of the greatest learned skills an entrepreneur can acquire and can always repeat to continue to get ahead.
Avoiding unnecessary costs and choosing an accounting method that attributes these costs in the best way for your business is just as important as choosing the right industry for your startup. When all things are equal, successful founders know that what you do with sunk costs can make a big difference.
There is a better way to enter the metaverse than VR. It was invented in 1838. 42 Million units were sold in 2012 because of one movie. The solution is much more realistic and does not require a headset. What is it?
Startups too Risky? Here is a playbook on how to build a digital venture agency which reduces risk of failure while replacing the need for funding - allowing the owners to keep 100% of the company and make the whole experience still feel like a startup.
Cultures are based on a pattern of decisions the leadership team makes for the progress of the company. There is an interesting framework I learned about years ago that takes multiple altruistic acts every day to perfect - inevitably defining the culture of your company.