You don’t just want to be a startup.
You want to be one of those kinds of startups — the ones experts suggest will become the next big thing in their industry, the ones whose every move gets covered in the media and whose name becomes almost synonymous with “innovation.”
These are all examples of...
Your first sale as a startup might feel like a minor miracle.
The second, third and fourth sale might seem like a series of happy accidents.
By the time you’re seeing a steady influx of sales, though, it’s time to stop treating them as isolated incidents and more of a guide to the ongoing health...
The concept of an elevator pitch is so common in the startup community it’s easy to forget (or overlook) the unlikely premise it’s based upon.
As many founders already know, an elevator pitch is a summary of your startup’s value proposition and mission that’s compelling, convincing and short....
If you’re an entrepreneur thinking about partnering with an organization like Salesforce Ventures, here are three benefits to keep in mind to make sure you get the most from the potential partnership opportunity:
Before you launch your company or present your next new product to a customer, try this intellectual exercise first:
You’re a time traveller, but instead of journeying back to some prehistoric age, you’re just going to revisit the relatively recent past of about 10-15 years ago. You have a chance...
The United States’ entrepreneurial scene may earn much of the world’s attention, but Canada is steadily increasing its share of the startup pie.
Depending on which source you consult, the Great North is home to up to four of the world’s top 100 cities for startups (namely, Toronto, Montreal,...