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The statistics are daunting. Starting a successful company is hard. But have you noticed how many successful founders found their success on their second, third, or later company? The real story of many “overnight successes” is that they were failing and learning for awhile before they created the company they become known for.
In part because there are some fundamental strategies and tactics that founders learn each time they start a company. As they learn those rules, starting a company becomes easier because they know what to expect, how to find product/market fit, how to communicate their ideas, and a host of other things.
This interview series is designed to have startup industry insiders share the things that they’ve seen and learned about what it takes to launch successful companies. You can spend years trying to figure out the fundamentals, or you can listen to these founders, investors, and other insiders share what they’ve learned, potentially saving you years of personal frustration.
Almost all startup founders and first time CEOs will walk away with something actionable from these discussions.