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Value

When building a business: add value as much as you can, give your customers an incredible experience with your company & brand, be sincere in your marketing efforts and authentic about earning a profit off of their willingness to spend money with you.

Solving Problems & Revenue Models

I wanted to elaborate on my thoughts about creating a business model by firstly solving a problem for yourself. Whilst this is an incredible way of building a business, there’s a few thoughts that I’d like to share on the matter: If you are solving a

Solving Problems & Revenue Models

I wanted to elaborate on my thoughts about creating a business model by firstly solving a problem for yourself. Whilst this is an incredible way of building a business, there’s a few thoughts that I’d like to share on the matter: If you are solving a

Idea: Build Campaign Monitor

I know this is something that many VC’s & startup founders have spoken about, but Campaign Monitor’s story again highlights that if you’re building something to solve a problem that you have, you are most likely also solving a problem that others may have.

Lessons Learnt from WooThemes

This is my presentation - Lessons Learnt From WooThemes - at NetProphet. You can also see my slides from the presentation over here.

Startup Quote

startupquote: Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once. - Drew Houston Hopefully my “once” was WooThemes. :)

The Three Ways That Good Design Makes You Happy

Doing some research work on “designing a user experience” and stumbled onto this amazing TED talk by Don Norman. Do watch “The Three Ways That Good Design Makes You Happy”.

Doing Good is Good Business

I felt so inspired by this post and specifically loved this bit: These business models will leverage the passion of individuals, create networks and build communities. They’ll provide ways for people to connect, to build, to contribute, to give. They’ll let employees be people. They’ll build products

Join a startup for free

The world would probably be a better place if all employees had this attitude towards their work, but instead the world is riddled with people who absolutely hate their jobs and just-just manages to contribute the minimum of which is expected of them.