Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Future Tech Startup Founders Need Vision & Mentorship

Future Tech Startup Founders Need Vision & Mentorship
Guest post written by Lior Levin, a marketing consultant for the Tel Aviv University’s department of Ma in Security
 
VisionIn 2011, it was difficult to go more than one week without hearing from a new tech startup that built the latest iPhone or Android app, or that launched the newest and best way to create, manage, and measure your social media profiles. Add to that on demand television and music, and data mining, and you’ve got a pretty well-rounded look at the landscape of tech startups in 2012 and beyond.
For companies building solutions like those mentioned above, it doesn't take much money or even that much time to launch and start proof of concept. Long gone are the days spent perfecting pitches for investors, venture capitalists, or even crowdfunding partners (although, startups that get funded during seed-stage have been shown to be more successful).

Instead, the whole product is developed, produced, and marketed before investment money is even needed. These affordable, just-in-time products and services are exactly what have shaped the recent past of the tech startup age.
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