There are hundreds of businesses that, logically, sounded preposterous when they were first considered. The Pet Rock, anyone?
In the new episode of ‘Masters of Scale,’ host Reid Hoffman chats with entrepreneurs Tristan Walker and Kathryn Minshew about using early rejection to build successful businesses.
It is the unanticipated items that cause most startups to take longer and cost more to reach breakeven.
Why we made the strategic decision to pursue an IPO as a fundraising strategy.
Deciding whether to raise money or trade equity in your business for the much-needed help can be a tough call.
A side experiment transformed online stationery company Minted — and has helped it understand the power of visuals for consumers.
In the new episode of ‘Masters of Scale,’ host Reid Hoffman chats with the founder of Eve and Minted about the importance of stocking the war chest with a lot of cash.
All that extra time helped me build my company into the multi-million dollar agency it is today.
No product survives meeting the customer.
Networking and coffee meetings didn’t work for us. We needed a different way to sell our services.
Our editor-in-chief Jason Feifer sits down with serial entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David to discuss the importance of creating special experiences for your first customers.
When I first designed my platform for Due, I knew all along that I was not going to wait to create the perfect product before I launched it.
Airbnb’s co-founder shares stories about his childhood passion for design.
At my company, I want to keep creating personal experiences even as we scale.
To kick-off the new podcast, ‘Masters of Scale,’ Reid Hoffman chats with the co-founder of Airbnb, Brian Chesky, on creating the perfect experience for a handful of customers.