In this episode, Jay talks about protecting your ideas. Many entrepreneurs have a lot of paranoia about their ideas being stolen. Jay explains why you shouldn’t need to worry so much as well as what steps you can take and what variables you should consider.
In this episode, Jay addresses the difficulty in telling your family and loved ones (and in-laws) that you’re quitting your job to start a company.
In this episode, Jay discusses the selling of companies. Do you need to hire a bank to help with the acquisition of your company. Also, are titles really that important?
In this episode, Jay discusses how to consider the amount of money you need for a project versus how much money to ask for from investors.
In this episode, Jay discusses the the risks and rewards of starting a Venture Capital Firm.
Successful entrepreneur and CEO Jay Adelson demystifies the start-up process by providing advice, tips, and answering questions. In this episode, Jay explains the economics and differences between starting a small company and larger ones.
In this episode, Jay discusses when it’s time to give up on a business. Jay offers his insights based on experiences with a variety of companies.
In this episode, Jay explains the differences between starting a business and the importance of the efforts in continuing to build and manage the business.
In this episode, former AMD VP of Marketing Nigel Dessau is back as our resident marketing professional to dish 10 tips all marketers and entrepreneurs should embrace.
In this episode, Jay explains what it means to bootstrap (self-fund), the risks, benefits, requirements, and other elements to consider when deciding to bootstrap or not.