Drake Pruitt, CEO & Founder of Genius Group, talks about the relationship between founders. Understand the strengths and weaknesses of founding with others, and how to find the right co-founder for you.
Jason Feffer, Co-Founder of SodaHead.com helps you decide if you need a co-founder. When starting a business, some people function better with a partner; here’s how to find one who compliments you.
Frank Thelen recounts his experiences from 15 years of founding and hacking, including what to avoid, what to do, what to read and how to hire
Frank recounts his experiences from 15 years of founding and hacking, including what to avoid, what to do, what to read and how to hire, for example. Watch the video to get ideas for how to build your organization, your company and your resources.
Successful entrepreneur and CEO, Jay Adelson, demystifies the start-up process by providing advice, tips, and answering questions. Today he discusses how to retain talent, find talent, and maintain momentum to keep everyone interested.
Ask Jay viewer Dustin asks the question of whether coders should try to start a business themselves, or bring in others? Jay Adelson gives his advice on this important subject.
Kevin Rose sits down with Jesse Jacobs, founder of Samovar Tea Lounge for a chat about starting up a brick-and-mortar businesses, how Samovar began and the philosophy behind their business, how to find and train passionate employees, and more!
Tammy Sturge on the basics of HR policies and practices in an entrepreneurial context. Topics covered in this lecture include: – Managing and paying people – Hiring practices – Compensation policies – Performance appraisals – Firing practices – Policy development – Related legislation
Founder & CEO of Mint.com Aaron Patzer shares with entrepreneurs about the history of his startup. He talks about accounting, how much to pay people at each stage of the company’s lifecycle, what you have to prove at each stage, when to bring on cofounder, how much to pay them, when to bring on engineers and how much to pay them, how much runway you should have to get to the next stage and much more. Advice worth it’s weight in gold. Don’t miss this.
By default, when you start a new company you’re inexperienced and completely unqualified for your new job. How do you manage that and still build a successful company?
Dr Corey Rosen discusses best practices for employee ownership. Recorded: October 27, 2005