Startup Revenue Models

  The 10 Most Popular Startup Revenue Models Pblished on Founder Insight Posted by Joe Garza on 2017-05-29 Regardless of how good your product, service, or app is, it’s only useful when you can get it into the hands of your target customers. But once you’ve got a finalized offering, selling it should be easy, right? Not really. There are countless factors that need to be taken into account when you set out to bring your product to market, like the industry you’re in, whether you’re selling a web-based product or physical hardware, the channels you use to attract your customers, etc. And that’s why we’ve prepared an extensive guide that clearly outlines some of the most commonly used revenue models Read More …

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How Your Customer Build Your Product for You

How to Have Your Customer Build Your Product for You On Founder Insight Posted by Travis Levell on 23-02-2017 Do you know why most startup projects fail? Some attribute it to a lack of funding. Others might say that they didn’t have enough time to build their product or they didn’t learn how to tell a great brand story. But in the midst of all of those excuses, the real element that is lacking is customers. If you had customers knocking on your door to give you money for your product, all other problems would be solved. However, giving your project plenty of funding or devoting more time to it will not lead to more clients. It all boils down Read More …

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How to Launch a Startup in Europe

How to Launch a Startup in Europe Published on Founder Insight Posted by Joe Garza on 2016-11-17 In recent years, countries throughout Europe have become hubs of innovation in the global startup scene. In fact, nearly every major European region has produced a wealth of promising tech companies in just about every vertical, from mobile to cloud services, healthcare to social impact, and many more. However, the European startup ecosystem is still growing, and each country has its share of challenges and opportunities to traverse, which can make getting started confusing for aspiring entrepreneurs. Which is why we’ve created an exhaustive guide that provides beginning founders in Europe with the basics they need to launch their companies. Legal Help for European Startups Read More …

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