Understanding the pain and the problem is the first step. But you also need to take action on that pain. If you sincerely want to make a million dollars per year or more, you also have to create a compelling offer. Remember, it’s all about the right offer to the right audience at the right […]
Bhavin Turakhia and his brother Divyank started their billion-dollar journey with a $375 loan. He and his brother Divyank launched their first tech venture, Directi, with a $375 loan from their father in 1998. They sold four of their web presence companies — BigRock, LogicBoxes, ResellerClub, and Webhosting.info — to Nasdaq-listed web-hosting firm Endurance International Group, […]
If you wait to execute until you’re absolutely sure of everything, you will likely miss out on opportunity. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Mars Discovery District talks with Daniela Roeper, the founder of Borealis Wind. Borealis Wind is a company that aims to reduce the damage of ice on wind turbine blades in order to […]
These Entrepreneurs Recognized a Gap in the Wonderful World of Dogs — and Filled It
‘Good Dog’ founders Josh Wais and Lauren McDevitt had tried to find a central source of information on what dog to buy. There was none.
Don’t sit on value or wait to arrive at a perfect solution before implementing. Implementing at the level of “good” can be good enough and be your starting point for further iteration. You’re not going to learn everything and anticipate every problem before you introduce a product. And, if you wait too long, the market […]
How Big Companies Keep Consumers Happy With Product Micro-Changes (and How You Can, Too)
No, you don’t need a major overhaul to keep customers coming back for more. Just ask Apple.