[myStartup University] A Walkthrough of Startup Game! Find out hot button of the Startup Company
Thursday, June 27, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
San Jose, CA
How can we apply hot buttons into using vision, application, go to market, and how these effect growth and growth capital.
Understand what you are doing now: Startup=Growth
Paul Graham defined startup company as ‘a company designed to grow fast. Being newly founded does not in itself make a company a startup. Nor is it necessary for a startup to work on technology, or take venture funding, or have some sort of "exit." The only essential thing is growth. Everything else we associate with startups follows from growth.
Understand what the hot buttons are for innovation startup.
It is important to find a right way on accelerating the startup business growing speed. For the computer processing, there are variously intricacies jobs. It results in long time with low efficient processing. However, hot buttons mixes are created to address this problem and increase the efficiency of work. The computer processing give us a thoughts that why people cannot find out any hot buttons for the startup company in the startup cycle to accelerate growing speed? Do Right job at Right time and Right place in the startup lifecycle (watch below figure).
Ronald Rawson’s 25 years management experiences could help you find answer on what is HOT BUTTON on the startup? Seek the answer of the What innovation means to different stages of high growth and the application of capital? Help you make the startup become easy and efficient in an interested way!!!
If you are/not doing you own startup, and don’t know what is your next plan, please come to see us and let’s make your goal H-A-P-P-E-N!
Ronald Rawson’s Bio:
Ronald Rawson is a native San Franciscan and the principal of R&R Ventures, which promotes strategic alliances, business development and capital formation for high growth businesses. He has a portfolio career which includes both entrepreneurial business and creative experience in magazine editorial and journalism, television writing and producing, and in owning and operating a second generation family business in plastics manufacturing, silk screening and custom point of sale fabrication.