Steve Case is, the co-founder of America Online (#AOL), written a book called The Third Wave: An Entrepreneurs Vision of the Future. Guy Kawasaki recommends that you read it to gain insights into the next curve of tech entrepreneurship. You can get it here. In his book, Steve talks about the importance of the 4 P’s to help you being successful: people, product, partnerships, perseverance. He also mentions what are the 5 common mistakes that entrepreneurs make when pitching their startups.
Lately the MAKERS Movement has been talked about in many places and occasions. Being a Maker means to have a set of diverse capabilities, in both the digital and the physical worlds. But Makers existed for many years, so why is this term, The MAKERS Movement, only now comes to life and what makes today’s Maker different … Continue reading The MAKERS Movement and Your Place In It
Startups and Entrepreneurs seeking for financing are rejected, about 99% of them. This reality is harsh to acknowledge, especially if you are on the side being rejected. Angels and Venture Capital companies are not your enemy, rather they can be your valuable friend.
According to Steve Blank, and as we all now by know, Startups are not mini-version of big companies, and Big Companies are not the large-version of Startups. While they both emphasize getting out of the building and taking to customers, they’re not the same. In his latest post, Steve explains why and what is the … Continue reading Customer Developer vs. Design Thinking
Comcast taught us about customer service, our Smart Homes just got smarter and KickStarter and IndieGoGo continue to bring up new and innovative products. Hello again. A new week is just about to start, and this is a great time to take a quick look at what we had this week.
A few weeks ago, a wine lover and an entrepreneur, revealed their Miracle Machine. Their product said to turn water and a few ingredients to fine wine. Their next update was quite a surprise.
Hi there – SHALOM I am an internet and technology fan boy; An internet & mobile entrepreneur looking for beautiful, inspiring and innovative ideas. Born on 1981 in Israel, I started showing early signs of love for technology, the internet and creative ideas. As the year 2000 came and left the passing millennium behind, so did … Continue reading About Ron Bentata
In every endeavor you embark upon, may it be a small business, a stand in the market or a startup company, you need to fuel yourself with inspiration and energy to keep going, push forward and get up when you fall. One of the best sources for inspiration is listening and learning for the experience of great entrepreneurs.
This is a bread. Whole wheat flour bread. I baked it. This is the fifth time I tried to make the bread. Each time, I failed. While working with the whole wheat flour and trying to make the bread, I remembered some important lessons about business and entrepreneurship: