Product development is hard. There is a challenge of product build itself. But also the challenge of attracting a diverse and right skillset of people to take on the challenge.
The past few weeks, well 4 to be precise. 4 freaking crazy weeks. A lot has happened, and yet there are lessons that I learned and some funding news to share.
Glad to be back at work. And the past 3 weeks were bumpy. But we’ve continued to make progress on customer side. And new challenges to solve.
Epitomy of a startup – battling a recession, job losses, slashed funding and then the sucker punch of them all, founder gets the virus.
Follow-ups, this week was all about following up. And damn is that part boring, but also unspoken of in sales world.
My mum taught me how to be transparent. Now, I use the same culture in building an industrial analytics startup. Transparency.
Building partnerships into your B2B startup strategy is important. Building 1 partnership gave us 3 extra prospective customers, instantly.
More customer discovery calls in the mobility sector. And being scouted for exhibiting on World Aviation Festival 2020 🙌🏾
Everyone who has been through this journey has always said “building a startup is hard”. Damn, how right were they. Hint: incredibly right.
Talking to prospects and potential investors. One of fun, the other sucks. You can take a guess which one is which. Building a startup, eh!