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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / November 18

Why You Don’t Want Investment Early Stage

I’ve written a lot about the positives of early stage investment and there  is a ton of it around. But I’ve never seen a blog about the negative effect of raising cash from professional “smart money” investors. I want to

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Most founders start with a blank canvas, meaning they’ve got no previous company exists or experiences in the space. And there is nothing wrong with that as people are not born understanding the meanings of the million sector specific words

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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / November 15

What’s Your Niche?

Rome wasn’t built in a day, I know it’s cliche but it rings so true. Rome started as an MVP (minimal viable product) with one town and ended up as an empire. This same model can be applied to every

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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / November 7

When To Ask Investors For CASH

A get a lot of people asking me when the right time is to reach out and pop the question. Will you invest in me? This question has a complex answer and founders need to study a few key indicators

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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / November 3

Rapid App Prototyping With POP

Rapid prototyping is core to getting your idea off the ground. It’s a super quick way to design your app’s user interface for free. I’ve felt the urge to run to a cheap freelancer on Fivrr to punch out some

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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / October 25

Why your first job should be at a startup

I wish I could say my first job was at a startup – it wasn’t, I was drawn down the corporate path as it “normal”. After graduation, I gained a ton of value out of my first job at IBM

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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / October 25

Reach out to customer with Intercom

Have you seen the little circular popup in the bottom right corner of websites, you know the one with the face in it that makes a funny blip sound? That’s a product called Intercom and works really well for capturing

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When getting a startup off the ground it’s more often than not about relationships – forming and maintaining relationships with customers, investors, the media to name a few.

For an outsider to startups or someone without experience in their specific

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Thomas Szmidel
Thomas Szmidel / October 11

The Rapid Pitch Deck Process

Pitch decks shouldn’t take weeks to create. While making your deck, if you’re thinking about the concepts included in it for the first time, you need to take a step back and re-examine your concept.

A pitch deck should flow

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