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More and more people are jumping on board the passive income train; believing in a mobile app’s ability to provide work-free income for years to come. It would be great if it worked that way, but many disappointed founders will

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Thomas Szmidel / May 25

Funding Tip: Get Skin in the Game

There is a common dream amongst startup people – some call it risk mitigation and some think it’s nirvana. I’m talking about raising cash when you have none of your own.

There is an odd expectation that you can raise

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Bootstrapping a company, in its simplest form, means funding your startup through personal funds or the operating revenues of a new startup. It means you don’t take external (think venture capital) cash to accelerate your growth.

I think bootstrapping has

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Congratulations, you’ve started to get some great traction on your startup! You’ve either raised some capital or are starting to get enough sales to consider paying yourself a salary and hiring some first employees.

Making sure you get the right

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Thomas Szmidel / May 23

Just Cheat & Scrape Your Sales List

If your startup requires selling to bricks and mortar businesses and you’re in your pre-launch phase, you need to build a hit list. A hit list is a database of potential leads that you can sell to.

There are two

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I really enjoy walking around the city and seeing startups marketing themselves in new ways. I consider the following ways really great growth hacks that any startup can do really cheaply or even for free.

Street & Window Branding: Check

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I’d love to say I read all my life but this isn’t the case. I used to hate reading. High school and university kind of ruined reading being a pleasurable pursuit for me. Being forced to read textbooks, however interested

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Founders of companies need to stay up to date with so many things. I’ve found the easiest way to do this is by reading a few quick blogs every day. It allows me to stay in the loop with new

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Thomas Szmidel / May 10

What Founders Can Learn From Artists

“Founders need to be more like artists.”

I had this thought whilst watching a painter at work. She would do a rough sketch, add complexity then tear it down when the layers didn’t match or didn’t gel. Once again, she

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