How to Maximise Your Startup ROI 

The number one goal for businesses, in general, is to generate profits. When a business fails to earn profit, then it is a failing business. Interestingly, at some startups, making money is not a priority. In fact, many startups get acquired or go public even after years of not having ever made a profit. While

Post-Pandemic: The Advantage of VR in Travel Industry Marketing 

There is a large hype about Virtual Reality (VR) technology in the past few years, and for the next few years we will see how the hype in VR technology develops. VR or not to VR travelling  Italy4Real surveyed 1,000 people to look into the traveller’s perspective on VR technology. The survey revealed that 81

6 Entrepreneurs’ Failure Stories to Learn 

Thomas Edison had failed 1,000 times in getting light bulbs to work. If only Edison gave up early, he might never find that one light bulb which lights up. The story behind Edison’s invention of the light bulb has taught us an important message: “If only you stop at failure, failure becomes your destination.” Either

8 Business Insights You Can Learn from Korean Drama Start-Up

Are you team Nam Do-San or team Han Ji-Pyeong? If you are active on social media, you might have noticed that many people recently are talking about a particular Korean drama: Start-Up. Telling the story of a group of young people’s struggle in establishing a tech startup, this drama captivates many viewers because of its compelling storyline. What’s

Why Startups Should Hire Retirees 

Employing a young workforce can be a compelling notion for many businesses. There is a common preconception that young employees are much more tech savvy and creative than their older counterparts. Young generations are said to bring with them a fresh and energetic business approach. While the fact about young generations is widely known, investing

Business Matchmaking & Partnership in Startup 

Early stage startups often find it tough to stand and grow on their own due to their tight resources; that’s why networks and cooperations with bigger companies or fundraisers (such as venture capitalist) should be established. The aim of building sustainable networks and matching with partners can be different, depending on the startup’s necessity. It

5 Recommendations for Startup Founders WHEN Launching Their Company 

Many startups end up failing. The ratio of successful startups can be estimated at something around 15 percent to 20 percent of all the ventures established. Given the low ratio of success, it is very likely that first startups launched might end up nowhere. Yet, where failure comes, success will follow – it is the

University, Incubators, and Accelerators: Key Supporters of Startup Businesses 

The most relevant supporting organisations for early-stage startups, according to Spring Board’s Startup Manual Guide, are universities, business incubators and business accelerators. These organisations can provide several assistance, starting from providing a set of business support services, such as mentorship and consulting services, to helping own offices, R&D centers and makers laboratories for startup entrepreneurs.

10 Startup Friendly Cities in Asia: 2020 Guide 

Asia has many cities that can offer excellent conditions to startup founders, including massive growth markets, talent pools, and a low cost of living in many cases. The top ecosystems of the continent include some cities in developed nations, but mostly from highly-populated and fast-growing India and China. Based on the Startup Blink report, here

The Difference between Founder and Co-founder

The term founder and co-founder is popular among startups. But what exactly do they mean? What’s the difference between the two and which one is more suitable for your next business project? Founder vs. co-founder  A founder refers to a person who has a defined idea of a business, but they  might not have adequate