Living a life as an entrepreneur seems to be awesome. Besides being your own boss and financially independent, you get the opportunity to change the way things are done and contribute to the society. Not only that, you can also create more jobs which will give significant impact on global economy. With all the perks
You might have great ideas on mind and are ready to get started to transform them to reality. However, without sufficient resources, these ideas could remain abstract concepts, unless you initiate necessary plan of action. This is where investors have a crucial role to play in helping startup founders achieve expected business goals. However, attracting
A co-founder can be the determining factor for your startup success. Just like finding a soulmate, your co-founder must be one who can fit well with you, has the same visions and willing to do anything for the sake achieving the common goals. Two heads are always better than one! Especially when the startup has
Just like in ‘love department’, we want to find ‘the one’ to be our co-founder(s). “Saying I Do” in the startup way means you could ‘marry’ someone with complementary skills and personality. Are you looking for your startup mate now? Here are the things that works: Explore your weakness As much as perfect you are,
Romantic relationships are most often than not, tricky and are expected to fail if both parties cannot compromise. However, not only do romantic partnerships are like this. There are business partnerships that are most likely very much the same as romantic relationships. It requires a healthy and functional partnership between both parties to achieve success.
Quite often, when an entrepreneur has a business idea yet do not have the skills to build it or has great tech skills but lacking in the business area? And these entrepreneurs wonder on how to go about finding co-founders? At Startup Jobs Asia’s platform, you can easily ‘shout out’ to the rest that you
Starting a company solo and starting a company with a partner is different as the dynamics of management as well as finances are completely different. However, if you have a idea and think that to materialize the same you need a help from an expert in another sub-niche of the same business, a partner can
Being an entrepreneur is challenging by itself and if you are in a partnership, the situation becomes all the more complex. In a partnership company, the competency and compatibility of both the partners are very important as there are professional as well as emotional factors involved, which if it is strong, the company and the