Besides making a startup successful, another big problem for founders and startup employees is the tax on the stock options, RSU, and common stocks. When a startup issues stocks initially, the stock's price is meager, but if the startup succeeds, a stock valued at 1 cent can go to a
1. Gain respect from the devs by communicating what you know and what you don't know 2. Use direct communication language, avoid style where you show off or that you are doing a favor for them (it sad that a lot of PMs give a whiff of know-it-all/bossy) 3.
It's not easy to become a startup product manager. Most startups don't have the proper resources to have entire teams to deal with every single problem. So instead, a startup PM ends up wearing multiple hats, exercising many different roles, and applying various skills, creating and launching a product. If
Have you ever had that feeling of what to do as a Product Manager? Have you doubted yourself for not being able to know everything about your target market? For startups, you search for every single article, marketing data, and even do many interviews with your core audience, but you
Book Review of Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future. COVID-19 made me rethink a lot of things in life. To bring new ideas into my mind, I had the "Zero to One" book on my bookshelf for a while, and I thought it was
A friend of mine is running a start-up in the Silver industry. She provides a SaaS platform that allows family members to care for their elders (e.g.: parents, grand parents, etc.). The company received innovation prizes and grants; additionally, it is in discussion with other companies to leverage that
Startable shared a neat and simple framework on how to make a great business plan pitch. It gives tips on how to write and organize a business plan. It shows what marketing data VCs are looking for in the business plan. [https://web.archive.org/web/20091223013409/http://www.gdstarrating.
Facebook valuation again! Some highlights : Facebook [https://web.archive.org/web/20090502144206/http://www.facebook.com/] chief executive Mark Zuckerberg just had a board-level conversation about possibly accepting money at a $4 billion valuation, but decided against doing so… Also, the company has more than $200 million in the bank,