Mediocre Ideas With Great Execution Have The Potential To Become Disruptive Ideas With Experienced Execution, And Genius Ideas With No Execution Don’t Even Deserve The Time To Talk About Them
One of the fundamental reasons the dotcom bubble happened was due to the fact that human being are creatures of influence; when people saw people moving to buy stocks of highly overvalued tech companies on the stock market, they jumped to follow in fear of missing out of a passing opportunity
why do the majority of startups fail while we know that most unicorns we see today were at one point on the verge of failure? Easy: attachment.
Everything you do in your company is a process, and you should think of monetization in the same way. Every startup founder must have a clear monetization strategy in place for the current situation and future plans.
How the first, second, and third pivot helped Tabib group in their growth!
The Story of The One Job Announcement That Created Ns3a
How an Initiative turned into an Audio Media Power
Growth hackers believe that If you desire growth and have a profitable business, operate at a break-even point.
The story of helping one friend that created Beanboat
How a Horrible dinner experience created MENA’s leading IoT startup
How the challenges that Ahmed faced to help his father gave the idea to create Hospitalia
Saudi based wholesale platform (MONH) has successfully raised 5 M SAR (Pre-Series A) investment fund led by Enterprise Holding Company and Tasaru Holding company, both owned by Yazeed Alrajhi Holding Group
On Tuesday the 26th of October, Wadi Makkah Ventures and Falak Investment Hub hosted the “VCs and Investors Round Table” which brought together more than 30 participants of the most prominent technology venture capitals and investors in the region.
Any business is always in need of many elements to achieve the hoped advantage, the most important resources are employees, money, tools, and data. There is a factor that is equal in its necessity to the others and could be the most crucial one, which is the customer on whom the business is based.