I read about Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner a couple of hours ago in an article. It seems to be a great resource for digital entrepreneurship that generously offers over 2000 videos and podcasts featuring entrepreneurship and innovation thought leaders. I watched the newest video — “Inspiring Creativity with Great Content” by Brit Morin.
A few points from her talk that I found interesting:
- Once again, we can see how small bootstrapped tech startups can go from 0 to multi-million dollar valuations in no time.
- It might seem easy to start a business like this, but it’s certain that it couldn’t have been so successful without Brit’s experience working with large Silicon Valley corporations and without her connections.
- While investing in the product and the engineering team might seem like the right decision in the early stages of a startup, it is usually smarter to invest in sales and marketing.
- Entrepreneurship could be more difficult for a female, but it also has an advantage: being different!
- The maker movement is only going to get more popular over time. It makes sense as we’ve begun to notice advancements have made us mechanical, instead of creative, and that has negatively affected our physical and mental health.