Welcome to Startup Junkies
The focus of Startup Junkies is the startup stage which, by our definition, includes both opportunity identification and launch.
If you’re an entrepreneur who needs to get going fast with a new venture and wants to learn from others, this is the place for you.
We bring together both the theory and practice of successful startup entrepreneurship.
While our backgrounds are in the technology sector, the lessons shared here will be beneficial to almost any entrepreneur.
Our preference is for creating low-cost startup strategies so that the chump’s game of chasing outside capital can be avoided.
Since 2004 Startup Junkies has been designing, managing, and curating a world-class ecosystem of entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, academics, mentors, advisers, consultants, and partners, in which it applies the best practices in everything from execution to deployment, launch, funding, growth, and exit.
They’re back! Find the link to the free treasures which typically include ebooks, courses, and other items such as audio/videos materials for small businesses. It’s well worth your time. Gifts will vary over time.
How to Fund Your Startup Using Business Credit and Loans
This is what you do when investors are not interested in funding your startup.
This is a general overview that anyone in the US can use (not sure how credit works in other countries) to obtain a quick $5-50k in funding. First let’s look at what that really means:
Gary Vaynerchuk talks to a university class about what it really takes to succeed as an entrepreneurship.
This is worth listening to if you are struggling.
For years now we have watched in horror as the scourge of the Internets, the mobs of SJWs, have attacked and even destroyed businesses. Now there’s finally some good news. One UK-based company which sells protein drinks to a primarily female customer base rallied them for a counterattack against the offendatrons trying to destroy it. Even better, all the controversy brought in an additional $1.5 million (approximately) for the plucky little company over just four days.
Hopefully this is a turning point against the offendatrons.
Not all entrepreneurs are the same. There are different categories of entrepreneurs.
According to this new infographic there are at least six types of entrepreneurs. To determine which type you are, following the flowchart below: