“Culture” is bandied about a lot in business, but what does it mean, and why is it crucial for startup founders? When you hear someone say ‘startup culture,’ what comes to mind? Happy hours, pets in offices, ping pong tables, basketball hoops, zen rooms, unlimited paid time offs (PTOs), a big happy family? While those… Read more »
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