How do you develop a good relationship with your American inside sales team for growth? Why does your Australian developer have difficulties in managing her Pakistani development team? Is there a better way of negotiating terms with your Taiwanese quality assurance supervisor? A common topic of conversation I’ve had with startup founders recently has been… Read more »
This is the third part in a three-part series on startup growth by venture capital investor Benjamin Chong. Part 1 is here & part 2 here. Growth guru Paul Graham’s startup incubator Y Combinator cites a good growth rate at 5 to 7% per week and an exceptional growth rate at 10% per week. The… Read more »
This is the first part in a three-part series on startup growth by venture capital investor Benjamin Chong. Parts 2 & 3 will be published over the coming fortnight. The unemployment toll from COVID-19 was 600,000 in April alone, the largest one month increase on record. So concerning is this consequence of COVID-19 that the… Read more »
Bill Gates once said that a company’s most unhappy customers are the greatest source of learning. As the dust settles on the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, many disgruntled and disillusioned Australians will be hoping this proves true, and that after a decade of scandal the banks might finally learn their lesson and play fairly with their customers.
GOFAR has created a device that, plugged into a vehicle’s diagnostic port, can track a driver’s performance, monitor the car’s health, and easily log mileage expenses via a connected app.
Ben sits down with Gina to talk about what it was like to start a business within the dial-up era as well as the relationship between investors and founders
Right Click Capital’s Benjamin Chong on why founders should look beyond money when finding investors
Looking to further the conversation about smart money, founder-friendly investors, and how founders can make investors work for them is Benjamin Chong.