Guest Post Whether you’re a male or female entrepreneur, starting a company feels a lot like giving birth. But you’re still babying your startup a year or two after launch, you have a problem.
Guest Post The Lean Startup concept, developed by Eric Reis roughly two years ago, has been embraced by the startup community. And though I think it’s the best and most consistent framework available for entrepreneurs to methodically evaluate their ventures, what happens when you get a product into the market that customers actually want and your business starts to grow? Does the “lean” focus end there?
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Clate Mask is the co-founder and CEO of software company Infusionsoft. He submitted this story to VentureBeat.)