Marc Meyer – Professor at Northeastern University

Marc Meyer - Professor at Northeastern University

Know your users, as deeply as possible, then spend just as much time knowing your channel partners. Only then, design your new products or services, your business model, your go-to-market strategy. Professor Meyer is widely published in the field of product, service, and business model innovation and has worked with industry leaders in computing, industrial […]

Michael Scharf – CEO of MyClean

 Execute!  We have a saying in our office: “less meetings, more doing.” Michael Scharf,  MyClean‘s CEO, started the company in 2009 when he realized the need for a convenient online service to book home cleaning for him and his friends.  Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, he worked in investment banking at Banc of America Securities.  […]

Marius Moscovici – Founder and CEO of Metric Insights

I spend 20 to 30 minutes meditating every morning. Startups present an endless array of tough challenges, and meditation makes a huge difference because it allows me to ensure that I am making grounded and principled decisions rather than making choices out of fear or based on an emotional reaction to adverse circumstances. Marius Moscovici […]

Paul Hammond – Co-founder of Startup Rounds

[quote style=”boxed”]Action! While having a vision is important, it is imperative to focus on small action oriented steps. I strongly believe in the concept of compounding interest. In other words, actions layered on top of actions will lead to a compounding result that will be far more impactful than any one stand-alone action[/quote] Paul Hammond […]