Ten Entrepreneurship Rules for Building Massive Companies (via Greylock VC)

Posted: April 25, 2011 in Uncategorized

A business means investing in activities that can make available goods and services needed in a community realized from the investment, increase the value of the business itself as an economic entity, and improve the quality of the life in the community.

If you heard that half of all small businesses fail in the first year, you heard wrong. The small business failure rate is not near that bad. And if you got the impression that small businesses are a small part of the U.S. economy, again ..wrong. Many analysts say small businesses are the engine of the American economy and the best bet for pulling us out of the current economic doldrums.

Ten Entrepreneurship Rules for Building Massive Companies Last week I gave a talk at South by Southwest, and in it I shared my top ten rules for entrepreneurship. They are borne from my experiences starting companies and partnering with great entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley as an angel and a venture capitalist. I hope they prove to be useful to you. If you are an entrepreneur and have other rules you live by and want to share with others, please post your thoughts in the comments field. Rule #1: Look fo … Read More

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