Startup Manthra

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How to get start-up ideas

The approach to get start-up ideas is not to try thinking start-up ideas but it is to peep into the problems.

The outstanding start-up ideas contribute three common things

·         Something that the founders are interested in

·         And can be built by themselves

·         Few others realize are worth doing

Facebook, Apple, Flip kart, Microsoft..Etc. are the companies followed all the above and took top position in the world.

Why is it so important to work on a problem you have? Among other things, it ensures the problem really exists. It sounds obvious to say you should only work on problems that exist. And yet by far the most common mistake startups make is to solve problems no one has.

When a startup launches, there have to be at least some users who really need what they're making—not just people who could see themselves using it one day, but who want it urgently. 

Next state is How to start a start up



How to start a start up

start-up needs three things to be successful in the market

·         Start with the good people.

·         Make something that the customers want.

·         Spend as little money as possible.

You do not need a flashy idea to start a start-up rather it is how the start-up makes money by offering people with the best technology. If a start-up that succeeds ordinarily makes its founders rich.

                                                                                               

Production = Start-up

A start-up is nothing but a company designed to grow fast. Being freshly founded does not itself make a company start-up, it is necessary to work on the technology. The main essential thing in the start-up is the Growth. Before starting a start-up it is required to understand. If you want to start one it's important to understand that. Start-ups are so hard that you can't be pointed off to the side and hope to succeed. You have to know that growth is what you're after. The good news is, if you get growth, everything else tends to fall into place. Which means you can use growth like a compass to make almost every decision you face.

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