The new issue of The Slovenia Times Spring 2019 has just come out with traditional LSBC contribution. This time we talked about the investment environment.
Do not miss International b2fair – Business to Fairs® matchmaking pre-scheduled meetings during Hannover Messe 2019 from April 1 – 5. LSBC is official partner for Slovenia since 2014.
Luxembourg-Slovenian Business Club LSBC, with the support of the Honorary Consulate of Slovenia to the Grand Duchy, organized a series of pre-scheduled meetings for the Slovenian company Kompas d.d.
LSBC prepared for you a selection of useful English-language start-up blogs for the founders and leaders of young teams. The list included websites about marketing, investing, and other areas (Process Street data).
1.Both Sides of the Table
Blog on Medium, which is lead by an experienced investor from Silicon Valley Mark Saster. Saster pays much attention to company strategies and what start-ups can learn from projects that are now on hearing.
The 1980s marked the beginning of the introduction of personal computers in companies. A phenomenon that improved the productivity of employess and increased the turnover of those businesses that adopted this technology. In contrast, the catering sector took the longest to enter the new digital universe. It was not until the late 1990s that restaurants took advantage of the new opportunities present on the Internet.
Consequently, since the launch of Iphone and the launch of smartphones, the sector’s digitalisation has not stopped growing.
Many people dream of their business. At the same time, the reasons why people decide to open their own business are different for everyone. For some, this is an opportunity to realize oneself, for others it is a way to earn money and be independent, for the third – this is the withdrawal from unemployment. Desire, this is just the beginning. And what to do next? With what to begin, to whom to go? LSBC prepared for you 10 steps of a beginner businessman.
A key element in the success of your business is the team. Each member of the team must be carefully approved, especially if you are just starting your business. LSBC has formulated its 7 rules on how to build a team in a beginner startup.
1. If you are just starting a business, do not look for the “first circle” of people on recruiting resources.
People should come to you, whose motivation now is NOT to find a new job, but to work for you, believing in your product and making it a billion-dollar business.
2. The core of the project (key people making key strategic decisions) should be no more than 5 people.
Remember, the more key people, the longer any decisions are made, because you need to listen to everyone and, as a result, agree on a common vision.