In the race to scale a business, everyone moves at their own pace. Some startups seem to be going slowly only to unexpectedly take giant strides forward. Others appear to be heading the wrong way when actually they have figured out a shortcut that nobody else had noticed. The founders and startups that defy the norms and end up setting the pace are often those who have a deep understanding of best practices and are able to learn from the successes and failures of others in and beyond their environment and sector.
VC4A is on a mission to offer support for every stage of the startup journey. Being VentureReady means being capable, agile and responsive to the internal and external needs and opportunities your venture needs to deal with. VentureReady Hacks are bite-size video clips where top tips and hacks are shared by business experts and seasoned investors from the VC4A community.
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Through these knowledge nuggets, we hope you get the support you need to think through and tackle the myriad of startup challenges along your journey!
Three ingredients that make a startup successful in African markets, by Peter Allerstorfer -Startup Setup 4
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