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- Early in a startup, product decisions should be hunch driven. Later on, product decisions should be data driven.<br />
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- Hunches come from being a power user of the products in your category and from having a long standing obsession about the problem you are solving.
startup  entrepreneurship  fredwilson  from delicious
february 2011 by natasjagiezen
What A CEO Does (continued)
required reading for every MBA. come to think about it: for every non-MBA too, even if you're not a CEO and have no aspirations to be a CEO.
ceo  hiring  startup  entrepreneurship  mba  fredwilson 
september 2010 by natasjagiezen
The Golden Triangle
'The three current big megatrends in the web/tech sector are mobile, social, and real-time.'
fredwilson  mobile  socialmedia 
october 2009 by natasjagiezen
The Cohort Analysis
'I was treated to Dave McClure's "Startup Metrics" talk during Seedcamp in London last month. If you have not seen Dave do this talk, do yourself a favor and click on this link and spend a few minutes with the slides. Or even better, go see Dave give it live.

The ideas are simple, but so few actually apply them rigorously. In a nutshell, the methodology is: build, test, measure, iterate, test, measure, iterate, test, measure ..........'
fredwilson  design  entrepreneurship  startup 
october 2009 by natasjagiezen
Urban Architects
'Services like Twitter, Foursquare, and are changing the way I use the city and I am certain they are changing the way many of us use the cities we live in. And we are just at the very beginning. Think about what happens when we get true augmented reality services on our phones. Think about what happens when we get real social networking services on our phones. Think about what happens when we get new interfaces on our phones that don't require us to be looking down and typing when we we are out and about.

This is an area, the intersection between mobile, local, and urban life, that we are particularly excited about. You can see it in our portfolio and you'll be seeing more of it soon. If you are working in this area, please come talk to us.'
fredwilson  urbanplanning  urbanarchitects  geography  ubicomp 
september 2009 by natasjagiezen

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