Entrepreneur. Mentor @ Google LaunchPadx & Startupbootcamp. Advisory Board member to Startups. INSEAD MBA. I blog at http://bit.ly/renji_john_blog
Having conducted due diligence for startups as both a mentor & as a specialist working with serious investors, I have had the opportunity to review and help startups improve their technology stacks & processes. Contact me to help you prepare for upcoming due diligence on your company or if you would like me to conduct a review on a company you are considering an investment in.
In addition to heading Product at my startup, I also advice other startups on technology strategy & decision making. I also conduct technology due-diligence for angel investors & VC firms to help with early-stage investment decision-making.
As a startup doer, I have had the opportunity to work with multiple startups to take their idea to market validation & initial traction. This journey usually meant throwing their existing business model out and pivoting to a more profitable, repeatable business model.
These articles on The Hustle can you give a new kind of perspective.
Hope it gives you a few pointers in the right direction!
P.S. I, in no way, condone some of the black-hat techniques mentioned there.
Renji is a skilled mentor with a vast experience in early stages. We've spent about an hour discussing initial challenges, common things to consider and avoid. His advice has been of a true value and i believe will allow to avoid future pain points that i have yet to discover. I've known Renji for several years in his professional career, I can only recommend working with Renji, not only for his knowledge and experience but for the true positive atmosphere he installs on people.