Most would-be founders spend part of their journey consulting. Bob and Patrick discuss their experiences and lessons learned about the ups and downs of this approach.
This week, Bob and Patrick interview Jason Swett, founder of Snip Salon Software on how to build a side business into a startup, finding what your startup should deliver and more!
You can view Jason's website here: www.snipsalonsoftware.com
As a reminder, while Patrick has left the warm embrace of Microsoft, I’m still sponsoring startups for Microsoft Bizspark. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want in. No guarantees, please no xbox script kitties, and since I don’t work for/get paid by MSFT I have limited influence. On the other hand, as of Thursday; September 24, 2015, 394 startups I’ve recommended have been approved for BizSpark.
I’m pleased – and you will be too – to announce The Startup Success Podcast has been reanimated and is alive once more! Join me, Bob Walsh, and my dynamic cohost, Patrick Foley, as we dig deep each week into the issues, ideas, problems and solutions that matter to you, startup founders. We will be concentrating on the challenges and realities of self-funded startups, but will be also delving into the funded world from time to time.
Got a story to tell? Let us know! We’re especially looking for startup founders who’ve paid their dues, taken their knocks and want to share their hard-earned insights with other founders.
Patrick and I want to be the best 30 minutes you spend learning new things, gaining new perspectives and seeing the road ahead for your startup each week. Let us know who we should talk to!
The Startup Success Podcast is lovingly hosted by Bob Walsh and Patrick Foley.
You can support Bob by hiring him as a content marketing/ software development consultant ...
You can support Patrick by considering working for Moraware (who is also kind enough to pay all the production costs for this show)