To be an entrepreneur? It’s not an easy road and there are very few guideposts along the way to let you know you’re heading in the right direction or towards possible financial and emotional ruin. As my grandmother always says, if it was easy, everyone would do it. So do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? What are the most important lessons? Challenges, pitfalls, triumphs? Who do you turn to for guidance, advice?
As business law attorneys serving entrepreneurs and small business owners, we have first hand insight into the inner workings of some really interesting companies and business concepts. How they conceived the idea, how they project revenues, investment and profitability, how they handle competition, and how they plan to handle long-term growth. Some of them work, really well, and others, maybe less so.
One company, we can all agree, that seems to have it all figured out (at least in the business sense), is Facebook. So what can start-ups, business owners and would-be entrepreneurs learn from the social media behemoth? Click here to find out what Mahendra Ramsinghani has to say on the matter over at The Huffington Post.