Forget About Startups. Worry About Scaleups v1.pdf

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but never been harder to scale! "
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In Years, 64MB became 64GB The reality of information technology is it progresses exponentially . . . 30 steps linearly gets you to 30. One, two, three, four, step 30 you’re at 30. With exponential growth, it’s one, two, four, eight. Step 30, you’re at a billion.”
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“Scaleup is the Real Startup” 1. A startup should not be fat but it should not be lean. Forget about small efficiencies, about 97% of the time. 2. Silicon Valley Blitzscaling (AirBnB, Uber, Dropbox) is only for <1% of the world. 3. Zero to One, not One to N (Peter Theil is right) 4. You can be Good, Quick & Cheap (you don´t have pick just two) 5. A scaleup screwup is worse than a startup screwup. Scaleup is EVEN MORE about survival. Corsten & Haslam (2017)
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Purpose, Product, Process & People Module 1: Understanding Scale-up This module is all about making the separation from what you have done in the pre growth stage versus what you need to do in the scale up stage and the mindset needed for it. It will also make you reflect upon the situation of your company and industry so you can move forward. Module 2: Product and Market After validating the fit between your product or service with the market, we will take a look at how the company makes money and where to set your focus as you enter exponential growth.
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