Why Tech Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries Struggle to Raise Funds

Harvard Business Review

student in the engineering school at Johns Hopkins University, I had a business idea. Most investors liked the business model and the fact that I was educated in Nigeria and knew the market. But there was one problem: my business plan had no exit strategy. They all asked exit strategy questions and my answer, naively, was that we would grow revenue and share profits! Understanding how your investors can exit is important if you want to raise funds easily.

A simple cure for the Buzzword Bingo | Rajesh Setty

Rajesh Setty

The product was conceived in one of those Barcamps where we were discussing Blue Ocean Strategy and suddenly one of them suggested that with a little bit of knowledge arbitrage from the trucking industry, we could enable a product that will take advantage of the “ wisdom of the crowds &# and also capitalize on the “ long tail &# phenomenon. We will pursue a global channel strategy after we complete our I18N project. HELLO THERE AND WELCOME.

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