The Bay Area is a start-up culture. Entrepreneurs, innovators, and creatives have converged upon our locale, and start-ups have proliferated. Most will not make it. Some will. A few will become so successful that their names will become verbs in our vernacular (i.e. Google, Facebook, and Twitter). What do you need to start a successful start-up? The people that think about this stuff a lot say things like a good idea (not a brilliant idea, but something that could alter a current reality for the better), the right people (a salesperson, a technician/programmer, a leader/visionary), a product that customers want, enough money to make it go, and a commitment to not spend it too fast.
Series: Series Overview Documents
Speaker: Bart Garrett