Many tech startup employees are sold on the idea that they are the next big thing. Unfortunately, they often fail to take the needs of investors into account when creating their pitch and planning their initial presentations to potential buyers or investors. Let’s look at the four crucial mistakes people make when they pitch their tech startups.
Chief Executive Officer – CEO – is the most coveted of all job titles, but also the one that is often the least understood. CEOs, contrary to popular belief, don’t just do what they want. They also aren’t magically competent, nor are they all powerful. Rather, according to Infor CEO Charles Phillips, the job of a CEO is about identifying the needs and desires of everybody: staff, customers, communities, investors, the law, and so on. Yes, a CEO can delegate a lot of their work, but some parts can only be done by them.
The Justice Department has said that Apple has a legal obligation to help the FBI gain access to Syed Farook’s iPhone. According to the Justice Department, the request is modest and Apple has no otherwise but to provide the Federal investigations body all the information they have on the highly sought criminal.
“It’s just one iPhone belonging to a criminal,” the government’s defense lawyers said. “We are not telling Apple to open all other iPhones o give the government a master key to all the other iPhone devices out there.”
Many business enterprises today have made the important choice of hiring (instead of purchasing) the machinery and different types of equipment they need. This is indeed a good idea, because when you hire instead of purchase, you can keep your expenses down and have the advantage of flexibility as well. Plus, you don’t need to worry about maintaining equipment and will have the best quality to choose from. But before you go ahead and sign up with the first plant hire service you find, here’s what you should know first.