- Daniel Goh, Young Upstarts
This book covers a lot of topics very quickly and with broad brush strokes. It's the book you would run out and get right after you and your tech buddies finished hashing out a plan for taking over the world with the next revolutionary tech product.
- Ivana Taylor, Small Biz Trends
For me, the power of the book is how Cynthia Kocialski provides a complete overview of the entire start-up process from idea conception to the end customer. The author covers every crucial aspect of the start-up journey, with special emphasis on creating a successful strategy to boost the chances of success.
- Wayne Hurbert, Blog Business World
I think that it's a fabulous first read that will whet your appetite to delve further into the business of creating your start up if you really are an entrepreneur , and gives you some food for thought and questions to ponder as you begin your journey.
- Heather Smith, Acting Balanced
An amazing book geared toward start-ups. There's a wealth of knowledge in the book. It walks through that very early stage, are you even an entrepreneur, determining if you have what it takes to see this through, how investors perceive entrepreneurs, and then it gets in to the actual planning.
- Chris Benjamin, The Rogue CFO
From the Author
When I began my own entrepreneur's journey more than 15 years ago, I was naïve. On my very first venture into this world, I got lucky. I organized the right team and targeted a hot new technology. We had the right stuff. Over the years, I've founded a couple more start-ups and worked with more than 25 start-ups companies. After that many start-ups, I've seen the patterns of what works and what doesn't. So I'd thought it was about time to share my experiences and observations with you in my book Startup From The Ground Up.
In my book I offer practical tips and insights for taking a product idea and transforming it into a new business. In Startup From The Ground Up, I want to show you what is important for you to focus on in the early days of your fledging company so you don't make the mistakes that are so devastating.