The Startup Playbook

The Startup Playbook

By David S. Kidder

  • Release Date : 2012-12-14
  • Genre : Small Business & Entrepreneurship
  • FIle Size : 7.28 MB
Score: 3.5
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The Startup Playbook According to the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity, more than 565,000 new businesses were created in 2010 in the United States alone—each one of them hoping to strike gold. The Startup Playbook will help them succeed. Going insider to insider with unprecedented access, New York Times bestselling author and Clickable CEO, David Kidder, shares the hard-hitting experiences of some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs and CEOs, revealing their most closely held advice. Face-to-face interviews with 40 founders give readers key insights into what it took to build PayPal, LinkedIn, AOL, TED, Flickr, and many others into household names. Special sections include topics ranging from how to select the right idea to pursue to finding funding and overcoming inevitable obstacles. In an economy demanding change, The Startup Playbook is the go-to for entrepreneurs big and small., the startup playbook, the startup playbook pdf, the startup playbook pdf free download, the startup playbook rajat, the startup playbook david kidder pdf, the startup playbook founder to founder, the startup playbook david kidder, the startup playbook podcast, the startup playbook ebook download, the startup playbook epub


  • Good but not great!

    By Obie Akpachiogu
    This is a compendium and no more. I expected the author to provide context and perhaps group the thoughts of these entrepreneurs some of which are conflicting. The author's duty is to deploy the first critical skill of writing which is to create a context in which other people can think. Good book nonetheless.
  • Don't Write a Book While Building a Startup

    By kkerr68
    Kidder should have followed that advice! While the stories of the entrepreneurs profiled in the book are interesting, Kidder failed to create a coherent playbook from their disparate experiences and often conflicting advice. The role of the author is to provide perspective and explore areas of contradiction. Kidder merely collects stories without critical examination.