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Posts by Phil Curtis:
Scaling up a business takes founders out of their comfort zone when hiring, but being creative at this time, and looking at a rich talent pool of older workers can pay real dividends.
A basket of technologies provides real-time monitoring of diabetes whilst driving. Is there a better solution waiting to be developed?
After winter and COVID, with a new toolset, larger companies can face a ‘new normal’ with confidence, to innovate and rebuild just like their startup friends.
Condensing a business plan to a single page, rather than following a standard template, clarifies thinking and puts your startup in a great place to grow.
Young startup founders will not have experienced high inflation or interest rates. Flexibility, speed and willingness to take advice will help them.
Sports coaching offers many lessons for startups or management growing businesses.
It’s OK to take time out from a startup – it may even give you the space to make some great decisions that will drive the business forward.
It’s a big step to hire the first real employee, and it forces founders to be decisive, learn fast, and delegate.
Building a team in the scale-up phase is tough, but there are a few proven steps that can help along the way.