So how does one build a habit-forming product? Well to start, habits do not form overnight and changing user behaviours is extremely difficult.
If lots of people share your idea about what is right then they will all want to invest, the valuation will rise and it will be much harder to make money.
In recent conversations with fellow entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, it’s become a common belief that Facebook has become an undesirable platform for a startup to build their company.
The need to find a new balance is triggered by scarcity of capital.
The concept of mobile payments seems a lot more glamorous when one considers that according to the Census Bureau, American consumers spent over $2.4 trillion on their credit cards last year.
Constantly cutting costs ruins the brand, customer satisfaction, eliminates investment in new products and inevitably kills profitability.
E-com firms are not valued on the basis of their 'net revenues' Suresh. It's more a function of actual value of...
"This values the company at around $350 million, less than what it could have been valued at given its net revenues...
Sigh! 32 Million of tax payer's money...
no doubt now that india is going to fail in entrepreneurship also