STARTUPS: Everyone appears to have an opinion as to how to run a startup. And with a plethora of businesses entering the travel sector pretty much on a weekly basis, tips are never in short supply about the industry from fellow newbies or experienced old-hands. Some advice does, refreshingly, go against the grain. Read the full story on Moz.com.
I love the startup world, but I really love the weird, atypical, non-Valley, non-20-something-Ivy-Leaguers-trying-to-be-Zuckerburg startups.
A few years back, I spoke at an event in Glasgow organized by Brian Mathers and the Scottish government. I felt a lot of kinship with the entrepreneurial and marketing communities there – like Seattle versus the Bay Area, Scotland regularly takes a backseat to the greater London area in media and perception.
So how can I help aspiring Scottish entrepreneurs (and those from everywhere else, too)? Probably not by giving the same advice you’ll see and hear everywhere else in the startup echo chamber.
Thus, I’m going to give some of the more unlikely tips I’ve picked up along the way.
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