Tuesday, September 2, 2014

When Picking a Startup to Join, Think Like An Investor

Posted By: George Deeb - 9/02/2014

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Startups are really risky. If you are looking to join one, know you’ll probably be looking for another job within a couple of years because there is a nine-in-ten chance the company won’t be in business.
Venture capitalists can get around these odds by investing in 10 companies hoping one hits it big, but employees only get one “bite at the apple.” You can't work for ten companies concurrently, so you need to pick wisely.
Read the rest of this post in Entrepreneur, which I guest authored this week.

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