Sometime last year, as we turned seven, we thought of all the lessons we’ve learnt in building a product that is loved and used by thousands of businesses around the world. However, we also reflected on what it meant to bootstrap a company. The challenges that we faced and the great decisions we took that helped us grow. So we started writing all those on Wingify on Growth, a publication where we take a hard look at lessons of starting, experimenting and scaling a technology company.
This is what we published in the last two months
How to critically dissect a success story
Understanding a success story in all its nuances is similar to understanding how the world works, and doing that takes effort. Half-understanding success is dangerous as you’ll waste time and energy looking at only a few sides of the multi-sided dice of success.
Read the story here –> How to critically dissect a success story
To get good startup ideas, look for anomalies
Identify compensatory behaviors, understand underlying motivations and design a solution for supporting those motivations.
Read the story here –> To get good startup ideas, look for anomalies
Staying relevant in a changing world
Expose yourself to understanding the “why” of your profession.
Read the full story here –> Staying relevant in a changing world
Why many B2C startups pivot to B2B
Few B2C products dominate the market, hence the largest tech companies in the world are predominantly B2C. But for startups, B2B proves to be a better option after failure in B2C.
Read the full story here –> Why many B2C startups pivot to B2B
We hope you get to learn something from these posts. A personal insight or a useful business tip. We are brewing new posts all the time. So do keep lurking on Wingify on Growth!