All entrepreneurship starts with an idea and a belief that one has a better way of solving a problem. To get the idea to market, cash needs to be deployed to forge the team, produce the product, find the customers and exchange product for money. There are a number of ways to fund ideas to market. Most important thing to note is that money is a commodity and not all funders are the same even if the money is the same. So you must pay attention to raise funding from sources that align with your mission, entrepreneurship style and which give you the most non-monetary support.
This was intense and probably one of the best documentaries I have seen.
Your founding team is one of the most critical factors for how fast you succeed or even whether you succeed with your startup. In this episode, you will learn what qualities to prioritize in your founding team, how to distribute your co-founder job roles and some important considerations to assess in order to build a cofounder team that can make your startup successful.
The PEFT Mindset is the most important framework to developing an entrepreneurial mindset In continuation of our theme this month on Becoming an Entrepreneur, this week we explore the Mindset of the Entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is everywhere. From the high school drop out who decides to peddle his music on Soundcloud to those pop-up stalls that … Continue reading Mindset of the Entrepreneur
Adebayo & Daniel explore how to take the first step from idea to market, whether to focus on cheaper or better or newer products, how to fundraise from VC and the impact of giving on the entrepreneur's journey. You will learn how to become an entrepreneur.
Sharing my latest opinion piece for the Daily Trust The “CBN's Naira 4 Dollar Scheme": A desperate move to redeem the Naira? Why it may not be effective and what can be done. The naira has crashed to a level not seen in half a century – its US dollar value wiped by over 200%. … Continue reading The “CBN’s Naira 4 Dollar Scheme”: A desperate move to redeem the Naira? Why it may not be effective and what can be done.
Social Media companies are responsible for generating thousands of jobs and billions of US dollars in revenues and taxes. However they are also accused of heavy handedness, enabling screen addiction, selling user data without consent and threatening elections. Should they be regulated? You will learn the importance of ensuring balance in their regulation to avoid killing innovation.
Since the late 2000's we have now moved into the influencer age. Where those who are able to command attention and build social networks around them have become the nodes for economic power. We are in the attention economy, be a seller influencer not the product
Colonizing a people is rape You grab them by the jugular And throw them down You beat them Then undress them And steal their treasures You ravish them You lead them by the neck into bondage To continue to satisfy your lust at will To produce bastards for your children to continue to devour Then … Continue reading POEM: Colonizing is rape
Excited to announce the launch of The Adebayo Alonge Podcast Show with Spotify.Every week, over 10 minutes, I will explore interesting intellectual insights at the intersection of Startup Tech, Global Politics and the International Economy especially as they intersect with African and other emerging markets. Many times I will explore alone. At times with others. Distribution is currently available on Spotify via: https://open.spotify.com/show/6bEi2tF8BLzA00XdlGthXO