Study: Startups that don’t set firm goals actually do better

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by Darja Gutnick December 28, 2017

This article was originally published on venturebeat.com on September 23rd, 2017 New data, from a study done by my team at Bunch, could redefine what we see as the trademark characteristics of early startup success. Our study collected data from 62 early-stage startups over the course of a year to find the factors that correlate

2017: From consultancy to a SaaS business

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by Darja Gutnick December 28, 2017

In December 2016 we were called 12grapes and made most of our revenues from helping early-stage investors evaluating founder’s teams’ dynamics in a scientific and data-driven way. Numerous prototypes, tests with customers, a product launch & rebranding and a fundraising round later we moved from a project-based consulting business to a SaaS startup generating growing

Round robin customer care

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by Sam Tims December 22, 2017

⏰  Constantly rotating 👩‍👧‍👦  Both customer-facing AND non-customer facing team members should be on support   Job to be done: Improve customer-orientation in the team & increase awareness and empathy for the customers and their needs  How to do it: Every person on the team spends a portion of their day, week, or month on

Team Customer Hour

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by Sam Tims December 22, 2017

⏰  1h weekly or bi-weekly 👩‍👧‍👦  Both customer-facing AND non-customer facing team members should attend this meeting   Job to be done: Improve customer-orientation in the team    How to do it: As a team you get together and reflect on the past weeks/2 weeks high- and low lights of interactions with your customers by

Weekly sprints

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by Sam Tims December 22, 2017

⏰  60min meeting every Monday morning 👩‍👧‍👦  Everyone, not just developers..!   Job to be done: Improve adaptability in your organization  How to do it: Team leads and/or managers define initiatives on a weekly basis and present these to the team every Monday morning. Doing weekly sprints is not just for developers (frequently used in

Ready on day 1

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by Sam Tims December 22, 2017

⏰  Within the first 24- to 48 hours 👩‍👧‍👦  New team members   Job to be done: Improve adaptability in your organization   How to do it: When onboarding new team members, let them publish something, push code, or interact with customers within the first 24- to 48 hours of joining your organization. Even if

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