Working in a start-up company

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Are you an entrepreneur? Do you have any experience working in a start-up company? When I graduated from MIT, many of my colleagues went to work in a small start-up. Of course, most of them were computer scientists or software engineers, but some of them were also mechanical and chemical engineers. The advantage of working in a start-up is that you get exposed to many different responsibilities simultaneously. You get to wear "many different hats." So, if you like to get involved in many different aspects of a company, then you'll enjoy the energy and excitement that's often associated with a start-up. Thinking about starting your own company? Make sure you recruit the right type of people who can help you get things off the ground.

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Sohan Dhande said...

Dr Kim,
This is a great post.
Very truly said, Start ups work better with better teams !!

Regards,
Sohan.dhande@DGenre.com
www.DGenre.com

July 14, 2009 at 7:27 AM

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