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I am a(n):
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If you are an entrepreneur, why?
I want to invent something cool.
My favorite startups:
thefancy, twitter, seamless.com, spotify
What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?
Rewarding : Changing the life of your active users
Frustrating : Getting the next millionth user always takes way more time than expected
What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?
Start by building a complicated product, then simplify it over time.
What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?
- Raise more than what you think you need
- Pick a co-founder, don't start a company by yourself
- Set a great board of advisors from day 1.
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The idea that became Producteev was born out of numerous gripe sessions between a group of interface experts and web application coders (that’s us). We all needed a good task management application, but none of us (believe us, we tried!) could find one that really did the job.
We wanted a fully-featured task management application, with a user interface that made sense—something we didn’t have to devote a couple of hours learning how to use. We wanted to be able to get a clear overview of the status of any project, anytime and from any place. We needed to be able to collaborate effortlessly, updating project information in many different ways: web, email, IM, mobile, desktop... and we needed to be able to share information in real time with all our team members, no matter how computer-savvy they are … or aren’t.
We couldn't find that perfect application, so we decided to build it!