No. 1 Mistake: Everything takes longer, and costs more, than you think it will.
No. 1 mistake: Not listening to their customers (or: not having any customers to listen to)
No. 1 Mistake: Not delegating the right jobs to the right people while thinking they can do it all.
No. 1 mistake: They underestimate the amount of energy.
No. 1 mistake: Don't be trapped by an idea
No. 1 mistake: Accepting failure
At Splash Oakland, female founders share their tips for building out their startups
Emergence Capital's Sean Jacobsohn gives a workshop class at Splash Oakland
Co-founder Krupinski's Lessons Learned at Splash Oakland 2014
Several hundred have emerged, what do their brands stand for? How do they attract LPs, startups?
Serial entrepreneur, angel investor shares lessons learned at Splash Oakland
There's a boom in seed-stage investing, but a big funding gap before getting to Series A
Naveen Jain with founders of Fark, Driversed.com and Backblaze
'Timing, Team, Idea, Business model, Funding," says Bill Gross, Idealab founder, at Vator Splash LA