Start up, all! Startup Registration Day

Tomorrow is your D-Day.

Tomorrow, you will register your teams as Young Enterprise startups and there will be no opportunity to change your mind or hearth – this is where we get serious.

From tomorrow, you will make sure you always treat your team, your business, your colleagues, and your class with respect – you only deserve to get what you give. It will be tough at times, but we will use the journey to grow – every day just a bit more. We all have to do it – you are not alone.

From tomorrow, your commitment is what will keep us all going forward – we all need you to embrace and commit to the journey in order to learn from it. Don’t focus on the destination (your marks) – focus on the journey!

From tomorrow, you should think more about the wellbeing of your team and business and less about “I, me, mine”. Vulcan wisdom applies: “Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.”

I don’t know about you but I am very excited. I can’t wait to see who’s teamed up and I can’t wait to see where your teams’ creativity and hard work will take us this year.

On behalf of the teaching team, thank you very much for taking us on your journey with you 🙂

I expect to see all smiley faces tomorrow 😉 KHBS1006. 10AM sharp start.

P.S. Please complete the task(s) set by Laura by leaving your responses in the comments on her post(s). Thank you!

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One thought on “Start up, all! Startup Registration Day

  1. A start up is a way a thinking, and how the company is ran; with precision and caution. Having a start-up means being prepared for the unthinkable as well as what you have predicted for your developing company. It is a process of which all companies must endure; the fragile phase of the companies immaturity during the matriculation which will make or break the company. During this time it is essential to have a strong business plan and to find the companies equilibrium, and even with success it is crucial to never stir away from the plan as startups are just getting in to the market. And keeping your consumers attention is an indispensable task and art. “A startup is a company working to solve a problem where the solution is not obvious and success is not guaranteed,” says Neil Blumenthal, cofounder and co-CEO of Warby Parker.

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