Venture-Concept

Thoughts and perspective on company start ups

By Fred Gibbons

 

 

There are many strategies applicable to the company formation process.  This Venture-Concept site is focused on the simplest and most transparent concepts that many famous companies from Hewlett Packard to Google and EBay embraced during their formation.

 

There is a tremendous history of successful companies that create new markets while struggling to survive on low budgets. The greatness of these companies lies in the people who found them and the innovation they create.  The essence of their success started with conceiving of a new growth market, entering it rapidly with a first offering, verifying immediate customer demand then following up with an improved version. The links below detail these initial ideas.

 

 

A growing market driven by customer need

 Timing

 Principals to build a company by

CEO Skills Inventory

Achieving Results

Profitability

The partnership between investors and employees