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From start-up to centaur: Leadership lessons on scaling

Mckinsey and Company

This playbook for founder CEOs on scaling from start-up to standout and beyond borrows lessons from the global B2B software-as-a-service industry.

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Valuing Small Business Start-Ups

BV Specialists

These “start-ups” are often thought to come from the various technology markets, however, anytime an entrepreneur begins the process of developing a business from scratch, regardless of the industry, they are considered a start-up.

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Underestimated start-up founders: The untapped opportunity

Mckinsey and Company

More access to funding for underrepresented start-up founders can unlock massive investment and innovation opportunities. These founders are not just underrepresented—they are underestimated.

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Building a sales engine: Five insights to accelerate your start-up

Mckinsey and Company

How do you find and keep the best salespeople at a start-up? Dominikus Kirchhoff, former managing director at Choco, discusses his recipe for doing just that.

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Henrik Henriksson: Rapidly scaling a green steel start-up

Mckinsey and Company

Henrik Henriksson, CEO of H2 Green Steel, talks about the challenges and successes in founding a green business start-up and out-executing peers in a competitive environment.

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Punchbowl News Strikes Deal to Buy Data Start-Up

NYT M&A

The congressional news start-up is doubling down on information for its audience of Capitol Hill obsessives.

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Fueling the Hungarian start-up ecosystem

Mckinsey and Company

Cooperation among all stakeholders would help the country create a start-up culture that could generate some 30,000 high-value-adding jobs and up to €1.3 billion in additional direct local spending.