17 Sep, 2019E27.CO
In the world of tech (and not only) startups, but a lot of attention is also devoted to the idea. This is understandable — a truly breakthrough idea can become a real golden ticket to the inspiring successful future.
At the same time, there are many cases in history when an excellent project was realised not by those who invented it. A classic example: Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook after he was offered to work on a similar project by Winklevoss twins. In the end, they ended up almost on the fringes of the tech community, while Mark ended up to be the creator of the largest international social network and the youngest billionaire in the world.
No startup founder wants to be in the shoes of Zuckerberg’s unlucky partners....