(109) Learnings on navigating uncertainty in early stage startups from Shekhar Kirani, Partner at Accel

1. Shekhar’s secret to juggling different startup contexts

  • Context of market
  • Segment of users in that market
  • Their perceived problems
  • The founders thoughts of the problems and what they think is the solution and why it may or may not work.

2. Thinking about and understanding customers first

3. The traits Shekhar looks for in early-stage companies

  1. The market
  2. The team
  3. The execution/performance of the team

5. Shekhar’s prediction framework

  1. Understand whether your product is in pull or push market.

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Ravi Kumar.

Ravi Kumar.

Building nextgen real estate platform at PriceHubble & podcaster at productlessons.com. I blog about products, business around products, and growth strategies.

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