Jason gives us a rare behind-the-scenes look at the modern startup. Seth Godin, author of We Are All Weird How do you start something big when you have so little? Good news! It s now possible to launch and grow a successful startup without having a rich uncle or celebrity connections. This book shows you how. Immensely useful reading for anyone starting something new.
Dharmesh Shah, cofounder and CTO of Hubspot Part handbook, part manifesto, The Ultralight Startup is an inspirational and indispensable tool for anyone interested in getting a business off the ground. James Marshall Reilly, author of Shake the World If you want to be a tech star, you ve found your field manual. Jason s straightforward business advice will make you money and save your sanity. The chapters on PR and fundraising alone are worth the investment.
Josh Kaufman, author of The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business In a world where raising venture capital seems like the default first step for Internet entrepreneurs, Jason does a fantastic job providing a detailed and current road map for how to get your company to the point where that is a realistic option. The challenges each startup faces are common at the earliest stage of a company and this book will enable entrepreneurs to skip some easy pitfalls and utilize tactics that will give your company a chance to break out.
Dave Tisch, managing director of TechStars NYC Jason captures what it really takes to build a world-changing startup from scratch. The Ultralight Startup is light on theory and heavy on practical nuts and bolts advice that you can implement today. This book will change the way you think about getting your company off the ground.
David Cohen, CEO of TechStars Jason packs an awesome amount of knowledge, experience, wisdom, and practical advice into this tour de force of a book about starting a tech company. If you are thinking about or in the early stages of starting your company, this is an absolute must read. Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group"show more