David Greenberg is the founder & CEO of Updater, the technology company revolutionizing how Americans move.
Who is your hero? (In business, life, or both.)
I really admire Michael Bloomberg, both for what he’s done as a business leader and for his contributions as a philanthropist.
What’s the single best piece of business advice (unorthodox tips welcome!) that helped shape who you are as an entrepreneur today, and why?
Don’t be afraid to veer off the typical pathway for fundraising and growing your business. Every business is different, so consistently following “best practices” is generally not a good practice. With so much well-documented advice out there today from venture capitalists and other entrepreneurs, take it all in but view everything with skepticism. You need to figure out the “best practice” for your own unique business. Only you can figure that out – not an outsider.
What’s the biggest mistake you ever made in your business, and what did you learn from it that others can learn from too?
There are three big mistakes that I made early on in my journey as an entrepreneur:Read more...