SETVI co-founder Joshua David is a fan of charging for a product, even in beta. “We started selling SETVI in beta. I think you should always charge for your product, because if they’re not buying it, you can identify the problem and fix it.”
Halloween Adventure founder Joe Purifico on supporting entrepreneurs: “There are 2 qualities important to me in an entrepreneur. I have to like the person I help. And I have to believe in the project. It doesn’t have to be an easy, just has to be something I can buy into and sell.”
We ABSOLUTELY loved the#RAIN2015 energy @UCScienceCenter. Chris and I attempted build a list of 5 things that we learned but there was too much goodness, so we added one more to the list.