The FACE of experience with Carenzo and Bautista

Our entrepreneurs on RestartUp faced a huge challenge this week, Should Kate go back to the stability of her previous job?  Should she continue working on her startup with all of its uncertainties?  The answer is clear to our expert Mathieu Carenzo, partner at VentureHub, professor and Business Angel: Being an entrepreneur now doesn’t mean you can’t work for a large corporation later. 

Meanwhile, Nea Bautista, CEO and co-founder of Chilikids reminds us that being an entrepreneur is a huge personal sacrifice because you must dedicate so many hours to your project. 

Take a look at our latest expert analysis and take part in the debate! 

 

Discussion

A typical doubt for entrepreneurs appears in both Episode 10 of RestartUp and our latest expert analysis with Bautista and Carenzo.  When is it the right time to give up on your business idea?  For Kate this moment seems to have arrived when her former boss offers her a job, precisely in the moment when her crowdfunding campaign isn’t working out too well.  What about you?

When do you think is the moment to work for a private company and abandon your startup?  How do you think this decision should be made?  

 

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Nakul

Nakul Wali

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support is important!
07/06/2016 0 0 0
Christian

Christian Atz

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For me it was a mixture of gut feeling and reason. However I did just work part time as an employee and the other time for a new startup project. Yet still the idea I quit working on is in the back of my head and maybe in some time is a better time to execute it and to find a market for it.
17/02/2016 5 0 1
Maria

Maria Coco

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I agree with you Chistian
25/02/2016 2 0 1
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