Ever wonder why some business seem to take off faster than others?
Well, serial entrepreneur, Patrick Bryant has some ideas about that. Patrick is the co-founder of GoToTeam, which he started in 1997 with an SBA loan that is now the largest staff broadcast video crew company in the US where they provide video for major channels like NBC, Fox Sports, The Food Network and HGTV.
He’s also a partner in several other ventures, including Cigar Row, SouthEaston Systems, Bryant Brothers’ Real Estate and bidr (which is reinventing fundraising at events). In addition to all that, he’s also the Founder of the Harbor Entrepreneurial Center here in Charleston, SC, which is also the parent organization for the Harbor Accelerator.
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What You’ll Learn
In this episode you’ll learn
- How a pain point can drive massive success
- Why Patrick prefers starting businesses with a co-founder
- What not to do when splitting equity
- The three core prongs of the Harbor Accelerator process for start up success
- Why starting an apprenticeship program early can be a key to your success
- Why fast execution trumps what most entrepreneurs want to spend their time on
- Why employee number 10 is a critical number
- The three things you learn by being in a group of fellow entrepreneurs
- Why you don’t have to be in love with your product to build a business around it
- Why you may want to pivot on your current idea if it’s not scalable
- And so much more …
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