Creating a Community for Entrepreneurs
Today’s guest on the podcast is Abdo Riani. An entrepreneur himself who runs several different ventures, on this episode we focus on Startup Circle, a platform that allows established entrepreneurs to share what they’ve learned along the way with those who are starting their own businesses.
Riani shares about his own entrepreneurial journey and the ways he’s getting creative about structuring his approach with Startup Circle.
He is also a contributor for a number of business publications, including Forbes, Inc., and Entrepreneur.
Questions I ask Abdo Riani:
- What was your entrepreneurial journey, prior to Startup Circle?
- How has leveraging joint partnerships helped you to build authority, connections, and sales?
- What goes into planning a summit?
What you’ll learn if you give a listen:
- How sometimes the best way to get to market is by embracing ideas that don’t scale.
- Why relying on traditional methods of connecting can be just as effective as using the latest technology.
- How honing in on a specific audience can create greater interest in your brand.
Key takeaways from the episode and more about Abdo Riani:
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