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Accelerating means showing ingenuity to be able to seize new opportunities, to have a proper timing for your evolution and to take the leading position.

 

Does one need to prove the quality of their economic model before fundraising? How to be ready, from the beginning, to face exceptional success? If a very strong growth does not necessarily mean profit, how to combine growing and making profit? Today, a company such as Uber is worth a couple tens of billions of Euros whereas it has never really proved its economic model was viable. This is the paradox every entrepreneur has to face nowadays. The main index everybody watches (business valuation) can prove to be disconnected from financial reality…

 

Which start-up does not want to become a unicorn?

 

Growth is not a quest, it is a series of difficult decisions. This illustrated book offers to help you with it!

 

Beyond fantasies about start-ups and hypergrowth, the authors met the founders and leaders of the most emblematic companies of the 21st century, as well as the main business angels and venture capitals in France, in the United States and in China. They identify five essential triggers to acceleration: vision, HR, culture, KPI and funding.

 

The virtuous circle of growth and development has finally been revealed: invest, innovate, or to sum up: build!

 

Nicolas Minvielle

Nicolas Minvielle
Nicolas has a doctorate in economics. He is in charge of the Specialized Master in Design marketing and creation for Audencia Business School (French Business School). He wrote about ten books on design and innovation and he cofounded Making Tomorrow.

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Martin Lauquin

Martin Lauquin
Martin is a serial entrepreneur. He promotes the mix of managerial and creative approaches to help decision-makers think outside the box. He confounded the collective Making Tomorrow and he holds conferences at business and design schools.

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Nicolas Caruso

Nicolas Caruso
Nicolas is a design facilitator, a designer and an illustrator. He used to work in advertising. During 10 years, he worked for communication consultancy agencies. He uses his drawing to help accelerate projects.

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