I've developed this uncanny ability to correctly identify a first-time founder with pinpoint accuracy based on one question. It's quite simple. I ask the same question to almost everyone I meet, and there's one response that immediately raises the first-time founder flag.
Firehawk Creative was created out of a desire shared by its founders. We want to work with clients who are on a mission to change the world through beautiful, high quality apps and web experiences.
We're pumped to announce that we've just released the Firehawk Creative Imaginarium, our internal collaboration and brainstorming tool for client projects. Take the tour!
It’s hard work as a founder of a growing company. I had an ever-growing list of critical to-do’s on my plate. I initially battled this by putting in ridiculous hours at the office. When the eventual realization hit that infinity hours per week wouldn’t be enough, I promised myself that I was going to focus on the top priorities. This meant that I was going to have to pass on opportunities that weren’t core to growing the business, and this is how it all began.
If you have a startup idea and little to no technical background, this event is for you. Come pitch your startup idea to the team at Firehawk Creative and find out all the info you need to know before you move into development -- cost, timeline, technical hurdles and much more.
One of the most difficult and critical decisions and entrepreneur has to make is deciding who will built the product.
Here's the 12 most important questions you should be asking your development partner before you make a final decision: