Funders and Founders are startup evangelists and infographic authors. Their mission is to inspire everyone from engineers to moms to do a startup. Their latest project is the upcoming infographic bookBecoming an Entrepreneur. They also do a series of infographics about entrepreneurship and Life 3.O startups.
Why bother beginning a startup, you may ask? Why answer to somebody if you’re more than capable of making your own decisions and creating something you can call your own. Some obstacles you may run into if you do decide to begin a startup may be: raising money, changing product direction, and creating an office culture.
Beginning a Startup can cost less than you think
Beginning a Startup doesn’t have to break the bank. If you have an idea that most people would find useful, you’re almost there. Once you create a decent prototype and you get ride of all the bugs, you can then start getting input from friends and family. Once you get to a certain size extra funding becomes a must. If you have a good product, I’m sure there will be people lining up to invest in you and your product. If you feel like you can’t do it, look at the infographic below and see exactly how much companies started with. [via fundersandfounders]