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Why you should join a genomics startup
Why you should join a genomics startup
by Andrew Maddison
Posted in Career Advice, Life Sciences, Startups
With the well-known cliches of long working hours, tight budgets, and potentially risky prospects, what is it that attracts people to work for a startup over more well-established organisations?
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What start-ups can learn from sports managers
What start-ups can learn from sports managers
by Lewis Wilson
Posted in Biotechnology, Startups
Particularly in big sports leagues, managers may have hundreds of millions to play with when it comes to building their team. But, without wise investment in the right team, a big budget may not translate into results.... so what can start-ups learn from sports teams?
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Why values are important for a startup company
Why values are important for a startup company
by Lewis Wilson
Posted in Startups
Your values support your vision, shape the culture of the business and importantly help you make the best hiring decisions. 33% of people surveyed said the startup they worked for does not have clear values, so, what are the key benefits of formalizing your values early on and where do you start?
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CASE STUDY: Building a US sales team for a startup dental aligner manufacturer
CASE STUDY: Building a US sales team for a startup dental aligner manufacturer
by Andrew Maddison
Posted in Case Studies, Dental, Startups
A startup dental aligner manufacturer was looking to launch in the US and as part of its ambitious growth plans, the company needed to establish a field sales team. These roles have been critical to the startup's US growth and one of our candidates is their top performing sales representative.
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