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Secrets to Start Your Own Business Guest Mike Radparvar

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Most founders start a new business and adapt their lifestyle to it. Mike Radparvar and his 2 co-founders turned this approach upside down: They designed their dream lifestyle first and then wrapped their business around it. In the midst of the 2009 crisis, the Holstee idea was born. In this show, Mike Radparvar, one of the three Holstee Musketeers, speaks about why crisis time might just be perfect moment to get your business started. Mike also shares powerful marketing and team gathering secrets, so that you can rocket your own ideas into enterprise.

You will learn:

  • How to find the courage to step out of your job
  • Why crisis time might be the perfect time to get your business started
  • First steps to take to get your business started
  • What key mistakes to avoid when launching your first business
  • Why brand equity is more important than marketing
  • How to make your business known without a big Marketing budget
  • How to build unique partnerships with inspiring people all over the world
  • How to keep your startup team focused

Michael Radparvar is a co-founder of Holstee, the business that creates products combining life-embracing materials with stylish design. Mike and his partners are wholehearted entrepreneurs that are passionate about creating a positive impact through great design.

At Holstee, Mike is the chief storyteller. And he is telling their story in a powerful way – their Holstee Manifesto video has been watched by more than 6 million people all over the world, and was translated into many languages.

On the steps of Union Square the seed for Holstee was planted and turned into a real success story, that is not only making a difference to Mike, his brother and co-founder, but to many people and organizations around the world.

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