The early days of a startup are crazy.
You have a small group of brilliant and adventurous people taking on tasks they’ve probably never done. Tight budgets leave you doing things like building desks out of doors because they’re cheaper. Your whole focus is solely directed at the goal of getting your product out there in front of customers, who probably don’t even realize how much they need your product yet.
Fast forward a couple of years and those brilliant and adventurous people now have job titles and (more or less) set job descriptions. Your engineers are spending most of their time finessing the UI and developing new features rather than building fundamental structures and foundations. You have a solid customer base that’s avid about your product – and just keeps growing.
Except – as brilliant as they are – that small group of people no longer has enough hands to do everything that needs to be done.
It’s time to scale your startup – but you need to do it fast, accurately, and strategically. So where do you start?
To find out, I sat down with Process Street‘s very own head of talent, Rosy Bellorini, to get an inside view on how to get the talent you need to scale your startup.
- So you’re ready to scale your startup…
- The first rule of Startup Club
- The Process Street acquisition process
Let’s dig in!