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Description:  Squarespace founder Anthony Casalena didn’t necessarily know he wanted to start a business, but he did have a clear concept of what he wanted. “I was trying to make my personal website and I wasn’t satisfied with any of the existing services” said Casalena in interview, “I had a very clear concept of what I wanted to create and how I wanted to do it, so becoming an entrepreneur was the natural next step.”

Source: Sprouter.com

Date: June 20, 2012

Link: http://sprouter.com/blog/know-where-the-money-is-going/?utm_source=MadMimi&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20+June+2012+%2F%2F+Squarespace+founder+Anthony+Casalena%2C+Hot+StartUps%2C+Events+%26+Resources&utm_campaign=Sprouter+Weekly%3A+June+20%2C+2012&utm_term=_0D_0AKnow+Where+the+Money+Is+Going+Before+You+Ask+for+It_0D_0A 

Questions for Discussions:

  • What should drive the decision to start a new company, according to Casalena?
  • What does Casalena have to say about the way to handle growth of a start-up?
  • What does he have to say about managing the operations of the firm and the value of outsourcing services?
  • How does Casalen view financing and investors?

 

 

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