Entrepreneurship is not an exact science
As an entrepreneur, you rely on insights and information. But where do you get your data from, and what do you do with it? This week we're highlighting a few reads that will challenge how you think about data.
Obviously, data is important, but there is a difference in how you put it to use: you could consider it as a key insight, but also as just another piece of the puzzle.
When we spoke to Chris Hall, the founder of Bynder, for our Startup Founder interview series, he argued that "entrepreneurship is not an exact science". Should entrepreneurs be more scientific? Or would you argue differently? Feel free to reply!