Philip Tadros: It’s My Addiction and I Love Creatively Solving Problems That Get to Market

Philip Tadros | doejo

Tell us about yourself?

I help launch companies for independent founders as well as large companies. It’s my addiction and I love creatively solving problems that get to market.

What do you think is the single biggest misconception people have when it comes to startups?

That failing isn’t okay, it’s how you learn to succeed actually. Also that people with MBA’s are business people.

If you could go back in time to any moment from your journey, and give yourself one tip, what would it be?

Don’t let the wrong investors in, they will ruin everything.

What makes you stand out as an entrepreneur?

Identifying talent as well as creating culture and brands.

What are some of the best working habits you’ve gained over the past couple of years?

To get things done right away so tasks don’t bleed over into the future since it’s always a water fall of new.

Give us a bit of an insight into the influences behind the company?

The fearlessness of just getting something out the door and becoming a brand.

Where do you see your business in five years?

More AI and VR and Blockchain driven. In the metaverse obviously. Mixed reality of entertaining and functioning digital floating around our real time point of view.

What do you think the biggest challenge will be for you in getting there?

All of the emerging technologies speaking to each other. That’s when we really cyborg part the phone extension of us.

Talk to us about your biggest success story so far?

Watching so many clients raise hundreds of millions of dollars as well as getting acquired by companies like Facebook and or Etsy.

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How do clients and customers find you? Are you much of a salesperson for yourself?

It’s mostly word of mouth, internationally. I’m a natural sales person and I get very passionate about learning more and mapping out the game plan yo market based on everything we learn and what we have to work with.

What one tip would you give to fellow startup founders?

Don’t let in the wrong people, always have a contractual exit out for bad seeds.

And finally, what do you hope the future brings both you personally, and your business?

More quality time with my children and continued challenges and solutions in emerging technologies that we can help bring to life.

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