The goal for many startups is growth — rapid growth, so success means they won’t be startups for very long. Even if your startup grows slowly, there comes a time when you’re not a startup anymore.
Luke Hampshire is the co-founder of FlyAirly — think of them as the Uber of private jets. After launching, FlyAirly went global overnight, established a footprint in the UK and now they’re about to break into South East Asia.
Luke’s little startup is maturing into a fully fledged business, but he aims to keep the startup ethos as long as possible. In this episode of Masters Series, Luke explains why that’s important as he shares his roller-coaster experience of being a founder.
Whatever business you’re in, Luke’s story is sure to motivate you. And a warning for sensitive ears, Luke gets a bit passionate and uses some colourful language.
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