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Business Plans, Business Plan Competitions, VC Opinion and the Future

by Larry Chiang on June 1, 2015

Larry Chiang read Mark McCormack’s, What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School as an undergrad in engineering. Chiang started Duck9 to get students get a credit score over FICO 748.6 (the 91st percentile). Prior to launching a sequel to his .mentor’s book, Harvard Business School wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” based on a Harvard Law School keynote. Larry pleads entrepreneurs making the pilgrimage to Austin, Texas: “Set yourselves to win SXSW, THIS 2016 SXSW” and to focus on business models. Not business plans.

New York Fashion Week never had a business plan. It had a clear business model: Showcase models, get paid.

By Larry Chiang

Silicon Valley people in-the-know focus on business models. Not business plans

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