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Three Great Engineers. Zero Risk Startup

by Larry Chiang on April 9, 2013

By Larry Chiang

Zero risk is possible.

As a great employee, you shouldn’t have to stomach the same dose of risk when you start a LCMCC (Larry Chiang mini company concept).

Three engineers selling in an sales vertical in a mature industry is $2-6mm in revenue. The risk as three great employees co-founding something is near zero because you’re doing what Stanford Engineering teaches about entrepreneurship: “crossing the chasm from the right” with a ‘sequel business’.

And then DJ-ing in an innovation on the left side of the chasm (see my cover photo or Facebook photo album: “crossing the chasm from the right”

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