May 12, 2021
When I first started to dabble in entrepreneurship not much existed at the Radboud University. It was really early days. After some time the University realized the need and Mercator Launch was created. But what is Mercator Launch? In their own words:
I have known many of their team for years and can tell you that they are really there to support.
In this article we caught up on the latest developments and changes along the path.
Below is a short version of the article.
In this insightful article, Adjmal, one of the founders of MindTrace, shares his entrepreneurial journey and the evolution of their remote prototype testing tool. He reflects on the importance of Mercator Launch, where he started, and how its services and programs were instrumental in building his company. While MindTrace is thriving, Adjmal seeks new challenges, but he’s not leaving the business world entirely.
He plans to focus on his podcast, exploring the fascinating intersection of science, technology, and business. He delves into the complexities of turning scientific breakthroughs into successful tech and business models. For the future, Adjmal is back on the job market and is reevaluating his skills, leaning towards Data Science or Product Management.
Through his experiences, Adjmal shares two invaluable lessons: timely communication and focusing on people over technology. He emphasizes the importance of listening to users and ensuring that technology meets their needs for a successful business.
For aspiring entrepreneurs, Adjmal advises following skills first and letting passion grow from there. He believes surrounding yourself with the right team and atmosphere is crucial for success. Finally, he highlights the significance of celebrating successes, as they are rare and involve the efforts of the whole team.
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