What 2 Silicon Valley entrepreneurs taught us!


In today's fast-paced and ever-evolving business world, entrepreneurs are always on the lookout for ways to stay ahead of the curve. This is especially true for those operating in the heart of the technology industry, Silicon Valley. With its reputation for innovation and success, Silicon Valley has long been a dream destination for many entrepreneurs. 

In our most recent webinar, two successful entrepreneurs shared their experiences of building their companies in this vibrant and competitive region. From the challenges they faced to the lessons they learned, their insights provide valuable lessons for aspiring entrepreneurs everywhere. 

Here’s what we learned from the Silicon Valley experience of Leon Eisen and Gary Fowler:

  1. You need people and contacts to help you build a company!

  2. Show your talent and don’t hold it just behind closed doors. Take action!

  3. Sharing knowledge is a very important step towards creating a Startup Nation for your country.

  4. In the case of Albania where there are no VC’s you have to bring your company outside and learn and train pitching to foreign investors. 

  5. Don’t reinvent the wheel! Go where the fish are. Mentally you have to forget about the country and go global.

  6. You become what you believe and if you want to do it, just visualize where you want to go.

  7. Don’t be modest about what you have if you want to make your company investable.

  8. Find successful people, find mentors and advisors, and ask for help!

  9. If you want to play “golf”, you have to play with professionals. 

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