Why Sell Tacos in Africa?: 16 life-changing business strategies you can use anywhere, from the man who turned $400 into $200 million

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16 Start-Up Strategies for Entrepreneurs

What is a self-made man or woman? Ever thought about it? Success is not a straight-line deal. There is no A-to-Z path, and there are no magic beans that will carry you upward overnight. Have you ever wondered how to start, scale up, build teams, and flourish in an uncontested market? I can tell you. I did it.

In 1992, I landed in Estonia with $400 in my pocket. There, I discovered a truth that changed my life and the way I conducted business: You can make a lot of money as an entrepreneur by moving decisively in blue-sky markets - markets where you face very little competition and the tide can carry you to riches.

Over the next decade and a half, I built a portfolio of businesses worth $200 million. Now, I want to share the paths that led me to success, passing on my knowledge to you. In Why Sell Tacos in Africa? I explain sixteen principles that allowed me to drive such tremendous growth. May you, too, find a blue-market and watch your business soar.

www.pauloberschneider.com

Business Start-Up, Entrepreneurship, Emerging Markets

 

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Introduction
Saw It First
Commitment
Make Your Thing Their Thing
Build a Great Team
Ideas
Ownership
Build a Brand
When Its Time to Fold
The Test

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Paul Oberschneider is a seasoned startup entrepreneur and property financier who has personally built businesses worth over $200 million. Since 1992, he has helped start a bank credit department, founded a mortgage company, and built the largest single-branded real estate company across five countries in Central Europe. He also developed a portfolio of shopping centers and hypermarkets in Eastern Europe, constructing over two million square feet of retail space. Paul retired, aged 49, before the financial crisis of 2008. Over the last two years, he's grown a chain of nineteen fast food restaurants in London and is involved in the Oxford entrepreneur community, where he serves as a mentor for startup entrepreneurs and as a speaker.

Pauls philosophy of business is simple: to be a successful entrepreneur, touch as many lives as possible by creating companies in uncontested markets where employees, customers, and communities are all winners.

Join Paul for more valuable insights, articles and video courses atwww.pauloberschneider.com.