Welcome to the 73rd edition of Future Startup Weekly. FS Weekly is a newsletter about entrepreneurship, business expertise, and doing good work. If you are not a subscriber already, feel free to do it here.
This week’s edition features: 03 founder interviews, a framework for continuous improvement, and an eclectic list of reads from around the internet.
Nabila Nowrin is a Dhaka-based serial entrepreneur, furniture designer, and architect. We cover her journey to what she is doing, the founding of Moar, the pain and pleasure of being a founder, and the lessons she has gathered from her journey so far.
Fahim Salam is the founder and CEO of Nuport, a Dhaka-based full-stack supply chain automation company. Nuport enables manufacturers, distributors, and eCommerce companies to automate their supply chain operations.
In growth hack language it is called high tempo testing. In simple, you can call it trying things out.
Complement with: David Coggins - Life as a Writer with David Coggins
Ayman Sadiq is the founder and CEO of 10 Minute School, one of the largest edtech startups in Bangladesh. 10 Minute School started as a small bootstrapped operation in 2015. The company has since experienced phenomenal growth and become one of the most important online education technology companies in Bangladesh.
Complement with: Respect and Admiration
“We all are dealing with a problem called N = 1. N is the number of lives we have. What's the point of not giving a shot just because of the fear of failure?”
Complement with: The Gravedigger Theory