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What Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin looks for in an entrepreneur

His approach is simple: People first, tech, product, market and revenue come second

C Custer | TechinAsia 

Eduardo Saverin
Eduardo Saverin. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Team, a passionate founder, technology, and more – what does it take to get Eduardo Saverin’s attention? At the end of the day, if you’re not willing to crawl through glass to get your to be successful, you shouldn’t be doing it, says Saverin.

Here are extracts of the man's thoughts taken from a video:

I look first and foremost at the team and people.

Then you look at and product, market, recurring growth and the of the and how it can be helpful.

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One thing I would say from a team and people perspective is that it's critically important that the entrepreneur has a real passion for what they are doing. It's a very difficult job to start a If you're not willing to crawl through glass to get your to be successful to its ultimate mission you shouldn't be doing it. So passion is the key, and it's important through that passion that you're armed with the ability to listen. Listen to your customers, iterate and evolve as you fail, get back up and adapt.

This is an excerpt from the article published on TechInAsia. You can read the full article here.

First Published: Thu, May 17 2018. 14:45 IST