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A startup sings for its supper

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“What [Y Combinator] looks for, above all, is founders who understand some group of users and can make what they want. This is so important that it’s YC’s motto: “Make something people want.”
A big company can to some extent force unsuitable products on unwilling customers, but a startup doesn’t have the power to do that. A startup must sing for its supper, by making things that genuinely delight its customers. Otherwise it will never get off the ground.”
― Paul Graham


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