Target Corp.’s Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell spent the last 13 weeks with Revolar, a Denver-based startup that produces an alert device designed to help people who feel they are in physical danger.
Serving as a mentor, Cornell spent his summer helping Revolar sharpen its business plan and clarify its market position. For Recode, Cornell describes the invaluable lessons he learned in the 13 weeks.
Learn Cornell’s top three lessons learned and more in this edition of Founders Flash:
- What I learned spending the summer with startups (Recode)
- Millennials: you can’t afford a startup (Bloomberg)
- How the U.S. and China are teaming up at the new GIX tech innovation institute (Geek Wire)
- Why insurers must pick up their technology pace (Insurance Journal)
- Startups drop off the pace for hitting big-money mark (CNET)
- The 5 technology megatrends you can't ignore (Inc.)