Insights From the Founder of Proptech Startup Bechester

Bechester founders.

Any entrepreneur can tell you, launching a startup is a learning process. Therefore, one of the best things you can do prior to launching a startup of your own is to learn from those who have blazed the trail. We were fortunate enough to hear some valuable insights during our interview with Adolfo Delibes of Bechester that will inspire, motivate, and teach aspiring and established entrepreneurs alike.

What advice do you have for aspiring entrepreneurs?

“Be confident in your idea and share it with as many people as you can. Before we started, we talked about our project to everyone. What better way to see if your idea is going to be well received in society than to see how your family, friends, acquaintances … react to it?”

What is your advice for entrepreneurs in your industry specifically?

“Do not wait until it is too late.

You need to try your MVP, even if it’s not perfect. Spend as little as possible to prove that your idea has a market for it.”

What is your advice for coming up with a unique startup idea?

“Look around you [and] pay attention to your surroundings or even observe yourself. Everyone encounters a hindrance in their day-to-day life. Find the way to solve it and find the best way to carry out that solution — then [find] the fastest way. Never stop thinking about your idea. Think about it when you walk down the street, go shopping, or [are] at the gym, and write down every new detail you can think of: a name, a color, a place, a collaborator.”

What is your advice for overcoming challenges and failure?

“It is impossible not to make mistakes, but the important thing is to always learn from them. If you learn a lesson, you don’t fail — you gain experience and knowledge.”

What is the biggest lesson you learned and what can aspiring entrepreneurs take from it?

“Enjoy what you do. Your startup is going to be your day-to-day life for a long time and will require a lot of effort on your part. A logistical problem, a bad logo, even a product, can be changed to improve, but without enthusiasm, even if you have the best idea in the world, it will not progress. You transmit your illusion: to your team, to your customers, to your collaborators. If you don’t believe in your project, nobody will. If your idea doesn’t motivate you, people will notice it, and they won’t be motivated to buy.”

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