Gimme 5: New books for entrepreneurs

Big Bang Disruption by Larry Downes and Paul Nunes

Big Bang Disruption

Larry Downes and Paul Nunes
Disruption and innovation can now happen overnight. This book explores how companies can best protect themselves – but also how to be a part of it.
From £5.00

Remote: Office not Required

Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson
Why do so many people work from home? This explains the negatives and positives. The authors both work remotely themselves, at web development company Basecamp.
From £5.70

Traction

Gabriel Weinberg and Justin Mares
Using anecdotes from some of the world’s largest companies, this book introduces the Bullseye Framework to help entrepreneurs tap into the right marketing channel to grow their business.
From £6.10

Startup CEO

Matt Blumberg
Based on the writer’s own experiences, Startup CEO advises those who find themselves as just that. Unlike bosses at big firms, they may have very little experience – this helps fill the gaps.
From £6.80

Zero to One

Peter Thiel
The co-founder of PayPal shares his wisdom on entrepreneurship, and how to create new things in an age where unchartered waters feel increasingly difficult to find.
From £13.11

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