Your Own Place was incorporated as a Community Interest Company in 2013.
Are we still a start-up? Not a hugely important question you might think, but one that I ponder most weeks.
All sorts of support is available for start-ups and their founders. Much of this has now drifted away.
Exciting seed funding for exciting new ideas exists for start-ups. We’re no longer shiny and new. Should we keep innovating just for the sake of it?
Start-ups are trendy and notable. How do we keep note-worthy for all the right reasons?
If we’re no longer a start-up are we meant to be totally self-sufficient by now?
And finally, most significantly for me personally, do I have the skills to take a start-up to a scale-up? Arguably I didn’t have the skills for a start-up, so I guess we’ll have to see!