Entrepreneur and Co-FounderWilbur Labs
Member Since May 2023
David Kolodny is an entrepreneur. He is a Co-Founder of Wilbur Labs, a startup studio based in San Francisco. Wilbur Labs turns bold ideas into market-leading companies, and the Studio has built and invested in 21+ companies since 2016. As an expert on building companies, David loves sharing what he’s learned to help others build companies. He answers common founder questions on the Wilbur Labs Founder FAQ series. David is a speaker and author of numerous articles in Inc. Magazine, Fast Company, and Entrepreneur Magazine, helping entrepreneurs build companies. David was featured on the 2020 "Forbes 30 Under 30" list for consumer technology. Previously, David worked at Google as a Product Specialist on the Customer Solutions & Innovations team from 2013-2016. David graduated from the University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business in 2013.
20 tips to set your new company up for success in the marketplace. As a company leader, you may be confident about your organization's ability to meet consumer demands and thrive at meeting your quarterly goals on a regular basis right now. But if you don't have a systematic approach to coming up with ways to keep your business financially fit, you'll be setting your company and team up for failure in the event of unforeseen circumstances. For example, an unsteady economy. Your numbers may look good on paper but regulating your KPI metrics in real-time is essential to generate a true measure of financial success. Below, 20 Fast Company Executive Board members share one piece of advice that aspiring business leaders or small business owners should consider when it comes to understanding the importance of financial management and planning for longevity in any industry.
A downturn—especially this one—is a terrible thing to waste.
Wilbur Labs is a startup studio based in San Francisco. Wilbur Labs turns bold ideas into market-leading companies, and has built and invested in 21+ companies since 2016.