You Can’t Win a Race with Your Mouth includes 300 straightforward, plain-spoken principles which are crucial to the successful launching and development of a new start-up today in almost any technology-driven marketplace.
Tullman’s 50 years of valuable and profitable experience relating to new business development, technology, people, products and services, customer satisfaction and just about everything else there is to the art of being a serial entrepreneur are the powerful foundation for a different kind of how-to book based on actual client and customer projects, programs and solutions written frankly by someone who has done it over and over again.
“I’ve known Howard for at least 15 years …he’s about getting things done and executing with a vengeance.” — Joe Mansueto, Morningstar Founder / CEO
About the Author
Over the last 50 years, Howard A. Tullman has successfully founded more than a dozen high-tech companies. Currently responsible for leading the Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship, Tullman most recently led Chicago-based 1871, which was named top university-affiliated business incubator in the world in 2018. He is also general managing partner of Chicago High Tech Investment Partners and G2T3V, LLC, both Chicago-based early-stage venture capital funds. Tullman lives in Chicago, Illinois.