Authors: Evan Burfield; with J.D. Harrison.
Every startup wants to change the world. But the ones who truly make an impact know something the others don’t: how to make government and regulation work for them. As startups use technology to shape the way we live, work, and learn, they’re taking on challenges in sectors like healthcare, infrastructure, and education, where failure is far more consequential than a humorous chat with Siri or the wrong package on your doorstep. These startups inevitably have to face governments responsible for protecting citizens through regulation. Love it or hate it, we’re entering the next era of the digital revolution: the Regulatory Era. The big winners in this era–in terms of both impact and financial return–will need skills they won’t teach you in business school or most startup incubators: how to scale a business in an industry deeply intertwined with government. Here, for the first time, is the playbook on how to win the regulatory era. “Regulatory hacking” doesn’t mean “cutting through red tape”; it’s really about finding a creative, strategic approach to navigating complex markets.
Read this book in the Business Studio