Station Houston company Luminare shared their lessons learned and excitement earned as they reflected on their first three weeks at Station. Through mentors and fellow entrepreneurs, they learned about closing deals with customers, developing frameworks for growth, and even applying Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to “turn our knowledge into a tool.” They attended an event with a panel of VC’s (after a chance run-in with JR) and had the opportunity to learn what investors actually look for when they look for startups. In their words, “If successive weeks continue to be like our first week, our belief in being able to fulfill our mission is much greater.” Learn more about Luminare’s inspiring experience here and read more about their company here!

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