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We begin with learning what a startup is all about so you can feel right at home
Each member of the team is as important to the success of the startup as the product is.
Experience the role of a Product manager in a startup
Design Thinking can help us systematically extract, teach, learn and apply human-centered techniques
User acquisition (often shortened to UA) is the act of gaining new users for an app, platform, or other service.
A business model canvas gives you a way to view your idea from a high level view, finding product market fit.
Start by finding a real, painful problem to solve. Make sure none else solved it or that you can solve it 10 times better than your competitors
Bringing a new product to market is always a big risk. But to reduce the risk, you can first develop a minimum viable product (MVP)
A product demo is a demonstration of how a product works. It's used to introduce its functionalities, and value to customers.
Data holds the keys to your success. The more you are able to use it to your advantage, the quicker you will carve your way to high quality user acquisition.
You can make all the right things ahead of time to be good to go when opportunity knocks. Fortune favors the prepared founder.
Startup funding — or startup capital — is the money needed to launch a new business.
This is the plan to utilize your resources, to deliver your unique value proposition to customers achieving competitive advantage.
Scalability is the ability of a startup to grow. You can adapt a larger workload without risking performance or losing revenue.
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Experience the role of a CTO in a startup
Learning to work remote is the nature of the game. Using a tool like trello will help you master this skill.
An MVP is a product with enough features to attract early-adopter customers and validate a product idea early in the product cycle
Are you afraid of startup failure? You should be! It is estimated that 90% of startups fail, but you don't necessarily have to be part of that club.
Is there a pain point is serious enough and where a good proportion of customers are willing to pay for the solution
Having competitors is healthy and normal. After analysing them, you will have a clearer view of your industries behavioural data.
After the planning its time to make your MVP come to life. Turn your theory into practical with the first offering of your product.
Starting a startup isn’t just about opening your doors or launching your website. Long before that happens, it’s about planning to launch.
The business model identifies the products or services the business plans to sell, its identified target market, and any anticipated expenses
Demo days are often times the first chance a startup gets at getting in front of investors. For most startup accelerators, this is your graduation event.
Startups raise funds for various reasons but most often the main purpose is to grow their business.
Pitching is an opportunity to introduce your business idea in a limited amount time – from a few seconds to a few minutes.
A business exit strategy is an entrepreneur's strategic plan to sell his or her ownership in a company to investors or another company.