Startup & Go – First Steps to Building a Technology Company
“Startup and Go,” an online course put together by The Founder Institute , StartupDigest and Udemy focuses on the first steps in building a technology company. “Startup and Go” is a crash course on the first steps to launching a company. There are many courses online to help you learn new skills, Startup and Go is just prepared and put together for the entrepreneur who intends to start a new technology business. Existing entrepreneurs who have started businesses will equally benefit from this startup course.
“Startup and Go” is a collection of talks by Mint’s Aaron Patzer, Evernote CEO Phil Libin, Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams, the Founder Institute’s Adeo Ressi, and others.
Entrepreneurs interested in learning all about how to start a new technology business are encouraged to sign up and register to learn about the process of launching and building a new business. Taught by some of Founder Institute’s highest-rated Mentors, this course helps you create a strong foundation for a technology startup – from a properly researched idea, to a strong initial team.
Three basic topics covered by Startup and Go in lecture one includes – Startup Ideation, Startup Research, and Startup Hiring, Firing & Co-Founders. How do we best choose the best idea to pursue? What are the components of a good technology business idea? What is your key differentiator? What type of business will you build? How will you make money? Can you quickly articulate your idea? These are some of the questions you will find answers to when you register for this online course.
Lecture two helps you find answers related to your target market and how you can properly interpret your market. Dan Shapiro, founder and CEO of Sparkbuy Inc, a comparison shopping website recently acquired by Google is one of the lecturers for lecture two.
The last lecture(three) focuses on your dream team. It emphasis and helps you find answers to how you can find and convince great talent to take a chance on your idea. Who should you hire at the garage, seed, and funded stages? What types of management structure work best for tech startups? If you raise money, how will investors be involved?