Got A Startup You Want To Launch?
Great. Let’s design the business model and put it on one page. Let’s ask all the nitty gritty questions, validate the market and develop a one-page marketing playbook. Let’s surround you with a great advisory team, run rough financials and take a look at what it will take- to succeed.
It doesn’t have to take long and it’s not expensive. The issue is taking the first step- it’s easier with someone whose already been there and done it a time or two.
Here’s how I launch ventures:
- 1-5 Day Startup Development Sessions
- Monthly coaching agreements
- 6 or 12 Month Startup Teaming agreements
photo by charles chan Startup Questions. Questions Are The Start Of Startup The startup journey begins with discovery and quickly moves into business modeling. In the early stages of business modeling there are only questions, or so it seems. Each question calls us further and further into understanding. Businesses are built on...
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Unleash the entrepreneur within. I love this social object by McLeod that illustrates tip number 4 perfectly. We can get all technical, review business models, competitive landscape’s, develop the best teams but none of that matters if the entrepreneur is not unleashing his or her very best. = We were all born creators- co-creators. Creative...
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