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Startup Bootcamp

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Description

This comprehensive course shows the way how to build a Startup around your innovative idea (product or service) and get initial traction without having to put high stakes at risk. It’s not just another video course, it’s a proven step-by-step system based on the research of 1,447 startups. It shows the way how to create, validate, and implement your whole business model.

If you are 100% focused on developing your startup and have no time for other stuff, this course is definitely for you! I’ve designed it as a 2 in 1 system: you learn by working on your startup! Short video lessons explain the very essence and give you practical tasks that you’ll have to do by working on your own startup.

By taking this course

  • You will be able to estimate the potential of your startup and craft a sustainable business model around it.
  • You will find out how to identify and manage risks, save time, money, and your energy creating profitable products and services, as well as increasing the likelihood that customers will enjoy them.
  • You will understand what insights and assumptions you need to check and what are the most appropriate ways to do that.
  • You will also discover the formula of an irresistible offer and will know how to make competition on price almost irrelevant to you.

This course will reveal how to improve your sales economy, even if you haven’t started selling yet. You will be able to effectively launch your product or service into the market, and get ready for scaling and the next investment round.

Idea Validation

  • Know yourself as an Entrepreneur
  • Idea Identification
  • Idea Shortlisting ( Market Research )
  • Idea Validation
  • Market Sizing ( How to estimate your target market size using top-down and bottom-up methods )
  • Target Segment
  • Define your startup business model

Business Plan

  • Go-To-Market Strategy
  • Operations Planning
  • HR / Team Planning
  • Fundraising Planning
  • Financial Planning
  • Product Planning
  • Sales Planning
  • Roadmap for Future

Fundraising

  • Fundraising Requirement
  • Types of Financing
  • Types of Investor
  • Types of Funding
  • Important Definitions
  • Term Sheet
  • Cap Table
  • How to create Pitch Deck
  • Valuation Metrics
  • When to Raise Funds
  • Why raise funds

Entrepreneurship Specialization – Wharton Shcool of Business ( our partner )

Advanced Pitching for Startups – Master Your Pitch Deck by Alberto Venditti

Downlodable Financial Model

Pitch Deck Templates

And a ton of BONUSES

What Will I Learn?

  • You will be able to estimate the potential of your startup and craft a sustainable business model around it.
  • You will find out how to identify and manage risks, save time, money, and your energy creating profitable products and services, as well as increasing the likelihood that customers will enjoy them.
  • You will understand what insights and assumptions you need to check and what are the most appropriate ways to do that.
  • You will also discover the formula of an irresistible offer and will know how to make competition on price almost irrelevant to you.
  • This course will reveal how to improve your sales economy, even if you haven’t started selling yet. You will be able to effectively launch your product or service into the market, and get ready for scaling and the next investment round.

Topics for this course

128 Lessons20h

IDEA VALIDATION

An Introduction to Idea Validation00:3:29
What is Idea Validation?00:8:15
Reasons of becoming an Entrepreneur00:16:08
Why you wanted to start at the first place?00:04:25
Know yourself as the Entrepreneur00:07:35
Exercise : Gift Discovery
Exercise : Passion Discovery
Exercise : Skill Discovery
Exercise : Talent Discovery
What is Startup?00:04:53
Essential Factors of Startup00:08:02
Types of Venture?00:8:12
Identification Of Idea00:3:18
Shortlisting of the Idea | A/B testing00:12:42
Understanding your Target Segment
Market Sizing
Analyzing Environment
Understanding Industry
Competitive Advantage

BONUS : WARTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ( IDEA VALIDATION )?

This section consist of Lectures from Warton School of Business, created in partnership with Startup School ( Startup Monk )

DESIGN THINKING?

You, or someone in your management chain, think that design thinking is the answer to all your problems. Now it’s up to you to make it work at your company. In this course, learn what’s involved in setting up a design thinking exercise to kick off a new project or subproject. Get tips for assembling your team, including how to determine who should be involved from across your organization. Discover what activities you need to perform to define the problem space, set goals, ideate on a solution, test that solution with a prototype, and then plan your implementation. Plus, learn about some of the common issues that can get in the way of a successful design thinking session, as well as the traps that people fall into when they do this for the first time. Follow along with an example project as it goes through the design thinking process. Along the way, watch the development team use design thinking to turn new ideas into a testable concept and full-featured product.

BUSINESS PLAN?

This section consists of Business Plan Module

FUNDRAISING

About the instructor

4.93 (28 ratings)

6 Courses

1099 students

Bootcamp
3,999.00

Material Includes

  • Financial Model Template
  • Pitch Deck Guideline
  • Pitch Deck Template
  • HR and Legal Template
  • Term Sheet Template
  • General Templates Required at the initial stages of your Startup

Requirements

  • No pre-requisite knowledge is required

Target Audience

  • Startup founders and anyone interested in building a successful startup
  • Entrepreneurs who have ideas or are already in the middle of a project
  • Small business owners who want to test their new business ideas before building
  • Marketers looking to test new products or create new sales funnels without significant spending upfront
  • Product Managers who don't want commit on new products or features without evidence of demand
  • Anyone trying to minimize the risk associated with their new venture
  • Anyone looking for new skills in the realms of entrepreneurship and marketing