7startup Educational Videos: How to Succeed With A Startup
On the first of many 7startup Educational Videos, we cover How to Succeed With A Startup. In this video we go over many crucial topics that one must know if they are running a startup. Watch now and learn how to become an evangelical founder, what makes a good product, or why difficult startups are more likely to succeed.
1. A Good Product – Creating a good product is essential to a startup’s success. But how does one know whether they have a good product or not? Find out everything there is know in this section.
2. Real Trends vs. Fake Trends – What’s the difference between real and fake trends? Are there are approaches one can take to tell them apart? Find out in this section, plus examples of each.
3. Evangelical Founders – It’s important for a startup to have an evangelical founder. But what exactly is an evangelical founder? Tune in to find out.
4. Difficult Startups – What differentiates a difficult startup from an easy startup? Why do difficult startups tend to have more success? Find out in this section.
5. Managing Resources to Maximise Profit Potential – In this section we cover the key things that a founder can do to better balance cost effectiveness with meeting customer needs & ensuring the long-term sustainability of the business.
Amit has two decades of experience in the industry and an MBA. He supports entrepreneurs with every aspect of their business including concept and product development, investor presentations, and fundraising. Amit & 7startup assist startups in the pre due-diligence process and help connect them to our vast network of investors. Reach out to us today and see if we’re a fit!
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