If you have read the Founder’s Table series , or the story of any of the startups we featured, you are probably challenging yourself to take steps toward a working on a problem you can solve or a side hustle to call your own startup. Yet, the idea of launching a startup might be frightening, especially without a guide or mentor. But it need not be.
This why the TechPoint team is partnering with Wole Ogunlade; a growth marketer for early stage startups who is also one of our contributors to launch a free email course; “How to launch a startup in 1 month”.
Over the course of 11 days, you will receive free lessons, delivered by email, from already successful experts and you will be joined by thousands of entrepreneurs like you on a mission to launch successful startups and online businesses.
This series is for anyone interested in someday running their own business. Even if you are considering doing this as a side project, you can find this course as a great starting point. You’ll learn how to transform an idea into an operating business. By participating, you will discover the important questions to ask and resources that will be there to help you when the time comes to launch your venture.
The free email course focuses on 3 things:
- How To Generate Ideas That Become Meaningful MVP Product.
- Strategies to get your product to your customers.
- Turn your customer to more revenue and referral.
There are bonuses to be given away before the course ends. One is a free consultation with Dotun Olowoporoku of Starta and a User testing ticket to analyse how real people use your product and to identify problem areas in your user interface courtesy of Test Everything.
Registration ends on 19th June, 2016, you can secure you spot by signing up now .
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