Your guide to startups from zero to IPO.
Entrepreneur and author Nir Eyal guides you through the "Hook Model," a four step process that companies can use to influence customer behavior. As screens are shrinking and the digital landscape becomes more and more crowded, user habits are the new key to startup success.
Melissa Bernstein quit her corporate job to start a toy company that has since grown to millions of dollars in revenue and over 650 employees. Learn how she went from selling door-to-door to a premium toy brand. Find out why founders should execute sales (even if you are not the salesman type) and why listening is your best secret sales weapon.
Josh Felser is a seasoned entrepreneur who cofounded Freestyle Capital after his companies were acquired by AOL and Sony. He gives a peek into Freestyle's culture, shares why diversity matters, and tells us how to manage investor relationships after the check is signed.
Renee Kaplan is Chief Strategy Officer at the Skoll Foundation, a leading organization investing in and celebrating social entrepreneurship. In the lesson, Kaplan shows you how to identify issues that are ripe for disruption and guides you through the fundamentals of social venture funding.
Aneesh Chopra was the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States. He built the foundation of open government and innovation in America. In this lesson, he shows you how data, innovation, and technology can be employed to fix some of the largest civic issues that we face today and how to create a better public/private interface.
How to best prototype an app - the resources needed, an analysis of higher vs. lower fidelity products, and how to most efficiently get customer feedback.
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