Tech Startups - Startup Founders' Technology Accelerator
- Ability to put the learning into action
- Burning desire to achieve
- Zeal to learn something new
Leading a technology project can be a complex and daunting task. You are constantly filled with anxiety and worry.
But don’t worry. All you need is the right skill, experience, and mindset to get your tech projects started and on track in no time.
To support you - I have put together a mini-course that address some core issues which are always on tech startup founders’ minds.
All you have to do is take action and implement it.
Here are few things you will learn in this course:
Develop a positive mindset and unshakable belief in your abilities to ensure your long term success.
You cannot sell to everyone. Figure out who is your ideal customer and market to them with a laser focus.
Figure out a monetization strategy for your product or service early to build that much-needed cashflow.
Build Your MVP
Build an MVP quickly to get feedback from your customers and making sure you are going down the right path.
Secure Your System
Don't let hackers walk away with your customers' data. Protect the privacy and integrity of your data by proactively securing your systems.
Leverage Cutting Edge Tech
Seminal technologies like blockchain, machine learning, IoT, cloud computing are coming together to form a perfect wave of opportunity. Ride it now or lose out!
If you need any help in this or any other related matter, get in touch with us.
Who this course is for:
- Startup Founders
- Technology Professionals
- 04:27Case Study
I grew up in a small town in India. A friendly child, my home was troubled. I withdrew into my shell, becoming aloof and angry. At age 15, I started working in a factory where I labored 12 hours/day with only $2 as a daily salary.
LAST CHANCE BLOWN
Reading business magazines in the factory corner, a dream was born. Could I improve my life? Feeling certain I was destined for freedom, for a 15-year old - it seemed like a pipe dream. Education was the only way out. My friends left for college, but I couldn’t afford to pay. Had I blown my last chance?
A YEAR’S SALARY
In 1995, a new computer institute threw its doors open in our town. Tuition was greater than a year’s salary, but I scraped together funds for the first class where I found my passion: programming. I met my wife there and we fell madly in love. Our marriage was disapproved of! Ultimately I had to run away from home with only a suitcase full of clothes. After our marriage, we traveled to Canada and started a new life.
THE NEW LIFE
I had no contacts or resources, but I was determined to improve my life. I realized education and the right training was the only way for me to achieve my goals.
Somehow I managed to acquire modest education.
From there I went on to become a technical leader and CTO in multiple startups.
All this happened because of education and training. So I am very passionate about learning and sharing knowledge.
I favor pragmatic solutions over complex ones.
I favor scrappiness over lavishness.
I favor fast execution over endless deliberation.
I favor serving the CUSTOMER over my own desires to build something cool.
I favor bending the rules (without breaking them) over abiding by them.
I believe in the resiliency and adaptability of the human race, and I know we can overcome any challenge if we work together.