Vet Your Startup Ideas With the Startup Matrix
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Startup Matrix is a logical system that separates good startup idea from those that should be forgotten.
Bronson Taylor, Co-Founder of DumbPunk, shares his secret formula to learn startup analysis. These nine variables will help you and your team decide whether or not you should execute on your idea before wasting any resources.
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|Section 1: Startup Matrix|
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|The nine variables of the Startup Matrix. A logical system that separates great ideas from those that should be forgotten.|
Doug Logue is a Product Manager and Growth Hacker for Dumb Punk and as a coder, designer, and marketer he's affectionately known as "The Unicorn" around the office (and yes, his tears are the cure for lethargy). He's been a student of startups for over a decade and he now educates future entrepreneurs through Udemy.
Bronson Taylor is a serial entrepreneur, startup advisor, instructor, author, and the host and co-founder of Growth Hacker TV, where the experts on startup growth reveal their secrets. His products have been featured on Mashable, ReadWrite, The Next Web, and many other places.
"Bronson Taylor has the antidote for the hype." -Ernst-Jan Pfauth, Editor in Chief at The Next Web