Description of the course: Sell it before you build it. It's challenging to market a finished product, but it's even more difficult to sell something that doesn't exist yet.
However, in this course, we'll show you how to use an actionable framework to generate pre-sales and validate your startup ideas. Real case studies will be included in all pre-selling strategies (in some cases taught by the founders of the pre-sold products).
All types of business structures and industries can benefit from these strategies. Even SaaS and marketplaces can be pre-sold (marketing automation SaaS Encharge pre-sold licenses for $4,000).
Description of the course: No Code MVP is a no-code course that lets you validate your business idea by creating an MVP and making some sales.
The course is designed by Bram Kanstein, an entrepreneur who launched two no-code products himself, one of which is the most upvoted product in Product Hunt. He delivers excellent information on how you may accomplish the same for your business idea and startup in the course's 9 chapters, starting with the fundamentals of starting a business and progressing to more difficult lessons like connecting different tools to automate things on your MVP.
Description of the course: How to Build a Startup is an excellent 9-lesson course for all new startup founders out there. Steve Blank and Kathleen Mullaney created this course for a single purpose - to help you succeed, from scratch!
The course's primary goal is to teach you how to come up with fantastic business ideas and rapidly test and validate them by obtaining feedback from customers.
Description of the course: If you’re looking for well-received entrepreneur courses, then Smart From Scratch is the right choice. Created by Pat Flynn, this online course is the way to learn how to know if your business idea will or won’t work.
Pat teaches how to develop a business idea, validate it, and determine whether it is worth pursuing. You'll also find out if your business idea has a market and how to test it.
Description of the course: You'll learn how to create a Minimum Viable Product and evaluate your startup idea in 30 days. It will teach you how to do lean validation experiments and, in the end, create an MVP without writing a single line of code.
This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to validate their business or feature ideas before investing years and millions of dollars into developing them. It's never easy to determine if you're offering the correct item at the appropriate moment when you're launching a new product.
You can get as close as possible to knowing whether your idea is the next iPhone or the next Apple Newton with One Month MVP.
Description of the course: Working with startups regularly in their accelerator, they discovered that, despite the abundance of excellent publications on lean methodologies, entrepreneurs struggle to put this information into reality.
Most schools consider the landing page the Holy Grail of lean startup and testing, the ultimate MVP, but life is far more complex, and a landing page is frequently insufficient.
They will demonstrate through examples what should be the MVP for your business model, how to choose the proper one for your needs, and what the additional benefits of MVP are in this course. They'll also offer you an estimate of how much it will cost and how long it will take to create the MVP.
Description of the course: Without knowing how to code, learn how to take ideas, validate them, and prototype them in one day. Improve your skills as an entrepreneur, product manager, marketing, manager, or a small business owner.
Learn how seasoned entrepreneurs come up with game-changing concepts and launch them with little time and no money upfront.
Are you ready to take the leap and finally follow your dream business idea? Are you sure you have the necessary abilities and time to succeed? Have you heard of the Lean Startup, the product framework that is reshaping the startup world? This course will teach you the abilities you'll need to succeed as an entrepreneur.
Description of the course: Starting a new company begins with an idea that must be refined via experimentation, iteration, and customer interactions. This course is for entrepreneurs seeking help and support in bringing their "great idea" to reality.
This course walks you through the process of actively validating your idea in the market and covering the fundamental principles of entrepreneurship. We want you to recognize and identify promising opportunities and develop and collect value from them.
You'll learn to gather feedback that methodically tests different aspects of your business idea by working through the course and completing the tasks. Interacting with potential clients, suppliers, partners, and investors outside of the course will help you understand how to do this. You'll gain confidence in pitching your idea as you go along. You should have a validated business plan that you can start right away by the end of the course.
Who’s behind the course: Allya Koesoema & Martin Bliemel
9) Business Idea Generation: How To Come Up With Business Ideas
Description of the course: Start a business, and you'll have the freedom and independence you've always wanted for the rest of your life.
Find out how to:
Get a lot of new business ideas.
Determine whether or not your business ideas are viable.
Learn how to gather feedback on your new business ideas using practical tactics.
Determine whether or not your business ideas are worth pursuing.
This course will teach you how to come up with many fresh business ideas, figure out what makes them good or bad, how to improve them all, plan them out as businesses and test them out, and then decide if you want to pursue them.
As you progress through the course, there are multiple worksheets and downloaded materials that you can use as exercises.
Description of the course: Learn how to take your product idea from concept to reality. This course is an excellent place for entrepreneurs and small businesses with product ideas for consumers or businesses.
The Path to Profit will walk you through the procedures necessary to determine whether your product idea has a realistic probability of commercial success.
You'll get all the information you need to decide whether or not to launch your product in just a few hours. You'll undertake trend, competitor, and customer needs analysis, as well as some fundamental financial analysis, over the course. Each session will be completed with a mock product to help illustrate and clarify each crucial stage.
Once you've finished the course, you'll have all the information you need to make a final decision on whether or not to launch your fantastic product idea!
Description of the course: What went wrong with your last business or product idea? Perhaps you believe it's because you didn't have enough money, a good enough team, or that you've fallen out of favor with the money gods. It didn't work because you didn't validate it previously; it failed.
It's not because you're not a coding ninja, a marketing master, or the next Steve Jobs; it's because you made a mistake and failed to pre-validate it. You did everything correctly, yet your idea was terrible, and you were completely unaware of it.
The Idea Validation course has taught more than 1200 students to avoid terrible business ideas like bullets in The Matrix. It's jam-packed with 8 hours of tested strategies.
Description of the course: Sadly, about 90% of new startups fail, and the patent office is overflowing with unsuccessful inventions. Why? Because most innovators and entrepreneurs fail to do a thorough Idea Validation, they wind up wasting thousands of dollars.
Inventors and entrepreneurs fall in love with their ideas and fail to assess whether there is a market or a need for them. We don't want you to be part of the 90%; we want you to be part of the 10%! To be successful and sensible with your money, you must first determine whether your concept has a market, addresses a problem, and can benefit a target audience.
This course includes the specially designed "Concept Validation" quiz, which will inform you whether your idea is worth pursuing or if you should go back to the drawing board.
The Entrepreneur Project was founded by a multimillionaire entrepreneur who knows firsthand how difficult it is to turn a concept into a reality. He has gone through all of the trials and tribulations of designing a product or starting a business.
Description of the course: So you've come up with a business idea. Perhaps you have a lot of ideas that have a lot of potential. How can you concentrate on the opportunity that will be the most fruitful and efficient use of your time? Brad Feld is a serial entrepreneur turned investor who has helped establish hundreds of businesses over the last 30 years, including his startup incubator, Techstars.
He runs through the first stages that any entrepreneur must take to establish whether an idea has merit: whether it is significant, relevant, and disruptive. He offers a framework for assessing an idea, its dangers, and the consequences of not pursuing it at all.
He then goes over how to examine your opportunity, product, market, and team in great detail. These processes establish the foundation for a successful startup, culminating in a refined and well-researched concept that you, your partners, customers, and possible investors can all support.
Description of the course: This course offers a comprehensive and proven method for turning unique ideas into profitable bussiness. It provides a step-by-step system based on the research of 1,447 successful startups and not merely a standard video course.
The course also walks you through the full process of developing, validating, and executing a business model, allowing you to launch your venture with confidence and without putting your finances at risk.
Description of the course: This course will teach you how to validate your product idea using numerous strategies and tools, such as performing market research, constructing prototypes, and running experiments. The training is interactive and practical, so you can apply what you've learned to your own product concept.