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What is The Lean Startup?
 
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This video describes the Lean Startup philosophy, what a minimum viable product is, how the build-measure-learn feedback loop works, and the advantages of the model. Created by http://launchsparkvideo.com
Views: 103932 LaunchSpark Video
Introduction to business 1: Business structures
 
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Should you operate your new business as a sole trader, partnership, or company? In this animated video, Inland Revenue explains three common business structures.
The Definition of A Good Startup
 
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Rich Barton, Chairman of Zillow says a good startup is defined by its team and audience. http://www.thestreet.com/video/12032938/the-definition-of-a-good-startup.html Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
Steve Blank: What's the definition of startup?
 
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For the full interview check here : http://youtu.be/1RTcXwJuCaU
Views: 2001 entrepreneur2013
Start @ a Startup
 
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Views: 17708 Sequoia Capital
Startup: class no. 002 what are the costs to operate an startup?
 
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This course is presented by Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245 Learn the key tools and steps to build a successful startup (or at least reduce the risk of failure). An introduction to the basics of Steve Blank's famous Customer Development process, where entrepreneurs "get out of the building" to gather massive amounts of customer and marketplace feedback, and then use that feedback to continuously iterate and evolve their startup business models, improving the chances of success at every step.
Views: 977 Alan Saberi
Go Startup | Everything you need to start a business
 
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http://www.go-startup.co.uk Go Startup provides you with all the resources you need to start your business. ► A .co.uk domain name ► Website hosting ► 3 page website designed and uploaded ► Unlimited email accounts on your .co.uk domain name ► 45 - 60 second animated video for your product or service ► £75 Google Adwords Voucher (£25 initial spend on Adwords required) ► Blog setup and integration ► Social media accounts setup ► Local business telephone number (limited to area check website for available areas) ► CRM system setup ► Ability to receive Direct Debits ► PayPal payment integration ► Google Local setup ► Telephone support
Thinking About Think Tanks: What Are They and What Do They Do?
 
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Think tanks set out to inform and influence public policy ideas and decisions. And yet, the ways they actually achieve impact or measure progress remain unclear and underexplored. Andrew Selee, the Wilson Center's Vice President for Programs, explores these issues and more in his new book, "What Should Think Tanks Do? A Strategic Guide for Policy Impact."
Views: 12969 WoodrowWilsonCenter
What is A Start-Up?
 
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Crowdfunding for Start-Ups and Small Business
 
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The concept of crowdfunding, seen as the next phase in the democratization of finance, has captured the attention of investors, entrepreneurs, technologists and the media. It can be defined as a means of raising capital for a project or enterprise through the pooling of numerous, small contributions or investments from the public, usually via the Internet. Last year, entrepreneurs around the world raised an estimated $2.8 billion through crowdfunding. The bipartisan Jumpstart Our Business Startups(JOBS) Act, passed in the U.S. in 2012, seeks to open the market for securities crowdfunding, enabling average investors to purchase debt and equity in enterprises ranging from startup companies and mom and pop shops to real estate. Additionally, the law lifts the ban on general solicitation, allowing companies to mass market securities to accredited investors, which could spur a sea change in capital raising. Join us for a discussion about maximizing the promise of crowdfunding while minimizing risks to investors and entrepreneurs.
Views: 29968 Milken Institute
Quel est le rôle d'un incubateur ?
 
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Vidéo d'explication du rôle et l'offre d'un incubateur, basé sur l'exemple de l'incubateur CREALYS.
Views: 10859 Incubateur CREALYS
New Business Startup
 
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A seasoned professional looking to enter the energy industry engaged Discovery Energy as a resource to build a scalable utility auditing business.
Views: 80 Fabrica Creative
How to start a small business - fundamental formula
 
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Starting & Managing a Business - Small Business Administration www.sba.gov/category/navigation-structure/starting-managing-business‎ Resources from the United States Small Business Administration cover planning, finance, marketing, employment, taxes, and legal issues. How to Start a Small Business in a Few Hours | Inc.com www.inc.com/.../how-to-start-a-small-business-in-a-few-hours.ht...‎ by Jeff Haden - in 139 Google+ circles Oct 12, 2012 - Starting a business is surprisingly simple--you just need to take the first step. Here's how to get through the administrative hurdles faster than ... 4 Ways to Start a Small Business - wikiHow www.wikihow.com › ... › Business › Buying & Forming a Business‎ How to Start a Small Business. Are you one of those who dream of owning your own business? You'll be your own boss, and the captain of your ... Starting a Business & Startup Funding | Entrepreneur.com www.entrepreneur.com/startingabusiness/index.html‎ The latest startup ideas and small business planning for entrepreneurs. Everything you need to know when starting a business from ideas to funding. Small Business 101 - How to Get Started - NYTimes.com www.nytimes.com/2007/05/02/business/smallbusiness/01websb101.html‎ May 2, 2007 - And it has never been easier to lay the groundwork for starting a small business. Many tools are available on the Internet and at libraries to aid ... 7 Tips for Starting Your Own Small Business - ABC News abcnews.go.com › Money Sep 5, 2011 - With flat job numbers and few solutions to get Americans back to work, starting your own business can be your path to financial recovery. In fact ... Starting a Business - Internal Revenue Service www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-&-Self.../Starting-a-Business‎ Starting a Business. Listed below are links to basic federal tax information for people who are starting a business, as well as information to assist in making basic ...
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LinkedIn Speaker Series: Eric Ries on the Lean Startup's Definition of Quality
 
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Eric Ries, the author of The Lean Startup, chats with LinkedIn Executive Chairman and co-founder Reid Hoffman about what quality should mean for entrepreneurs. "Quality is really in the eye of the beholder," Ries says. "For a for-profit company, quality is defined by the customers and what they want. If we are misaligned with the customer about what quality means, then all the extra time we take to polish all the edges and get everything right is actually wasted time because we wind up pushing the product away from what the customer actually wants."
Views: 5670 LinkedIn
Paulo Veras: How to scale your Company from Startup to Business | The Next Web
 
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Find out more about The Next Web Conference: http://thenextweb.com/conference/ Don't miss out on our TNW Conference USA 2014: http://thenextweb.com/conference/usa/
Views: 4572 TNW
Start Up Business: Paper Work and Staying Legal In Business
 
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Paper Work and Staying Legal In Business It's a long(ish) one folks, grab a drink... Todays vlog is all about being legal, the legal structures of businesses and being organised with your financial paper work, within your business. It's a hard topic to make quickly or pimped-up-mad-funny I'm afraid! :-/ PS - There is some footage of my dog to liven things up a little :-) In todays vlog we talk about: 1. What ALL businesses need to be legal 2. Definition and requirements of a sole trader 3. Definition and requirements of a partnership 4. Definition and requirements of a Limited company Also covered: 5. A quick and simple way to organise your financial paperwork 6. Cloud technology for bookkeeping and what it can do for your business HOMEWORK LINKS: Gov.uk - Guide to legal documents -https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/31676/11-1399-guide-legal-forms-for-business.pdf The Law Donut - Top 20 FAQs for a start up - http://www.lawdonut.co.uk/law/starting-up/starting-a-business-20-faqs HMRC - Guide to a start up business -http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/startingup/ Which Business model Is Right For You? - Maid In Business Post on the pro's and cons of the different legal structures - http://maidinbusiness.com/which-business-models-is-right-for-your-cleaning-service/ How to scan your receipts for the HMRC - https://www.receipt-bank.com/hmrc-accept-scanned-receipts/ Kashflow link - http://kf.cm/10aoMe7 Other Cloud based account systems to check out - http://www.zdnet.com/11-up-and-coming-cloud-accounting-applications-7000018614/ CONNECT WITH ME ON THE INTERNET: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/maidinbusiness Twitter http://www.twitter.com/maidinbusiness Pintrest http://www.pintrest.com/maidinbusiness Google + http://www.google.com/+maidinbusiness Want to know more about Kelly? Linked In http://www.linkedin.com/in/kellymward About Me http://www.about.me/kelly.ward Personal Twitter http://www.twitter.com/madamward Personal Pintrest http://www.pintrest.com/madamward Personal Google + http://www.google.com/+kellywardmadamward Thursday video: Sales Vs Marketing See you then, K x
Views: 539 Maid In Business
Stanford's Startup Garage Teaches Entrepreneurship
 
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Take an inside look at Stanford's "Startup Garage" class, where students go from concept to company over the course of two quarters. Interdisciplinary teams from across the university work together to develop, prototype and test a new product or service, create a business model, and pitch investors for seed funding. Professor Stefanos Zenios says the class emphasizes design thinking and encourages students to engage directly with potential customers. Veteran venture capitalists Russell Siegelman and Richard Lin help the students hone their pitches. And many students get funding from angel investors and venture capitalists to develop their businesses, and go on to pursue careers as Silicon Valley entrepreneurs after graduation. Learn more about Startup Garage (S356): http://startup.gsb.stanford.edu Video produced by Steve Fyffe.
Business Startup Costs
 
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The first thing I ever did to earn extra money was to mow yards in my neighborhood. this is the first business experience for many teenagers. If this were to be your next home business, what would you expect to pay for your startup? Would you buy the cheapest mower for $150 or the 26 HP riding mower outside for $2799? http://www.brackett.igniteinc.biz http://www.facebook.com/CleanNationPartners
Views: 58 Neal Brackett
What Are The Top 5 Tips For Starting A Trucking Company?
 
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Hello again, Mike Lawrence here from InsureMyRig.com, the premier trucking insurance agent on the web. InsureMyRig.com is your best source for trucking insurance information, fast quotes, and great customer service. Today, I'm going to give you my Top 5 Tips for starting a trucking company! With the nation's economy in full-blown recovery, there are opportunities for smart businesspeople to start their own company, and drive towards the American dream. Startup businesses have a high failure rate, and trucking companies run on thin profit margins. Hopefully, my tips can help you to not become one of those statistics; so, let's go take a look at our list. Tip #1 Start with one or more core customers In the bar/restaurant business, it's said that your regulars are the ones who keep the lights on; they are the ones you count on to pay the bills, and you need to treat them like gold. Core customers, who can promise regular loads and prompt payment are a huge asset; relying on brokers or internet load boards takes up much of your management time chasing loads and money. Use those broker loads to fill in the gaps...but depend on, and work hard to cultivate good core customers. Tip #2 Have 90-120 days operating capital on hand before starting Trucking is not an inexpensive business to start. Truck payments, registrations, insurance and definitely fuel will drain your bank account even faster than my wife can drain mine! Even in a best-case scenario, you will not get paid for hauling a load within 60 days of doing the work; most shippers and brokers pay anywhere from 90-120 days after, and during those days, your wheels still need to be turning. One of the biggest reasons for new venture failure is a lack of good financial planning, so protect yourself from that pitfall and you'll increase your likelihood of long-term business success. Tip #3 Improve your credit rating Speaking of good financial planning...do you know what your credit score is? There are many internet sites where you can get a credit report, such as freecreditscore.com; make sure you check your report for accuracy prior to startup and dispute any discrepancies. Truck dealers, insurance underwriters, and banks will all use your credit score to determine lending and premium rates. A good credit score will make a huge difference in your business's bottom line; and generating profit is a bussiness's primary goal. Get good credit, and keep it good by paying your bills on time, every time. Tip #4 Start Small An entrepreneur, by definition, is a risk-taker; someone who wants control over their future. A smart entrepreneur knows not to take on TOO much...too much risk, too much debt, and too much work! Trust me, as your own driver, manager, bookkeeper and salesman, you will have plenty of tasks to keep you busy in your first 12 months. My advice would be to concentrate on all of those; and not worry yet about hiring new drivers until you've got a very tight understanding and control of your other duties. Besides, no one else is going to take care of your business and your customers as well as you can. Start small, and grow carefully. Tip #5 Pick 3 professional advisers All businesses need outside professional advice; and trucking is a very specialized business. Make sure that your accountant, lawyer and insurance agent all are experienced in handling trucking accounts; this is a bad time to pick your brother-in-law to be your business attorney! All of the outside advisers that you use should be able to provide references of other satisfied trucking clients. Our family-owned insurance agency, for example, has been serving the truck industry for 80 years, and we are members of local, state and national trucking associations. We can provide you with competitive quotes from A-rated insurance carriers, and help to make sure you stay compliant with government regulations. We're the best! That's it for this time around. I hope you find this information helpful; if you have further questions or comments feel free to email me at [email protected] Drive safely out there!
Views: 100581 InsureMyRigdotcom
Lean UX for Startups and Enterprise: Ten Secrets to Success
 
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FROM THE 2013 MoDevUX Conference www.modevux.com We have consulted with startups and large enterprises seeking to produce the right product (e.g., mobile app, web application) faster. We will reveal the remarkable similarities between startups and large organizations seeking to be as nimble as startups. In a majority of cases the challenges were the same: - they were not sure how to speed development - they had difficulty balancing user and business needs - they typically had strong development teams with established methodologies that had blended agile and waterfall methodologies - they typically had little user experience expertise or input in the existing designs - designs / development builds were underway but the results of the designs were unsatisfying to users We have done LeanUX design projects with a number of clients continuously testing and honed our process by testing various techniques: - rapid iterative design and improvement (design thinking) - brain storming sessions (design thinking) - design studios (traditional art school critiquing process) - rapid prototyping, usability testing and revision We also want to share the pitfalls as you start to get involved in lean startup including having: - The "genius designer" mentality within the UX team - The "stay in the building until the product is ready" mentality - Different internal groups (design, development) that work against each other - Executives that swoop down and influence (aka hijack) the process - Too little contact between the designers and other team members - Too many chefs leading to poor focus - The anti-cheerleader who always says "No!" Through a series of case studies we will describe the processes and flow that worked best for both large enterprises small startups: - Conducting a strategy workshop to align the team on business and user needs - Rapidly developing personas and scenarios as a team with all stakeholders - Conducting a design studio with all stakeholders to agree on the design directions to explore - Rapidly iterated prototype and guerilla testing - Creating non-technical, but partially functional prototypes through available tools (e.g., Axure, Proto IO, iRise) Nearly every group we worked asked: - Does this work for a company like mine (Startup, Enterprise, Healthcare, Government, etc.)? - What was the composition of the most successful LeanUX teams? Number of team members? Types of expertise? - How did the process differ between Startups and Large Enterprises? Come to our talk and find out our secrets for Lean UX success! John Whalen (Founder and UX Lead at Brilliant Experience) John Whalen leads Brilliant Experience -- a consultancy using LeanUX, Agile and Design Thinking methodologies to provide UX insights, strategy and ideation to create brilliant experiences for startups and Fortune 500 clients. John specializes in understanding the audience perspective and finding the ideal balance between user experience, business needs and technological possibility. He has experience (and great stories to tell from) working with clients in the financial, healthcare, ecommerce and government verticals. He is studying the how mobile devices are changing our everyday behaviors. John holds a PhD in Cognitive Science from Johns Hopkins University and is the VP of UXPA-DC.
Views: 48799 Modev
Finance for Startups
 
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This 2-hour session on start-up accounting & finance will help you better manage the numbers to achieve success. Learn how to get meaningful, accurate, and timely financial reports through proper setup of your accounting system with our winning chart of accounts and a checklist for month-end closing procedures. The session will include an overview of accounting procedures and a walk-through of our free templates for weekly metrics, budgeting, and forecasting. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Growing with Pinterest - Pinterest Marketing for Startups" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spjaZRokMVo -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How to pitch your business idea
 
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Irene Bejenke Walsh, Director of Messagelab provides tips on how to prepare a pitch for investors, partners or customers. Irene covers what makes a good pitch, how to begin a pitch, how to talk about your product and more. Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/Innovateuk?sub_confirmation=1 for more tips for startups and SMEs and to learn more about achieving Innovate UK funding.
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3 ways to value a company - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Valuing a company is more art than science. Tim Bennett explains why and introduces three ways potential investors can get started. Related links… • How to value a company using discounted cash flow (DCF) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfcRUzKZZE8 • How to value a company using net assets - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV68zoBKTJE • What is a balance sheet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuKEcxVplnY MoneyWeek videos are designed to help you become a better investor, and to give you a better understanding of the markets. They’re aimed at both beginners and more experienced investors. In all our videos we explain things in an easy-to-understand way. Some videos are about important ideas and concepts. Others are about investment stories and themes in the news. The emphasis is on clarity and brevity. We don’t want to waste your time with a 20-minute video that could easily be so much shorter.
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How a Corporate Enterprise Runs a Startup Company
 
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Learn how SafeNet, a large corporate enterprise, incubated a startup company within the traditional walls of its enterprise organization. The idea behind it was to be able to separate a group out, and give them the freedom to innovate into products and areas that the company wouldn't do if it followed the usual process of priorities and the type of product programs that exist today. It fosters an environment of entrepreneurship where things can move quickly, be disruptive, be new, and not part of typical corporate culture. You will also hear about the the first project from SafeNet Labs, SafeMonk, a Dropbox encryption solution.
Views: 388 SafeMonk
Joint Startup Explained
 
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We are a matchmaker for great ideas and top business talent. Joint Startup is a unique platform that connects entrepreneurs from around the world with graduate students from the best business schools in the US to work together to launch joint business ventures in the US.
Views: 441 JointStartup
How to create a startup with outsourcing
 
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In this video, I will teach you how to find the right idea, market research, solution, developing and all this using outsourcing.
Views: 111 Sebastian Araos
Recruitment Startup Services, Do You Need Recruitment Software for your startup business?
 
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Recruitment Software is needed in recruitment startup business. Integrated recruitment website which is web based staffing software. www.christineblackledge.com enhance your performance in recruiting business startup. Database management for startup recruitment agency. Cloud base which is online based software is a great option and can be accessed any where great for being out and about with client visits and staffing systems. Reliable server based recruitment software is needed to grow your own recruitment business. Customized rcruitment software for your industry for example Nursing agency startup or IT recruitment agency temps or permanent staffing agency to meet your needs. Keep you recruitment business startup business organized. This is a great management systems which can be automated and save you time. Increase your efficiency with day to day tasks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVDCFkdzqJ8
Startup: class no. 002 Business Model Canvas Value Proposition
 
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This course is presented by Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245 Learn the key tools and steps to build a successful startup (or at least reduce the risk of failure). An introduction to the basics of Steve Blank's famous Customer Development process, where entrepreneurs "get out of the building" to gather massive amounts of customer and marketplace feedback, and then use that feedback to continuously iterate and evolve their startup business models, improving the chances of success at every step.
Views: 7335 Alan Saberi
Johnathan Rees | Why The First Legal Steps For Starting-up A Business Matter So Much
 
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“Your objectives and aspirations will influence the form of business structure that you should be adopting.” — They say you'll make most of your mistakes in the first 3 months of business. How you set up your company, what legal status, what type of shares are all big decisions. They are the decisions that we think aren't that important, only to find out years later how wrong you were. So this is important if you're starting up a business. Johnathan provides an informative overview of the legal steps and considerations in start-ups and how objectives and aspirations influence the business structure. He concentrates on the role of the private company and the roles and responsibilities of the individuals within the company along with its ownership, management and exit. Johnathan is a corporate lawyer with commercial law firm Joelson Wilson, based in London’s West End. He is part of the firm’s Food and Drink team which advises companies across the food and beverage, leisure and retail sectors. He advises businesses on a variety of corporate transactions from mergers and acquisitions and private equity fundraisings to commercial agreements. Welsh, and a former rugby player, Johnathan cites an interest in people and their businesses as key to the corporate lawyer’s role.
Views: 1079 Do Lectures
Startup 101 | Ep. 2 IPO | COIN
 
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Preparing for your Initial Public Offering? Let our expert Robert Eldrich (Charlie Hewson) show you the ropes! http://www.linkedin.com/pub/robert-eldrich/86/a47/627 Hey young entrepreneurs! "Startup 101" gives you all the keys to the startup palace! Learn valuable terms, real world examples, and pertinent explanations from experts like these! Featuring Charlie Hewson, Peter Gilroy, Jason Horton, CourtneyPants, and Ceciley Jenkins. Subscribe for new episodes weekly! Yay Business! COIN Welcome to ¢oin, a new Premium YouTube channel for those of us making our own rules and reinventing success in the 21st century. We highlight people and businesses who create, build, reinvent, and follow their dreams. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/ZPMtcI VISIT US ON THE WEB: http://bit.ly/11mvQ9y LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/13gLzvV FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: http://bit.ly/14aUC0B FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/Z4O9zN FIND US ON FLICKR: http://bit.ly/Yv4awr FOLLOW US ON PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/14fHszN Startup 101 | Ep. 2 IPO | COIN
Views: 3655 Coin
Startup: class no. 001 So, Why Do Startups Fail?
 
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This video is about to how view these series of videos. This course is presented by Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245 Learn the key tools and steps to build a successful startup (or at least reduce the risk of failure). An introduction to the basics of Steve Blank's famous Customer Development process, where entrepreneurs "get out of the building" to gather massive amounts of customer and marketplace feedback, and then use that feedback to continuously iterate and evolve their startup business models, improving the chances of success at every step.
Views: 382 Alan Saberi
The CTO's Role in a Tech Startup - Mark Herschberg, MadisonLogic
 
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www.pace.edu/elab http://bit.ly/elabCTOrole The CTO's Role in a Tech StartUp By Mark A. Herschberg, CTO, MadisonLogic Educated at MIT (with degrees in physics, EE/CS, and a masters in cryptography) Mark has spent his career launching and fixing new ventures at startups, Fortune 100s, and academia. Mark has worked at and consulted to number startups typically taking on roles in general management, operations, and technology. He has been involved from inception and fundraising through growth and sale of the company. These startup companies have included a wireless application platform, online advertising, lead generation, OLAP, and new language development. Mark was instrumental in launching ServiceLive.com Sears online home services labor market; he also helped fix NBCs online video marketplace (now Hulu.com). In academia Mark spent a year at HBS working with two finance professors to create the upTick system now used to teach finance at many of the top business schools. At MIT Mark helped to start the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program at which he teaches annually along with his teaching at SUNY Levin Institute. Currently Mark is the CTO of MadisonLogic. In his spare time Mark works with numerous non-profits and was one of the top ranked ballroom dancers in the country.
Logistics is the most powerful Force in a growing business today : Sanjiv Kathuria
 
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Entrepreneur India 2013, the 3rd National Convention on Entrepreneurship has become the marquee entrepreneurship event on building enterprising entrepreneurs in India. The event attracted over 300 leading entrepreneurs and members from the Indian investor community together with CEO's and professionals leading Growth oriented organizations. Held by Franchise India Media on 6th & 7th July 2013 at The Claridges, Surajkund, Delhi NCR. With more than 400+ attendees, 70+ Global experts and 30+ award categories, along with market reach through print, electronic and cyber media includes 800,000 emails to 45000 entrepreneurs, 25+ associations, electronic and print coverage of worth more than 75 lacs, Entrepreneur India provides a common platform to increase its area of business. The mission was to capture the business logic of the networked era while keeping a sharp eye for what is relevant, real, and actionable for opening a treasure trove of real possibilities for business to grow in a new world. Entrepreneur India 2013 aimed to reach out to the larger community by creating multiple platforms of interaction beyond the scope of the main event. Entrepreneur India is designed for business owners, women entrepreneurs, start-ups, and student's enablers to provide the entire entrepreneurial ecosystem with a nurturing environment in which all could learn through the sharing of knowledge, experience information. The convention is designed on the theme of 7i's which are: Inspire Ideate, Individualize, Incubate, Innovate, and Invest and internationalize. To celebrate entrepreneurs who have contributed extensively towards the growth of entrepreneurship in our country, Franchise India also organizes the prestigious Entrepreneur India Awards along with the convention. The awards give national recognition to the most inspiring entrepreneurial entities across the country in their respective sectors.
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How to Plan a Menu | Restaurant Business
 
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Watch more How to Get into the Restaurant Business videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/506567-How-to-Plan-a-Menu-Restaurant-Business A restaurant's menu is a very powerful brand statement. In fact, you are what you serve, when it comes to a restaurant menu. The question might be how do you plan a restaurant menu? One thing that's very important to keep in mind is that your restaurant menu will have a very powerful impact on many parts of your restaurant business. It will determine how many people you need in the kitchen to produce the food. It will determine many of your price points. It will determine how your business performs from the point of view of check average. How much is each person going to spend when they eat at your restaurant? And you have a lot of decisions to make when you plan your restaurant menu to make sure that it delivers what you want it to in terms of your idea. In terms of how you want the restaurant to feel for the guests and for your staff. One of the first questions you're going to ask yourself is: How does a restaurant menu embody my idea for my restaurant? If you want to have a southwestern cuisine restaurant, pretty obviously, you need to have a menu that delivers that kind of food. You also want to know how many items you're going to offer your guests. Will you expect them to order a la carte, individual items from the menu, or will you expect them to order what's called "prix fixe", or a fixed priced menu, where they spend one price for multiple courses. All of this depends on the style of your restaurant, the level of service, the level of price that you're expecting your guests to pay. When you're working on your menu it's important to start asking yourself, what is the guest going to think when they see this menu? They may see your menu online. They may see your menu for the first time when they sit down in your restaurant. What are they going to feel? What are they going to think? Are they going to say "Ooh, I want that!" or are they going to be overwhelmed by too many choices? Does the menu make them feel comfortable? Does it make them feel excited? Does it make them feel bored? Does it make them feel overwhelmed? How does the guest feel about the menu and the items on it? Also, what does the menu say about your concept of food? Do you provide seasonal ingredients? Or are you the kind of restaurant that's serving asparagus in December? Do you serve local produce or you serve everything under the sun? It's very important to think like a guest when you're planning a menu. What are the choices I want to make? What are the choices I want to have and how are they going to affect my enjoyment of my meal? Another important thing to know about planning a menu is that a menu should not be something that's engraved in stone and never changes. You need to change your menu and you need to create a menu that you expect to change. There will be dishes that will be more seasonally appropriate. You're not going to sell a lot of beef stew in August in New York City. You need to think about what do people want to eat at different times of year? What is appealing to people at different times of year? Now, if you're really lucky, you'll have a dish that people love so much they come back for it. What you would call a signature dish. A dish that people say, "Oh. I've got to go to that restaurant because I have to have --that--". Well, people become very attached to those dishes. So there's an interesting balance to find. You have to add new things to keep the excitement for your regular guests. You have to hold on to those signature dishes that people keep coming back for again and again. Change your menu seasonally. Think about signature items that people will associate with your business. And keep it fresh. Add new things to keep people interested in your menu.
Views: 70278 Howcast
Eric Ries-Building the Minimum Viable Product
 
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In the successful build-out of a lean startup, entrepreneur and author Eric Ries suggests adapting the rules of creating the minimum viable product. Rather than getting the product "right"; or employing the "release early, release often" philo
Views: 43737 Entrepreneurship.org
Startup: class no. 001 How Do We Educate Entrepreneurs?
 
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This course is presented by Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245 Learn the key tools and steps to build a successful startup (or at least reduce the risk of failure). An introduction to the basics of Steve Blank's famous Customer Development process, where entrepreneurs "get out of the building" to gather massive amounts of customer and marketplace feedback, and then use that feedback to continuously iterate and evolve their startup business models, improving the chances of success at every step.
Views: 313 Alan Saberi
Startup: class no. 002 distribution channels
 
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This course is presented by Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245 Learn the key tools and steps to build a successful startup (or at least reduce the risk of failure). An introduction to the basics of Steve Blank's famous Customer Development process, where entrepreneurs "get out of the building" to gather massive amounts of customer and marketplace feedback, and then use that feedback to continuously iterate and evolve their startup business models, improving the chances of success at every step.
Views: 1017 Alan Saberi
In Conversation: Eric Ries on How to be Entrepreneurial Inside a Big Company
 
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In the first video interview of this five-part series, Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, tells Paul Michelman, executive editor at strategy+business, that entrepreneurs exist everywhere—and discusses what that means for innovation at big companies. For more related insights, read " Why Eric Ries Likes Management" at http://strat.bz/ooQlR6k.
Views: 2128 strategyandbusiness
What is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) for a Startup
 
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A Minimum Viable Product has just those features that allow the product to be deployed, and no more. The product is typically deployed to a subset of possible customers, such as early adopters that are thought to be more forgiving, more likely to give feedback, and able to grasp a product vision from an early prototype or marketing information. It is a strategy targeted at avoiding building products that customers do not want, that seeks to maximize the information learned about the customer per dollar spent. "The minimum viable product is that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort." The definition's use of the words maximum and minimum means it is decidedly not formulaic. It requires judgment to figure out, for any given context, what MVP makes sense. Depending on your industry and your competition MVP might be different. Releasing and assessing the impact of a minimum viable product is a market testing strategy that is used to screen product ideas soon after their generation. It is facilitated by Rapid Application Development tools and languages common to web application development. The MVP differs from the conventional market testing strategy of investing time and money early to implement a product before testing it in the market. The MVP is intended to ensure that the market wants the product before a large time and monetary investment is made. The MVP differs from the open source methodology of release early, release often that listens to users, letting them define the features and future of the product. The MVP starts with a product vision, which is maintained throughout the product life cycle, although it is adapted based on the explicit and implicit (indirect measures) feedback from potential future customers of the product.
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Debt VS Equity : How to choose the right startup funding structure?
 
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Cash is a big portion of making any company successful, but not always do the founders have enough cash to fund their business. In this episode we will talks about whether you should get loan (debt) or sell equity to raise funds for your business/startup. You are going under Debt whenever you take loan that you promise to pay back. You are giving away equity when you sell part interest in the company in return of some funds. This video defines the difference between debt vs equity, discusses various advantage & disadvantage of going one way or the other. When should companies choose debt over equity or vice versa. Raising the right kind of capital is very important, and can change the future of the company or your stake in it. So consider very carefully which way would be ideal for your scenario.
Views: 4243 NEXTBIGWHAT.TV
George Bilbrey, Running a Lean Startup Sales Process, The Lean Startup Conference 2012 - 12/3/12
 
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Running a Lean Startup Sales Process by George Bilbrey, Return Path, Inc.,
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Harvard i-lab | Accelerate Your Startup Research for the Challenges
 
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Accelerate Your Startup Research for the Challenges Rev up your startup research with help from librarians from across the Harvard Library system! This dynamic, interactive workshop will focus on your startup research challenges, questions and concerns. We'll show you tips and tricks to more strategically and effectively approach your research. Not sure where to start? Not sure which libraries and sources are available to you? Not sure which databases hold the information that your team needs? Librarians will help with all of these questions (and more!) to ensure your research success in the competitive startup environment. We'll help you to: Discover discipline-specific tools and strategies to chart the frontiers of research and practice. Understand the wealth of information that you have access to via the libraries- including information on regulations and advances in the sciences. Scan the current business environment that you'll be entering; identify competitors; research an industry, company or market. Identify important links between education, venture creation and entrepreneurial performance. Leading the discussion: Sarah Dickinson, Loeb Library, Harvard Graduate School of Design Meghan Dolan, Baker Library, Harvard Business School Deb Garson, Gutman Library, Harvard Graduate School of Education Ramona Islam, Harvard College Library Lisa Junghahn, Langdell Library, Harvard Law School Kristen Koob, Harvard Kennedy School Library David Osterbur, Countway Library, Harvard Medical School
Carlos Espinal - Incubator vs Accelerator | Silicon Real
 
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FREE 1:1 BUSINESS CONSULTATION CALL: https://londonreal.tv/call NEW MASTERCLASS EACH WEEK: http://londonreal.tv/masterclass-yt 2019 SUMMIT TICKETS: http://londonreal.tv/sytd/ Carlos Espinal, Partner at Seedcamp SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonReal Carlos Eduardo Espinal is a Partner at Seedcamp, Europe's leading micro-seed investment and mentoring programme with over 100 of Europe's most promising startups. The standard investment is €50,000 for 8-10% percent equity with about 20 new startups added globally each year. Link to the Founder's Collaboration Agreement http://www.seedcamp.com/2012/11/seedhack-founders-collaboration-agreement-version-2-0.html History on Incubators http://thebln.com/2011/06/do-we-need-startup-factories-notes-on-nestas-round-table-on-european-acceleration-programmes/ Definition of Accelerator vs. Incubators http://www.startupcfo.ca/2011/06/incubators-vs-accelerators/ http://www.seedcamp.com WEBSITE http://www.SiliconReal.com FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/SiliconReal TWITTER http://twitter.com/SiliconReal iTUNES https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/episodes-your-site-title/id668705287?mt=2 "Cut & Run" & "Our Story Begins" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) - London Real Academy: BUSINESS ACCELERATOR: https://londonreal.tv/biz LIFE ACCELERATOR: https://londonreal.tv/life BROADCAST YOURSELF: https://londonreal.tv/by SPEAK TO INSPIRE: https://londonreal.tv/inspire #LondonReal #Motivation
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B2B Marketing for intrapreneurs - Shira Abel (Corporate Startup Summit 2013)
 
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Learn more about the importance of a strong marketing strategy and how to create one -- all the way down to the tactics that work for starting B2B companies, about concrete strategies at launch as well as the general psychology of building habits. This is a great refresher for experienced marketers that helps explain to engineers why marketers do what they do. This is an interactive session -- get involved and ask questions during the presentation as well as before.
What is PR
 
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PR stands for Public Relations, yet many people don't really understand what the term actually means. A good definition for PR is that it's the reputational vehicle by which your company becomes well-known and well-respected. Companies really start to understand PR when their reputation is in danger. When your reputation is at risk, you can't compete, you can't sell and you can't pay your bills. It's very scary. So why should you be proactive in your PR? By incorporating a PR strategy into your marketing and sales process, you'll be able to see four things. Number one, a better return on investment for your marketing dollars. People that are already familiar with you are more receptive to your marketing message. Number two, a lower cost per lead. An educated consumer is much easier to attract. Number three, you'll see a speed up in your sales process. Educated and familiar consumers are much faster and easier to close. And number four, more business overall. More people reaching for you, more people calling you, more people interested and comfortable in doing business with you. People want to spend their money where they're sure -- where they're sure they're going to get a good product, where they're sure they're going to be taken care of. They're hanging their hat on your reputation. Marketing is supposed to sell. Sales is supposed to sell. But people don't want to be sold. They want to buy. PR puts people in the mind frame to buy. Sources that they consider credible, whether it's the news, whether it's a key influencer, whether it's a V.I.P. or even a celebrity -- that tells them that you're experts, that you know what you're doing. It gives them stories about how your services and products have helped other people just like them. When they get that information, they believe it. It's a third party endorsement and they know you set the tone of how great you are. And that's the reason why they should buy from you. They're more receptive and more comfortable and more willing. That's how you put them in the mind frame to buy. Your battle today is battling for consumers' minds. PR is your tool to use to break down the reactions and the emotional barriers that people have to being sold something. PR fuels your marketing and it boosts your sales and that's your leverage in the new economy. Visit www.jotopr.com
Views: 17471 JoTo PR
Canvas Farm Business Pre Start Up Checklist Mobile App
 
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http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/11203-Farm-Business-Pre-Start-Up-Checklist The Farm Business Pre Start-Up Checklist mobile was developed to promote sustainable farmers in starting their business. The app lists tasks that established farmers believe are important to do before you open for business on "day one." This app allows you to add items that you feel will assist you in your farm business. You can make changes to this app easily. If you make changes to an app from the Applciation Store the altered app remains only in your account. You are also invited to share it with others.
Views: 34 GoCanvas Videos