Up with " Start Up "
Do you know the word " bootstrapping "?
Do you have the idea that B2B or B2C, carries some meaning other than just alphanumeric letters?
Do you understand that MVP is a term, not misspelled - MRP?
If the answer of these question is YES, then your are a student of " Startup University ". If any of the answers are NO, then you need to work to get an admission, here.
Remember, once you entered " Startup University ", you don't have to choice to " exit "
Once a student is always a student here... An extremely high level of dedication and devotion is required to be a Professor or a Master.
First of all, you have to be very serious, about your idea and/or startup. Yes, you can get admission, here, even the startup is not functioning, yet. It is the responsibility of each and every individual, who wants to be a part of, to prove themselves.
One needs to work on the mindset, daily habits, attitude, approach, life mission, and many other things. One of the basic criteria is you need to read at least a page, in a day. Age, Qualification, Nationality, Background, etc. are no bar.
Let us know What is a Startup?
Startups are young companies founded to develop a unique product or service, bring it to market and make it irresistible and irreplaceable for customers.
We can say A startup is an organization, founded by one or more entrepreneurs to develop a unique product or service and bring it to market. Many times, at the initial stages, the founder entrepreneurs are the investors or fundraisers, out of their own pocket.
“It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen.” Scott Belsky Behance, Co-Founder
The basic difference between a start-up and a small business is speed and growth. Startups are built upon the ideas. Startups prefer to work on MVP ( Minimal Value Product ), then test and revise and enter into the market.
Also, Startups aims to create an entirely new template. Some time even called 'disruptors '. Startups are working on the root levels. They address the existing products or services or innovate a product, which totally new for the market. But, fulfilling a particular need of the customer.
A group of employees works together to create a product that customers will buy. What distinguishes a startup from other businesses, though, is the innovative, non - conventional, and unique way a startup goes about doing that.
Are you ready to be part of " Startup University"?