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Leveraging outsourcing practices: How can startup businesses leverage outsourcing

Led by: Waffa Karkukly Outsourcing is a rising trend for businesses of all sizes. Dr. Karkukly will explore outsourcing, its benefits and challenges, and how can startups can leverage the practi

85 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Leveraging outsourcing practices: How can startup businesses leverage outsourcing

Faultless Due Diligence

Led by: Michelle McBane You’re starting to raise funding from investors – you’ve heard that you may be required to provide due diligence materials. Find out what this means and how to properly execute due diligence.

36 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Faultless Due Diligence

Intro to (fear free) code

Led by: Mina Mikhail Entrepreneurs should know how to code. Whether you’re writing your own apps or hiring a developer, understanding code is key to building the prototype that gets you funded. Mina Mikhail, head of Instruction at Bitmaker, has a decade of experience building web apps. Learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS, and build your very first web app.

73 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Intro to (fear free) code

Bootstrapping

Led by: Michael Carter You probably need less money than you think. Bootstrapping is for existing entrepreneurs, wannabe small business owners and the experienced corporate person ready to take the entrepreneurial plunge. This session emphasizes proven, practical tips requiring little or no money, and where and how to get free assistance.

91 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Bootstrapping

Startup Accounting 1: Bookkeeping

Led by: John Love Understanding financial fundamentals is key to survival in today’s fiercely competitive economy. This session will help you bridge the gap between functional business knowledge and practical financial information. Learn the difference between bookkeeping and accounting, five bookkeeping habits that every entrepreneur should adopt, common mistakes, and more.

119 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Startup Accounting 1: Bookkeeping

Building a Community Around Your Product/Company

Led by: Mike Murchison The strength and quality of a product’s community are key predictors of defensibility and success. Learn how to build a community from the ground up, and leverage it for growth and sales.

73 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Building a Community Around Your Product/Company

The Scalable Office

Led by: Rustin Smith If you want to scale at pace, you need to be lean and agile – let’s talk about how you can get your back office (or lack there of) into shape to support your current size and your impending growth. The Three Little Pigs is a tired old story but the lessons are still true: don’t build a straw house

105 MIN2017 MAR 9
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The Scalable Office

Sales 102: USP and cold calling

Led by: Jason Silver How do you stand out from the crowd? How do you get people to listen? Sales is very much a study in human relations. Learn how to sell offline, over the phone and in front of your clients.

53 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Sales 102: USP and cold calling

IP Best Practices with Big Impact for your Start-up Business

Led by: Maya Medeiros Intellectual property (IP) is essential. Startups need to know how to protect core assets such as brands, patents, copyrights and confidential information. Learn best practices for practically identifying, developing and protecting key IP.

91 MIN2017 MAR 9
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IP Best Practices with Big Impact for your Start-up Business

Innovating in Retail

Led by: Liz Evans Successful innovation in retail is driven by understanding the target consumer, and keeping an eye on their journey. Learn how retailers do it and how it can apply to startups.

107 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Innovating in Retail

Latest Episodes

Leveraging outsourcing practices: How can startup businesses leverage outsourcing

Led by: Waffa Karkukly Outsourcing is a rising trend for businesses of all sizes. Dr. Karkukly will explore outsourcing, its benefits and challenges, and how can startups can leverage the practi

85 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Leveraging outsourcing practices: How can startup businesses leverage outsourcing

Faultless Due Diligence

Led by: Michelle McBane You’re starting to raise funding from investors – you’ve heard that you may be required to provide due diligence materials. Find out what this means and how to properly execute due diligence.

36 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Faultless Due Diligence

Intro to (fear free) code

Led by: Mina Mikhail Entrepreneurs should know how to code. Whether you’re writing your own apps or hiring a developer, understanding code is key to building the prototype that gets you funded. Mina Mikhail, head of Instruction at Bitmaker, has a decade of experience building web apps. Learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS, and build your very first web app.

73 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Intro to (fear free) code

Bootstrapping

Led by: Michael Carter You probably need less money than you think. Bootstrapping is for existing entrepreneurs, wannabe small business owners and the experienced corporate person ready to take the entrepreneurial plunge. This session emphasizes proven, practical tips requiring little or no money, and where and how to get free assistance.

91 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Bootstrapping

Startup Accounting 1: Bookkeeping

Led by: John Love Understanding financial fundamentals is key to survival in today’s fiercely competitive economy. This session will help you bridge the gap between functional business knowledge and practical financial information. Learn the difference between bookkeeping and accounting, five bookkeeping habits that every entrepreneur should adopt, common mistakes, and more.

119 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Startup Accounting 1: Bookkeeping

Building a Community Around Your Product/Company

Led by: Mike Murchison The strength and quality of a product’s community are key predictors of defensibility and success. Learn how to build a community from the ground up, and leverage it for growth and sales.

73 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Building a Community Around Your Product/Company

The Scalable Office

Led by: Rustin Smith If you want to scale at pace, you need to be lean and agile – let’s talk about how you can get your back office (or lack there of) into shape to support your current size and your impending growth. The Three Little Pigs is a tired old story but the lessons are still true: don’t build a straw house

105 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
The Scalable Office

Sales 102: USP and cold calling

Led by: Jason Silver How do you stand out from the crowd? How do you get people to listen? Sales is very much a study in human relations. Learn how to sell offline, over the phone and in front of your clients.

53 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Sales 102: USP and cold calling

IP Best Practices with Big Impact for your Start-up Business

Led by: Maya Medeiros Intellectual property (IP) is essential. Startups need to know how to protect core assets such as brands, patents, copyrights and confidential information. Learn best practices for practically identifying, developing and protecting key IP.

91 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
IP Best Practices with Big Impact for your Start-up Business

Innovating in Retail

Led by: Liz Evans Successful innovation in retail is driven by understanding the target consumer, and keeping an eye on their journey. Learn how retailers do it and how it can apply to startups.

107 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Innovating in Retail
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