Sabanci University

Sabanci University is ranked the top private entrepreneurial university in Turkey according to Turkish Ministry of Industry and Trade.  The university hosts the SUCOOL Preincubation Center that supports early stage entrepreneurs and also supports Founder Institute by shared resources, network and providing space.

 

Fora & Şanlı Law Office

Since 2008, Fora & Şanlı Law Office is dedicated to provide legal advice and services which look beyond the legal issues and take the business aspects for each transaction for the success of its clients for their investments and business in Turkey and MENA region. Fora & Şanlı is very well connected with the world and other jurisdictions to facilitate its clients international business.

 

sendloop - email marketing services

sendloop email marketing services is in email marketing industry with its professional solutions since 1999. sendloop is the easiest email marketing service designed for SaaS owners, bloggers, designers, developers, small businesses, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in sending email to their contacts as easy as possible.

 

Microsoft Turkey

Microsoft is a strategic partner for promising startups around the world focused on business growth & development, industrial strength technology and beautiful usable products. Build locally, scale globally. We help smart companies take flight.

How To Launch In 10 Steps With Less Than $2,000, by Adeo Ressi

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2011-12-30

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As many entrepreneurs know, launching a startup can be daunting and expensive. Fortunately, with Adeo Ressi’s 10-step plan, you won't have to tap out your mental and fiscal resources.

While there is no magic formula to starting up, Adeo’s 10 steps to launching a company can help expedite the process and save you some cash along the way. Adeo says that by utilizing the tools suggested, any entrepreneur can launch a startup for roughly $2,000. To learn how, watch the video below and check out TechCrunch’s outline of the ten steps here.


                             

 

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