Startup Research Isn’t Validation, It’s Where You Begin

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-03-27

The Mentor Minute gives you exclusive startup video clips from the Founder Institute's worldwide network of 4,400+ mentors. For more Mentor Minutes, visit our Startup Founder 101 YouTube Channel

On this week's Mentor Minute, , CEO of Userlytics Corporation explains why doing research should be a beginning point for your startup, not an ending justification, and goes on to describe a few critical areas that you should be researching.

To hear more from Alejandro, make sure to apply soon to the Madrid Founder Institute where he will be a mentor for the upcoming Spring semester.

According to Alejandro;

What we really should be concentrating on is, 'Should we do this or should we not do this?' Because if you go through startup research with that framework in mind, you'll learn how to do it and answer that same question for your potential investors."


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