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Washington DC Autumn 2013
Sessions: 2013-11-19 - 2014-03-04
Our vision is to Globalize Silicon Valley by creating and fostering local startup ecosystems in promising markets across the globe. We aim to help launch 1,000 technology companies per year in over 75 cities worldwide.
In this talk by Tel Aviv Founder Institute mentor, Rodrigo Sepúlveda Schulz, Schulz gives founders guidance on how to enter the startup market, and stresses the importance of assessing potential revenue early on.
In this talk by Russian Entrepreneur, Kirill Makharinsky (Co-Founder Ostrovok.ru), Kirill outlines the best practices for market research. He says, even though researching a market and its need for a product is one of the first steps to building a company, not doing this properly can spell long-term doom.
At the 13th Founder Showcase, which took place on March 27th of this year, the focus of the evening was on the ‘Future of Funding’ and early-stage startups. Ash Fontana, Head of Fundraising Products at AngelList, kicked off the event with a talk every founder needs to hear: Tips on Fundraising via AngelList.
Read on to check out Ash's talk and learn what you need to know about AngelList.
Establishing a strategy should always be your first step when starting anything, even the most basic of research. In this talk from the New York Founder Institute, Andrew Lee says skip this step, and you’ll risk making a false start.
For every founder, familiarity with your market is an absolute must. In this talk from the Los Angeles Founder Institute, Derrick Oien explains why thorough research is so incredibly important and provides the best resources for getting started.
In this talk from the New York Founder Institute, Charlie Kim shares his wealth of knowledge with new founders, on the basics of starting up and what it takes to build a meaningful and enduring technology company.
During his recent trip to Poland, Adeo Ressi hosted an exclusive Startup Ideation Bootcamp - a free startup event from the Founder Institute aimed at helping entrepreneurs develop a winning startup idea. The event drew in potential entrepreneurs from all over Poland, leaving standing room only, as Adeo delivered an inspiring talk on the fundamentals of startup ideation.
Read on to see Adeo in action at the February 15th Bootcamp in Warsaw.
In this talk from the Seattle Founder Institute, Joel Espelien outlines his four basic tenants for determining business-worthy ideas. He begins by stating “you have to be the best in the world; there is no room for half-assed startups”.
In this talk from the Denver Founder Institute, Jim Franklin helps founders better define their business goals and values. Jim says the key to starting a successful company is honing in on your talents and passions that have potential for economic return.
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