Course Duration : Approx 30 Days
Mode of Delivery : Via email
It sounds obvious to say you should only work on problems that exist. and Yet by far, the most common mistake startups make is to solve problems no one has. - Paul Graham, Y Combinator
Over the years we have met a lot of entrepreneurs with very interesting ideas. Most of them do not solve a problem. While the cost of building a prototype and starting up has become rather easy in the economic sense - you no longer have to pay for expensive stacks, or need corporate to back your R&D - the underlying principle of a sustainable business has never changed.
The aim of this course is to help first time and aspiring entrepreneurs walk through the process of spotting problems, ideating solutions and the key ingredients that go into building a prototype that does its job. What is that you might ask? A prototype serves one purpose - to validate your assumption that the problem exists and the need is real.
If you are thinking about starting up - or even have narrowed down on a problem that you want to solve, You will find this course to be helpful in ensuring that you start off right, and that you've covered all the essentials.
Note : Convenience Fee Extra will be levied.