Starting a business can be very difficult. But growing a business is even more difficult.
Ready to take your entrepreneurial journey to the next level? Our self-guided boot camp gives you all the skills and experiences you need to grow your business from one level to the next without relying on others.
Take control of your time by taking lessons at your own pace and achieving your own goals without outside pressure or deadlines.
Our self-guided boot camp is a pre-recorded training that helps you use proven skills, techniques, and methodologies taken from MBA and entrepreneurship degree programs to enhance your business growth.
This course will teach you how to create a successful company from the ground up, whether it’s your first or your fifth.
Who is This For?
The self-guided boot camp is designed for new and aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners, business executives, managers, CEOs, and industry experts who want to grow their businesses but do not have time for live lectures due to their busy schedules.
What’s In It?
All going for $1050 only!
A minimum viable product is a version of a product with just enough features to satisfy early customers and provide feedback for future product development. Building an MPV comes with a number of important technical requirements that may seem stressful and confusing at first, but with the right amount of research into what customers are looking for, you can build a decent prototype.
Data is the lifeblood of any successful business; it informs every single decision big or small, drawing from multiple sources of research. Thusly, this page enables you to really consider the important research you need to conduct before your product goes live, such as the demand, industry, potential market share and demographics.
As you advance in your research about your target audience and product, you will inevitably discover new problems and issues that your business can solve for your customers. Using this page, you will be able to consider 5 additional concerns to provide remedies for.
Your unique value proposition, also known as ‘USP’, is something you will determine using this section of the Planner. Here, you will be able to explore your business’ deliverable benefits, how it’s different to the competition and its overall relevance to the marketplace and potential customers.
Prior to making a finalised product, there is the drawing board, planning and the creation of a prototype. This section of the Planner is for considering the necessary components, elements, resources and production costs/requirements that go into manufacturing the first version of your product/service.
This page of the Planner gives you the opportunity to expand on the services your business provides and how they compare to your rivals and competitors. No matter how big or small the services are, this page is designed to get you thinking about their USP and the problem they are solving for your customers.