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!
Now it’s time to determine who you are going up against in the marketplace! Within Step Eight of the Bootcamp, we will cover how to identify your rivals and figure what they do best and why customers are buying from them, enabling you to benchmark your product to meet industry standards, and then eventually exceed them! We will be considering your competitor’s social media, advertising campaign, content, value proposition, events, their community and their customer profiles.
This section of the Planner is all about coming up with a battle plan to combat the competition by considering how they operate online, their communication techniques, marketing strategies, promotional content, product performance, reviews and relevancy as a merchant. On this page, you will have space to consider your top 20 competitors and analyse why they’re so popular.
A solid brand requires nurturing, care and regular maintenance to remain relevant and in the minds of your customers, so this page is designed for you to consider the platforms you can use to house your brand. In addition, you will have the chance to consider promotional material for your brand such as business cards, logos, online content and any merchandise you might want to start selling further down the road.
Every business needs to boast its unique value in order to bring in customers and beat the competition, so this page is designed for you to start building on your elevator pitch and being able to sell your business in under two minutes. You will also have the chance to explore your brand narrative and the markets it will be most successful in, be that local, national or global.
Promoting your business’ products and services requires fresh, original content that is both engaging and interactive in order to enhance the buyer experience. Using this page, you will be able to consider what type of material you think would best reflect your brand as well as the tone you will employ to engage with your target audience.
A strong social media presence requires you to strategize on various important elements such as the best platform, when to post, influencers/conversation leaders, metric tracking software and other analytical tools. This page is also for noting the ways in which your rivals operate on social media and the types of followers they attract with their content.
Keywords feed into something called search engine optimization, otherwise known as SEO. SEO governs what results a customer receives when searching for particular things online, so this page is designed for you to consider the keywords associated with your product and what your potential customers are searching for when trying to find a solution to their problem.
Like marketing, advertising is a form of product/service promotion that is designed to generate sales and revenue, rather than engagement and brand credibility that a public relations campaign would bring. Using this page, you are able to consider the platforms, message, format and budget for your advertising, as well the goals you wish to accomplish with your promotional content.
A marketing, advertising or PR campaign is a necessary component to increasing the popularity and profits of your business, and using this page, you will be given the chance to plan your own campaign. This section of the Planner is also a great space to consider the buyer experience and how to close the sale by putting yourself in the shoes of an average customer.
To build credibility and popularity, businesses host online and offline events that carry various themes and purposes, such as fundraising, drawing attention to an issue, celebrating an achievement and so on. Using this page, you can come up with some event ideas and the necessary elements that go into making a successful session, such as cost, resources and attendants.
A powerful public relations tool is community engagement; a strategy in which a business seeks to reach out and connect with their stakeholders in a meaningful way to make them feel involved or to simply give something back. This page is designed for you to consider different tactics to engage your community, and the actions you will take to make the experience a positive one.