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?
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This section of the Planner provides you with time to really think about the scope of your business and what industries you wish to operate it. Be it purely online, a mix of digital and analogue, or just a local store, now is the time to decide how and where your products will be delivered to by answering the important questions seen below.
A product is a solution to a problem; a pain remedy that can be something as simple as a magazine that cures someone’s problem of not knowing what to wear this winter. This page is designed to have you think about what problem your product is solving and ways in which you can understand your customer’s issues by interviewing them and reading reviews of similar products.
Now that you understand the problem your customers want resolved, it is time to consider the remedy you are going to be selling them. This page will require you to consider what makes your product different from the competition and its unique selling point (USP).
The growth of a business can often rely on solid partnerships and collaborations in order to break into new markets, and this page will have you consider your potential relationships with other businesses, entrepreneurs and shareholders. Partners can have considerable sway over a business if their investment is big enough, so use this space to strategize and deliberate on the opportunities and threats they bring.
Every day, your business will be involved in various activities no matter its size or scope. Using this page, consider what you will do on a day-to-day basis in order to keep the cogs of your company turning smoothly and to avoid a backlog or build-up of essential tasks.
A unique value proposition, or ‘USP’, is what makes your business different from the rest. Using this section of the Planner, you can determine the benefits your company offers to customers and why they should come to you over your rivals by coming up with a value proposition that will entice new buyers.
This page is designed to have you consider the professional relationships with your customers and employees; a vital bond that must be maintained with regular nurturing across multiple channels and modes of communication. You will have the opportunity to consider additional factors such as how to empower your employees and engage customers on a deeper level than just selling to them.
Maintaining a strong relationship with your stakeholders (customers, employees, shareholders, followers) requires you to think about the communication channels you will be utilising to send your message and build those bonds. This page allows you to consider the various digital modes of communication such as social media and email.
This page has been designed for you to consider the various markets and areas in which you can sell your product, be it local, national, international or purely through word of mouth. Additionally, you will be able to determine whether your product is designed for a mass audience or a more niche market.