As you might expect, this is a big question, and generally we make sure you’re clear that our programs are designed to TEACH and WORK alongside you, rather than being a community of office hours or featured talks from other founders. If you’re not interested in listening, learning, and putting in the work to start a company, you’re in the wrong place.
Over the course of 12 weeks, we’re going to cover in quite a bit of detail, everything from how to validate an idea to how to incorporate your venture. Still, what more?
You will learn to:
- Identify and prioritize the opportunities in your industry
- Position yourself as a viable and competitive solution provider
- Understand the differences in business culture and practices in the U.S.; especially in communication, information presentation, and distribution channels.
- Define its own export cost structure to the U.S., taking into account regional variations and channels.
- Build relationships with venture capital and corporate venture firms.
- Rebuild its offerings based on constructive critique from one-on-one meetings with mentors and teachers.
- Evaluate different regional legal and tax considerations for the incorporation of companies.
Startups graduate with the necessary skills, knowledge, and relationships to be successful in the media tech industry.