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Startup Essentials Bootcamp es la experiencia emprendedora más real y demandante que puedes vivir en tres días. En Startup Essentials lo principal es: hacer que los emprendedores logren ventas reales de clientes reales en menos de tres días. Los participantes en el Startup Essentials crearán una startup, emitirán y venderán acciones de su empresa, encontrarán inversionistas, conseguirán ventas con clientes reales e intentarán llevar su compañía al mercado de valores (IPO).
Ury Sarabia es cofundador de Startup Essentials y de LeanLatAm, así como de diversos proyectos que mueven a la industria creativa.
Este lunes estará en Nevermind hablando de su trayectoria y de este gran proyecto.
Successful completion of a business incubation program increases the likelihood that a startup company will stay in business for the long term: older studies found 87% of incubator graduates stayed in business, in contrast to 44% of all firms. Some incubator success stories include Airbnb, Dropbox, and Heroku.
On this episode we are privileged to be joined by Taylor Hazelhurst, director of a new type of incubator, Creative Factory (www.nothingistoobig.com), located in West Palm Beach, FL. Taylor will tell us about their extremecubator concept which uses a factory model to produce successful startups. We’ll talk about the processes used in the Creative Factory including:
Tooling - how the right tooling gets the job done quicker and cheaper
Planning - blueprints for success
Assembly - managing the project
Fulfillment - scaling and marketing beyond the startup phase
Chris Campbell of Startup Weekend will join Charles Mudd to discuss the startup culture in Chicago, Illinois.
Chris Campbell is a volunteer Global Facilitator for Startup Weekend and has been one of the local organizers for Chicago since 2009. Startup Weekend is a global network of passionate leaders and entrepreneurs on a mission to inspire, educate, and empower individuals, teams and communities.
From Startup Weekend's website:
"Startup Weekends are weekend-long, hands-on experiences where entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs can find out if startup ideas are viable. On average, half of Startup Weekend’s attendees have technical backgrounds, the other half have business backgrounds.
Beginning with open mic pitches on Friday, attendees bring their best ideas and inspire others to join their team. Over Saturday and Sunday teams focus on customer development, validating their ideas, practicing LEAN Startup Methodologies and building a minimal viable product. On Sunday evening teams demo their prototypes and receive valuable feedback from a panel of experts."
Join Charles Mudd with Chris Campbell to discuss the Startup Weekend phenomenon; the Startup Weekend process in more detail; success stories; and more.
For more information on Startup Weekend, visit startupweekend.com.
Este será el inicio de una serie de eventos Online via Google Hangout donde compartiremos experiencias de Emprendedores, Intraemprendedores y Gestores de Innovación sobre como ponen en práctica las metodologías y procesos de innovación.
En este primer evento tendremos demo del producto que lanzará la startup MiGuia.co, Hablaremos con Mike Betancur sobre su experiencia como emprendedor y lo que ha vivido en cada una de las fases de su Startup: formación del equipo, identificación del problema, desarrollo del producto y estrategia comercial.
Acerca de MiGuia.co
Está cansado de llamar a toda la lista de proveedores del directorio telefónico y no lograr concretar ningún servicio, en ocasiones se siente cargado de desconfianza y en otras simplemente nunca lo atienden. Para aminorar este problema nace MiGuia.co, es una plataforma Web/Mobile que permite a los usuarios de servicios especiales (plomeria, pintura, cerrajería, construcción, etc.), conectar con uno o varios proveedores que cumplan con los requisitos del servicio solicitado, en menos de 1 minuto mediante llamada telefónica.
Co-host Charles Mudd discussed non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). In particular, he discussed NDAs in the context of a recent Slashdot headline that suggested some programmers will not sign NDAs. Attorneys will always recommend needing an NDA before revealing trade secret or confidential information. However, some individuals will never begin a conversation with you if you hand them an NDA in the initial handshake. How do you balance protecting your idea and developing relationships with individuals or entities who will not sign an NDA?
How are Mutual NDAs different?
Charles Mudd discusses these questions and more on Startup Radio.
On the Wednesday June 24th 2014 program at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our special guests are StartUp Health co-founders Steven H. Krein and Unity Stoakes.
Steven Krein is the Co-founder and CEO of StartUp Health, a unique global platform to help entrepreneurs accelerate health, wellness, and healthcare. A serial entrepreneur, speaker, investor, and entrepreneurial coach. Steven has co-founded and led several companies since 1995, including OrganizedWisdom, an advertising and subscription based service for doctors, and Webstakes/Promotions.com, a global online advertising, direct marketing, and technology company, which he took public on Nasdaq and grew to a $500M market cap before it was acquired by iVillage in 2002. Steven began his online career with Law Journal Extra!, now known as Law.com, the first online legal news and information website, which was acquired by American Lawyer Media. Steven has been a keynote speaker at Google Think Health, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Johnson & Johnson Leadership Summit; and he has been on The Today Show, CNN, the Fox News Channel, CNBC Power Lunch, CNBC Marketwatch, and Bloomberg News.
Unity Stoakes is Co-founder & President who's on a mission to transform healthcare by leveraging the power of innovation, technology, data, design, and community. He believes that the best way to improve care is to provide health and wellness innovators with inspiration, education, and access to customers, capital, and other critical resources so that Healthcare Transformers can innovate more quickly.
Join us for an exciting and informative session!
Recipes for a Successful Tech Startup
On this episode we discuss the ingredients, preparation and energy that go into making a successful startup:
Getting the correct ingredients - People, Ideas
Preparation - Planning the Business
Energy - Getting Funded
Time - Launching in the quickest time possible
Taste - Testing and validating your model
Sample Recipes of successful startups
Call in and ask your questions
If you miss the show you can find this and past episodes posted at http://www.techstartradio.com
Chelsey Bingham appeared on Startup Radio to discuss her business Wiseling which has reinvented the marketplace for online vintage clothing. With Chelsey in the midst of her first startup, the conversation will include topics related to startups, strategies, online commerce, clothing and more.
Rather than attempt to resale purchased clothing in the vast marketplace provided by other broad sector online resources, Wiseling allows individuals to sell their clothing in a niche market designed specifically for resale of the product.
Prior to co-founding Wiseling, Chelsey worked as an Executive Editor for AVANT Magazine. She graduated from Utah State University in 2006 with a B.A. in Communications and attended New York University for Design and Applied Arts.
In June 2012, Fast Company featured Chelsey Bingham and Wiseling.
Congratulations to Toodalu on being named Built in Chicago's Startup of the Month for July 2012 and earning a Moxie Award for Best Financial Startup!
Co-Founders Ravi Singh (CTO) and Todd O'Hara (CEO) of Chicago Startup Toodalu joined Charles Lee Mudd Jr. to discuss Toodalu, startups, the Chicago startup culture, 1871, NDAs, small business, and more. Toodalu, named Built in Chicago's July Startup of the Month, provides a program to provide through which a percentage of purchases at select participating establishments will be contributed to charities specified by the consumer purchaser.
They also discussed building a startup in the digital space and gave context to "pivot" and the "iterative process." Other topics included team building, obtaining input on ideas, NDAs, and more.
Host Charles Lee Mudd Jr. spoke with Tim Jahn of Chicago-based Entrepreneurs Unplugged on July 13, 2012 (to be re-aired July 16, 2012) about entrepreneurs and startups. Tim shared with us his recommendations to being an entrepreneur, including "Just Do It." He also discussed the Chicago startup culture, 1871, team building, networking, and more. Finally, listen to why his story of a dancing Christmas lights show drives home his point to just go out and do it.
Tim Jahn has actively worked to help other entrepreneurs since 2009. Beginning with Beyond the Pedway and Entrepreneurs Unplugged, Tim provides individuals the venues through which to learn from successful businesspeople and entrepreneurs.
There are more than 10,000 entrepreneurship classrooms in the U.S., reaching more than half a million students, but the vast majority of educators are teaching entrepreneurship from a textbook rather than letting students experience it for themselves. Diana Kander, an entrepreneur and senior fellow at the Kauffman Foundation, hopes to change that.
Diana joins us today to talk about "All In Startup," her new novel about the trials and tribulations of starting a business, and accompanying curriculum that gets students out of the classroom to experience launching a venture themselves. With the book receiving acclaim from the likes of Tony Hsieh of Zappos and Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur Steve Blank, this is an interview you won't want to miss!