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What Startups Want

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Based on a survey of 20 startups done for innovation showcase Headstart to be held in Bangalore on Jan 18-21

Based on a survey of 20 startups done for innovation showcase Headstart to be held in Bangalore on Jan 18-21

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  • 1. WHAT STARTUPS WANT Arpit Agarwal, SJMSOM, IIT Bombay
  • 2. Context
    • Survey done for “Headstart” – a collaborative effort of BCB organizers, ACM and CII.
    • Build from ground up – Ask the startups what their problems are.
  • 3. What startups want?
    • Recruitment/hiring figures highest
    • Marketing/legal/accounting professional help
    • Mentors
    • Platform for publicity and media attention
    • Training for basic business strategy
    • Networking
    • Money
  • 4. Potential in this market
    • Training programmes
      • 2-4 week modules on basics of business management
    • Networking/hiring platforms like Barcamps and Mobile Mondays
    • Pay per use marketing/legal/accounting help model
    • VC pitch events
  • 5. Wishlist
    • Connections with big service companies that can bring the domain expertise for product startups.
    • Government agencies can be more positive about accepting products from startups.