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A presentation I gave about startups, I hope it can be useful.
Startups 101 Leonardo Jimenez Introduction to Entrepreneurship
What is a StartUp?
What is a StartUp?Maybe Your answer goes like this:A New and Small Company
How Many StartUps are alive after 2 years?
Why so few make it to the 2 years?
Reasons● 1- Money*● 2-blah blah● 3-blah blah*15 minutes is not enough time to go throughthe rest of the issues.
Why is Money the Mainreason?
Do you remember theLean Manufacturing /Just in Time class you hadin the University?
In Lean Manufacturing Inventory is Evil! Inventory
Inventory hides your true Problems!
In a Startup money take the place of inventory!
The question in your mind is Why?
The question in your mind is Why? Because with enoughmoney your Company can survive without a real business
The question in your mine is Why? m e T i Because with enough o f temoney your Company can s a survive without a real W business.
Why this Happens?
Remember Slide number 3?
Remember Slide number 3?I bet you dont
What is a StartUp? Short Answer:A New and Small Company
What is a StartUp? Short Answer:A New and Small Company The Answer was Wrong
We Assumed a Startup is a small version of a company Big Company StartUp
They are not!!
A Established company operates on a KNOWNMarket Competitors Customers Revenue Streams
The Startup Operates under Hypothesis of theMarket Competitors Customers Revenue Streams
In short the big company must SELL to their Clients,The Startup must KNOW who Their Clients are.
Established companies have an Execution Problem,The Startup have a Search problem.
What is a StartUp? is a company ortemporary organizationdesigned to search for arepeatable and scalable business model
Business Model Diagram- Alexander Osterwalder
A Startup is about Having Hypothesis!
... and Experimenting
To find the right Market and Client!
Only then can we Build a Company!
BibliographyThe Four Steps to The EpiphanySteven Gary Blank Business Model Generation Alexander Ostendwalder
BibliographyThe Innovators DilemmaClayton M. Christensen The Entrepreneurs Guide to Customer Development Brant Cooper
BibliographyThe Lean StartUpEric Ries