1. Hey Ramy I'm actually looking for a job as a SEO manager. How can you help me?

    Hey Ramy

    I’m actually looking for a job as a SEO manager. How can you help me?

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  2. Hello Soumye It's not a good practice to post your phone number on public forums. Request you to remove it.

    Hello Soumye

    It’s not a good practice to post your phone number on public forums. Request you to remove it.

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  3. Hey Amritansh I don’t know if you developed the business model before validating your idea or before so sharing the full startup process here – – Get an idea based on the market opportunity. – Validate that it has the problem-solution fit. – Convert the idea into a concept. – Validate that it has aRead more

    Hey Amritansh

    I don’t know if you developed the business model before validating your idea or before so sharing the full startup process here –
    – Get an idea based on the market opportunity.
    – Validate that it has the problem-solution fit.
    – Convert the idea into a concept.
    – Validate that it has a product-market fit by developing an MVP or through your own research.
    – Develop a business model.
    – Either go for funding or allocate funds yourself
    – Develop the product-
    – Market it
    Did you get a chance to read the startup process on Feedough?
    Here’s the link if you missed it – https://www.feedough.com/the-startup-process/

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  4. A startup company that was launched after the year 2003, and has a current valuation of more that $1 billion is referred to as a unicorn company. The name unicorn was coined mainly because formation of such companies was rare then.

    A startup company that was launched after the year 2003, and has a current valuation of more that $1 billion is referred to as a unicorn company. The name unicorn was coined mainly because formation of such companies was rare then.

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  5. Accelerators and incubators are not the same. Though both provide funding to startups in early stage, but the major difference is that accelerators are for profit institutions run by companies and incubators are non-profit institutions run by government or academic institutions.

    Accelerators and incubators are not the same.
    Though both provide funding to startups in early stage, but the major difference is that accelerators are for profit institutions run by companies and incubators are non-profit institutions run by government or academic institutions.

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  6. A startup accelerator is an institute run by companies that help startups in initial stage of their setup by providing them with many years of knowledge in short period of time. They are for profit institutions and help the startups not only with knowledge but also with funding. They provide fundingRead more

    A startup accelerator is an institute run by companies that help startups in initial stage of their setup by providing them with many years of knowledge in short period of time.
    They are for profit institutions and help the startups not only with knowledge but also with funding.
    They provide funding in exchange for a part in equity.
    Accelerators provide a structured guidance and networking opportunity to startups.

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  7. Bootstrapping is the process of starting and funding business on your own without taking funds from any external investors. A bootstrapped company goes through the following stages: 1. Personal fund: Starting business by investing your personal funds to carry out the business operations. 2. CustomerRead more

    Bootstrapping is the process of starting and funding business on your own without taking funds from any external investors.
    A bootstrapped company goes through the following stages:
    1. Personal fund: Starting business by investing your personal funds to carry out the business operations.
    2. Customer fund: At this stage company covers its expenses from the profits that it is earning.
    3. External fund: It is a stage where the company needs to look for external funds to grow operations.
    You can read about the advantages and disadvantages of bootstrapping in the article linked here: https://www.feedough.com/startup-bootstrapping/

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  8. Institutions that support entrepreneurs with their business ventures especially in the initial phase of the venture is known as incubator in startup. Incubators help businesses in solving issues like workspace, funding, training, etc.

    Institutions that support entrepreneurs with their business ventures especially in the initial phase of the venture is known as incubator in startup.
    Incubators help businesses in solving issues like workspace, funding, training, etc.

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  9. A lean startup attempts to solve a problem scientifically by using specific principles and processes. The idea of a lean startup comes from Eric Ries, who has written extensively on it in a book. According to him, these are five main principles for creating lean startups- 1. Entrepreneurs are everywRead more

    A lean startup attempts to solve a problem scientifically by using specific principles and processes. The idea of a lean startup comes from Eric Ries, who has written extensively on it in a book. According to him, these are five main principles for creating lean startups-
    1. Entrepreneurs are everywhere-There are many types of entrepreneurs and startups. Tons of opportunities exist that entrepreneurs can take advantage of to build a successful business.
    2. Entrepreneurship is management-Startups need management just like any company. However, lean startups have a unique type. Having flexible, learning oriented management makes for a successful lean startup.
    3. Validated learning-Lean startups primarily serve customers with their products. They adapt to the needs of the target market by learning exactly what it is that customers want. Through experimentation, they find what works best.
    4. Innovation Accounting-Lean startups keep detailed records of tests and analysis to figure out what works best. They gauge progress on the amount learned about the innovation rather than the amount of new work created.
    5. Build-Measure-Learn-Lean startups hit the ground running by building the simplest product that does what it should, called the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). This goes through rigorous evaluation through tests and user feedback to collect data on how targeted users accept the product. If it works, then they learn from the feedback and make it better in an iterative process.

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  10. Yes Aakash, it does work if not in a revolutionary way then at least in some positive way. There are many examples of big companies using this methodology to gain success. Companies like Google, Facebook and many more have used this method without failing. The point is I don't see why it wouldn't woRead more

    Yes Aakash, it does work if not in a revolutionary way then at least in some positive way. There are many examples of big companies using this methodology to gain success. Companies like Google, Facebook and many more have used this method without failing.
    The point is I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. The method is not just important any business but its actually becoming necessary. Its important to investigate the consumer demand first and then create a product. It could be explained like why there should be a proper research on what’s the problem and then developing the solution rather than first making a product and then wondering what problem it can actually solve.

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