All the resources you need to help you prepare for an accelerator
Struggling with your MVP - here's how to build it right [Medium]
Bringing a new product to the market is always a BIG risk. But to reduce it, you build an MVP. Despite building MVP you could not minimize the risks due to some gaps. Here are some strange cases which I witness daily while working with startupreneurs......
A list of questions to ask a potential co-founder
Now that you know the type of person you are targeting to join their team (a serial entrepreneur, a tech head, or someone with some experience in startups), here are some things to look for in to identify those people.
One of the most challenging facts that you’ll have to come to terms with is that no matter how innovative your product is, you won’t have any customers if they aren’t aware of your startup. Even more challenging is figuring out how to attract your first customers when you have a limited budget and resources.
What to look for in potential accelerator team members
Assembling a team may be one of the easiest things you’ve done so far on your entrepreneurial journey or it could be the most difficult thing ever. You must convince someone to believe in you and your idea and to give up three or more months of their time and their normal life to devote themselves full-time to the accelerator.
Want To Get Into A Top Startup Accelerator? Try These 3 Strategies [Forbes]
Prestigious startup accelerators like Techstars and Y Combinator (YC) have a lower acceptance rate (only 1-2%) than Harvard (5%). Top accelerators give entrepreneurs the opportunity to rapidly scale their companies over an intensive three-month program by providing access to mentors, investors, advisors and a network of other founders.