THE STARTUP PROCESS
The Ideation Phase
Your idea is the backbone of your venture. There are many questions you need to ask yourself before taking the step ahead.
The Co-founder Phase
Business is just like life - it is good to have a companion by your side who understands you and share your vision and passion.
The Prototype Phase
After you have evaluated and validated your idea and found yourself a co-founder, you need to start building a prototype, a fuller version of proof of concept.
The Business Model Phase
How you are going to explain to anyone what your product does/ intends to do and how it is going to add/ create value for customers? You need a business model for that.
The Business Plan Phase
While it is fairly easy to answer it theoretically, a business plan is a lot more than just a write-up which tells about business's goals when you get into the practical aspect of running a startup.
The Branding Phase
You shouldn't brand your startup based on just perception and your opinions. Shift yourself to the consumer side and realize how you perceive products based on their brand representation.
The Company Phase
Registering a company might seem a tricky affair but we are here to address all your concerns and answer all the frequently asked questions.
The Pitch Deck Phase
Even though there are a lot of investors seeking promising companies, you've got to dress and showcase your company as the best option.
The Funding Phase
Startup funding isn't as difficult as it seems. All you need to know is to whom to contact at what level of the startup process.
The Build-Up Phase
A marketing and networking plan is as important as your business model once your business up and running.