Get $1 credit for every $25 spent!

Build-A-Startup Course Bundle

Courses
6
Lessons
314
Enrolled
4,509

What's Included

Product Details

Access
Lifetime
Content
4 hours
Lessons
11

First Steps to Building A Tech Company

A Comprehensive Program for Launching a Tech Company

By Udemy | in Online Courses

  • Over 11 lectures and 4 hours of content
  • Get key secrets for success told by successful CEOs
  • Research and develop your great idea
  • Choose a strong name and build a compelling brand
  • Secure top legal representation, incorporate & manage law firms
  • Recruit cofounders, hire employees, and fire weak performers
  • Identify revenue streams and build a viable model
  • Market and publicize your business
  • Deal w/ investors, close an angel and venture round
  • Access best-rated talks by mentors from Founder Institute, the largest startup incubator in the world
The Founder Institute is a global network of startups and mentors that helps entrepreneurs launch meaningful and enduring technology companies. In less than two years of operation, the Founder Institute has already helped launch over 650 technology companies in over 35 cities worldwide.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all level

Compatibility

  • Internet browser required

Course Outline

  • Section 1: Startup Ideation - Ideas, Vision, and Values
    • Lecture 1 - Phil Libin - "So You Want to be an Entrepreneur?"
    • Lecture 2 - Startup Ideation - Follow Up Assignments
  • Section 2: Startup Research
    • Lecture 3 - Jim Kaskade - "Get Used to Startup Research - You Never Stop Performing It"
    • Lecture 4 - Joe Betts Lacroix - "Ideas are Dangerous"
    • Lecture 5 - Dan Shapiro - "Gathering Online Feedback for your Startup"
    • Lecture 6 - Startup Research - Follow Up Assignments
  • Section 3: Startup Hiring, Firing and Co-Founders
    • Lecture 7 - Jonathan Abrams - "Hire Based on Passion and Future Performance"
    • Lecture 8 - Aaron Patzer - "Hiring - Your Biggest Differentiator"
    • Lecture 9 - Jim Franklin - "Hire on Values, Fire on Values"
    • Lecture 10 - Startup Hiring, Firing and Co-Founders - Follow Up Assignments
  • Section 4: What is the Founder Institute?
    • Lecture 11 - FI Basic Presentation V6

View Full Curriculum


Access
Lifetime
Content
26 hours
Lessons
160

Coding for Entrepreneurs: Learn Python, Django & More

Essential Programming Languages for Non-Technical Founders

By Udemy | in Online Courses

  • Over 160 lectures and 26.5 hours of content
  • Reach a global audience fast w/ an online presence
  • Save on expensive developer costs
  • Learn exactly how to code an e-commerce website & dynamic landing page
  • Explore the fundamentals of programming as it applies to entrepreneurship
    • Python programming language
    • Django & Twitter Bootstrap frameworks
  • Use APIs
  • Accept payments via Stripe
  • Learn basic HTML & CSS
Justin Mitchel is an entrepreneur, an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at the USC Marshall School of Business, a bestselling instructor on Udemy, a funded creator on Kickstarter, and a Founder of Coding For Entrepreneurs.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all level

Compatibility

  • Internet browser required

Access
Lifetime
Content
3 hours
Lessons
26

Sales & Persuasion Skills for Startups Course

Learn to Influence Others, Sell Your Ideas & Services

By Udemy | in Online Courses

  • Over 26 lectures and 3 hours of content
  • Successfully structure sales calls
  • Develop a clear objective for your sales pitch
  • Understand varying personalities of clients and how to capitalize on them
  • Maintain the upper hand
  • Learn to write a professional, compelling proposal
  • Get advice from an expert w/ years of personal experience
Len Smith is a freelance copywriter and communications consultant. With 40 years' experience in marketing, he has developed a business via the web, and his website attracts more than 1,000 visits a day. His clients are as diverse as Vodafone, The Finance Leasing Association, Lloyds, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the BBC, a number of multinational pharmaceutical companies, and even a TV 'Secret Millionaire'.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all level

Compatibility

  • Internet browser required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
  • Features & Benefits - not what you thought
  • Anatomy of a sales call
  • Questioning techniques
  • Handling objections
  • The psychology of buying
  • Needs versus Wants
  • Closing techniques
  • Fireside chats

View Full Curriculum


Access
Lifetime
Lessons
13

Project Management Course

Learn Project Management Essentials to Land a High-Paying Position

By Udemy | in Online Courses

  • Over 13 lectures and 51 mins of content
  • Learn the definition of project management
  • Identify the difference between a project and other processes
  • Define key stakeholders in a project and keep them on track
  • Break a project down into logical detailed phases
  • Map out the path for a project and develop a strategy for keeping on track
  • Evaluate potential project risks
  • Clearly communicate and report on project progress
  • Develop a strategy for managing project resources
Natalie Disque has been teaching online courses for universities since 2001 and greatly enjoys giving back knowledge to those who seek it. With a Masters in IT and a Bachelors in Business, she has consulted for small to large firms for over 20 years.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

Compatibility

  • Internet browser required

Access
Lifetime
Content
6 hours
Lessons
85

Startup Sales Course

Build Your Sales Process w/ the Sales Model Canvas

By Udemy | in Online Courses

  • Over 85 lectures and 6 hours of content
  • Better understand your customers' needs & create infinite sales cycles
  • Identify buyer types, then develop value statements to meet their needs
  • Develop strategies to identify and overcome objections, obstructions, and obstacles in the sales process
  • Create an implementation plan to instill confidence in your prospective customer
  • Identify stages of the sale, develop milestones, and metrics
  • Avoid road blocks during sales
  • Develop creative work agreements that match both your customers' needs and yours
Scott Sambucci is the founder of SalesQualia, a company dedicated to improving sales performance. They lead sales and company development workshops throughout the United States. He also teaches university courses in economics, finance, entrepreneurship, and strategic management.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

Compatibility

  • Internet browser required

Course Outline

  • Section 1: The Sales Model Canvas - Introduction
    • Lecture 1 - Why take this course? Here's why...
    • Lecture 2 - About our Live Office Hours. Yes, they are really live!
    • Lecture 3 - DOWNLOAD: Course Workbook
    • Lecture 4 - Article: The Very Most Basic Things Your Company Needs to Know About Sales
    • Lecture 5 - Article: Building the Sales and Marketing Machine
    • Lecture 6 - Article: Why Your Startup Needs a Sales Methodology
    • Lecture 7 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 2: Customer Needs - Needs Analysis
    • Lecture 8 - Identifying Customer Needs
    • Lecture 9 - Identifying Customer Needs - Case Study
    • Lecture 10 - The SPIN Selling Approach, by Neil Rackham
    • Lecture 11 - Article: To Sell Anything You Need to Know What Makes You Unique
    • Lecture 12 - Article: 3 Sales Tips for Startups - Creating a Burning Platform
    • Lecture 13 - Article: Useful Value Proposition Examples (and How to Create a Good - One)
    • Lecture 14 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 3: Buyers & Buyer Types
    • Lecture 15 - Buyers & Buyer Types
    • Lecture 16 - Article: Personas for Customer Development
    • Lecture 17 - Free Activity Template: Marketer's Guide to Creating Buyer Personas
    • Lecture 18 - Webinar Series: Market Persona Series
    • Lecture 19 - Article: The One Key Person That Will Help You Improve Sales
    • Lecture 20 - Article: Why Focusing on Only One Buyer Will Lose You Sales
    • Lecture 21 - Article: Can an 8-Person Startup Sell to a CIO? Yes - If You Understand the...
    • Lecture 22 -We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 4: Value Statements
    • Lecture 23 - Value Statements - Construction
    • Lecture 24 - Value Statements - Guidelines
    • Lecture 25 -Value Statements - Medical Software Platform Case Study
    • Lecture 26 - Article: Why Startup Entrepreneurs Need to Communicate More Like George Bush...
    • Lecture 27 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 5: Competitors, Objections, and the Status Quo
    • Lecture 28 - Impediments - Overview
    • Lecture 29 - Article: The Three-Minute Rule
    • Lecture 30 - Article: What is Someone Going to Stop Doing When They Start Using Your Product?
    • Lecture 31 - Article: What To Do When Your Prospect Says, "Sorry, We Have No Budget"
    • Lecture 32 - Article: The Secret to Handling Objections
    • Lecture 33 - Article: Ten Reasons Salespeople Lose Deals
    • Lecture 34 - Article: What No Means
    • Lecture 35 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 6: Implementation & Support
    • Lecture 36 - Implementation - Overview
    • Lecture 37 - Implementation - 7 1's of Implementation Case Study
    • Lecture 38 - White Paper: Closing the Delivery Gap
    • Lecture 39 - InfoGraphic: 10 Best Practices to Improve Customer Service
    • Lecture 40 - Article: Why Churn is So Critical to SaaS
    • Lecture 41 - Article: Understand, Believe, Act
    • Lecture 42 - Article: Want Happy Customers? Implement the 5-Visits-Plus-2-Badges Rule
    • Lecture 43 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 7: Customer Needs: Part II
    • Lecture 44 - From Implementation Back Into Customer Needs - Altos Case Study
    • Lecture 45 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 8: Stages of the Sale
    • Lecture 46 - Stages of the Sale - Overview
    • Lecture 47 - Stages of the Sale - Stalls
    • Lecture 48 - Stages of the Sale - Progress Signals
    • Lecture 49 - Stages of the Sale - Altos Case Study
    • Lecture 50 - Stages of the Sale - Textbook Case Study
    • Lecture 51 - Book: "Major Account Sales Strategy" by Neil Rackham
    • Lecture 52 - White Paper: Shining a Light in Pipeline Problems
    • Lecture 53 - How to Present at Big Meetings without Going Down a Rat Hole
    • Lecture 54- Article: The Danger of Crocodile Sales
    • Lecture 55 - Article: When Proposals Hurt Deals
    • Lecture 56 - Article: Giving Demos is Marketing Not Sales
    • Lecture 57 - Article: Every Presentation Worth Doing Has Just One Purpose
    • Lecture 5 - TEDx Video: The Secret Structure of Great Talks
    • Lecture 59 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 9: Key Metrics & Milestones
    • Lecture 60 - Key Metrics & Milestones - Milestones
    • Lecture 61 - Key Metrics & Milestones - Metrics
    • Lecture 62 - Key Metrics & Milestones - Layering with Stages of the Sale
    • Lecture 63 - Article: Using Process Milestones for Accurate B2B Sales Forcasts
    • Lecture 64 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 10: Sales Map
    • Lecture 65 - Sales Cartography: Understanding the Sales Map
    • Lecture 66 - Sales Cartography - From Product Champion to the Sale
    • Lecture 67 - External Resources: Help Us Find Some!
    • Lecture 68 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 11: Work Agreement & Economics
    • Lecture 69 - Work Agreement & Economics - Work Plan to Contract
    • Lecture 70 - Work Agreement & Economics - Accounting Process
    • Lecture 71 - Work Agreement & Economics - Accounting Process Case Study
    • Lecture 72 - Work Agreement & Economics - Creative Pricing
    • Lecture 73 - Article: Camels & Rubber Duckies
    • Lecture 74 - Article: How Discounting is Killing Your Pricing Strategy
    • Lecture 75 - Article: Four Pricing Principles to Never Forget
    • Lecture 76 - Article: How Perfect Pricing got me 1500 Sales in 2 Days
    • Lecture 77 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 12: Customer Needs - Performing Needs Analysis III
    • Lecture 78 - Customer Needs III - The Essence of the Infinite Sales Cycle
    • Lecture 79 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback
  • Section 13: The Sales Opportunity Canvas - Conclusion
    • Lecture 80 - Bringing It All Together
    • Lecture 81 - Office Hours
    • Lecture 82 - General External Resources
    • Lecture 83 - White Paper: Mythbusters: How Major Sales are Really Made
    • Lecture 84 - We Want to Learn! - Please Provide Feedback

View Full Curriculum


Access
Lifetime
Content
5 hours
Lessons
19

Startup Marketing & Public Relations Course

Learn Marketing & PR Skills Specifically for Launching a Product

By Udemy | in Online Courses

  • Over 19 lectures and 5.5 hours of content
  • Effectively work with the press to grow your business
  • Capitalize on how journalists make decisions
  • Grab the attention of journalists & investors
  • Successfully create a brand and launch your startup
  • Continue to keep users interested
  • Properly prepare for a potential press crisis
Ben Parr is a respected technology commentator, investor, entrepreneur, and aspiring world changer. He is currently launching a new venture, and is a columnist and commentator for the popular technology news website CNET. He was previously the Co-Editor and Editor-at-Large of Mashable.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all level

Compatibility

  • Internet browser required


Terms

  • Instant digital downloads