IdeaPros has announced the launch of the Business Starter Pack, an online course that teaches a systematic approach to launching a new enterprise. The program is taught by professional business creator Frederick Cary, who is the founder of over 10 companies that each generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue annually.
More information is available at https://www.ideapros.com/start-now
The Business Starter Pack is an expansion to the Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur, Mr. Cary’s foundational course. The former contains the lessons in the Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur but features more discussions on specialized subjects, such as product validation.
“Many believe that cash flow shortage is the primary culprit for the failure of most new ventures, but the real danger is the absence of demand for a product,” a company spokesperson said. They pointed to a recent Failory survey which found that the absence of a product-market fit is blamed by more than half (56%) of failed startups for their closure.
“Product validation is the cornerstone of our learning programs, and the approach that you will learn in the Business Starter Pack is one that has been used by a team responsible for launching companies that have been sold for billions of dollars,” the spokesperson explained.
Enrolling in IdeaPros’ courses also offers the opportunity to brainstorm with a dedicated mentor. In these “ask me anything” sessions, one can flesh out a product idea with the likes of Forbes “30 under 30” inductee Anand Kulkarni, Smart Cube inventor Ira Hayes, and veteran product developer Craig Olson.
About the Company
IdeaPros was founded with a mission to fill a gap in the market for a more accessible and practical alternative to traditional entrepreneur education.
The company is known for accepting product idea pitches from aspiring entrepreneurs, who then become partners after passing a grueling review process akin to the show Shark Tank. To date, the company has supported over 350 partners and has been instrumental in launching ventures in sectors like technology, food, and consumer goods.
Interested parties can learn more about its mentorship programs by visiting https://www.ideapros.com
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