Limited resources mean you must work smarter, not harder.
Spending lots of money at the very beginning is typically not a good thing.
This event will cover lean methods and techniques:
• validating ideas
• business model generation
• customer and product development
• developing your revenue model
• how to build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
• lean startup marketing
• and much more...
Did you spend months developing a product... then launched and got very few customers?
Do you have a business that's not growing?
If you answered "yes"... or would like to avoid those situations... you must attend this meetup!
D.K. Smith is the managing director at the Brooklyn Innovation Center. (http://brooklyninnovation.com/) Their accelerator program gets startups through the seed stage, which typically means getting you to the point where you've built something impressive enough to raise money from later stage investors. Startups in the accelerator are eligible for funding from Brooklyn Innovation Center and a cohort of outside angel investors.
D.K. began helping startups after years of providing due diligence and Internet asset analysis to angels and venture capital firms. He's a serial entrepreneur who founded and sold two companies. D.K. has worked in ecommerce, digital marketing, SEO/SEM, and web-business concept development since 1999.