Many founders take huge risks by quitting their jobs to focus on their start-ups. However, this strategy is unnecessary in most cases. Moreover, it puts founders under tremendous mental and financial pressure. We believe that in most cases great companies can be started as side projects and there is nothing wrong with that.
Presenters are partners at Genascent.com: Mark Glikson (former Microsoft executive, entrepreneur and investor), Dmitry Yatsenko (former senior M&A lawyer and entrepreneur).
Objectives and what we’ll learn:
First steps (idea, market research, first validations, proof of concept)
Team set up
Achieving balance: work vs project vs family friends and other
Fund raising strategies
Right time to quit full-time work and dedicate focus to your start-up
Help of ecosystem players
This workshop will enable you to:
Focus on the right things
Avoid unnecessary costs
Build a short and mid-term project development plan