How to start a company or business in a recession and get coaching and mentoring by a Techstars COO

How to start a company or business in a recession and get coaching and mentoring by a Techstars COO

Creating a business without the need for an accelerator and want to try it all yourself with ideas? Starting a company is no easy task, but I have tried to put together a few essentials for anyone to get started.

1.  Use the right tools

Domain - Goodaddy

Website - Webflow

Email Marketing - postr

Communication - Slack

Tasks - Asana

Logo creation - Fiverr (5USD)

2. Don't make these mistakes

Selling products for problems they haven't validated.  

No real problem -

No real urgency -

No real pain Remember that pain is an indicator of purchase.

3. A few ideas:

1. Service-based business

2. Self-paced digital course

3. A paid, private community

4. A subscription email or newsletter

4. Mentoring and coaching

Sites like Founderbounty, Foundr and entrepreneur all help with that if you looking for some.

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