What are cheaper oneday alternatives to build your business with?

What are cheaper oneday alternatives to build your business with?

So your looking to do an MBA to help you learn how to build a business and are looking at oneday but thinking about what are cheaper alternatives that also have real entrepreneurs that have raised venture capital from tier one investors and exited businesses? We have put a selection of different ones below:

  1. Founderbounty University

A great starting point to get a business off the ground. It has a wide variety of courses for you guys to get started in thinking about getting a business off the ground. Probably the most up to date platform out there at the moment with real entrepreneurs who have been through the depth of actually starting a business. Some of the entrepreneurs have actually gone through accelerators such as Y combinator, plug and play and others (which are some of the worlds best business and startup investors)

2. Cousera Courses

A great all round way with some interesting topics on building a business but usually very personalised on certain topics. This may not be so suitable for people starting from scratch and looking on ways of building a startup unless your looking for something specific.

3. Masterclass courses

A well know site with lots of talk about people who have made it but no real resources on how they did it and specific points on what you should be doing in 2023 to build a successful business and what venture capital really are looking for to be able to fund you.

4. Skillshare courses

A great place to learn a bunch of extra skills. Its is a learning community for creators. Anyone can take an online class, watch video lessons, create projects, and even teach a class themselves.

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