This workshop is for people who have Internet-based business ideas and would love to launch them, but don’t know how to code. Absolutely no coding is required or necessary at this stage!
In this workshop, we’ll provide you with specific methodology and recommend free/inexpensive tools you can use to test and start your business. We’ll discuss business ideas and apply these methods to them. Bring a specific internet business idea you can share, and we may choose yours as an example in our workshop.
We’ll cover how to quickly launch a business idea without coding anything, how to market it, and how to measure your early-stage success. We take Steve Blank’s customer development philosophy and walk you through the online tools you need to execute on validating your startup idea.
The end goal of this workshop is for you to be able to walk away with a solid understanding of how to start your Internet business now that you have the online tools to help you validate your idea and test it online.
Elizabeth is an internet marketer and backend programmer, who in the last five years has done marketing for startups and was a marketing manager at Google.
Prior to becoming a marketer, Elizabeth wrote backend code for startups during the rise and fall of the dot com era.
Elizabeth holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford and an MBA from MIT Sloan.
Jennifer is a graphic and web designer, who in the last 15 years has developed graphics and frontend user interfaces for other startups, athletes, universities, orchestras, and of course for Shiny Orb and DressMob.
Jennifer holds a B.A. in Chemistry and Physics from Harvard and a Ph.D from MIT in Materials Science where she held the National Science Foundation fellowship and the Bell Labs fellowship.
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