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Starting Early, Starting Young – How To Launch A Start-Up?

Published on July 14, 2021

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Starting Early, Starting Young – How To Launch A Start-Up?

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”

Entrepreneurship is not just about ideas – it is about making the ideas happen. It is about facing challenges regularly and overcoming them. It is about fighting to see your idea turn into a success story. 

So how do you make an idea happen?

How To Launch A Startup

The first & perhaps the most important step in your entrepreneurial journey is to identify your skill & work on converting it into a successful venture. Be so good at something that the world will pay you for it. 

The next important step is to find your target customer base. After all, if you have something to sell, you need someone to sell it to.  

When you have a skill and a customer in want of that skill, focus on completing the project in the best possible manner. Make sure that you deliver and deliver well. Let your service define you. Then, find another customer based on the strength of the work you have done. Once you have a stream of regular customers you are set. 

You just need one skill. Find customers who need that skill and go!

Start Young, Start Smart

Starting young gives you an early-bird advantage and having a mentor to guide you goes a long way in establishing your business. Here’s a fun fact for you: Did you know that more than 40% of successful entrepreneurs start young? Interesting, right? Well, here’s one more: Did you know that 92% of entrepreneurs agree that mentors have a direct impact on the growth and survival of their business? Wow! 

The Young Business Academy program can provide you the mentorship and the guidance you require to kick-start your entrepreneurial venture. 

It is a 6-months program that provides young leaders a platform to solve challenges that bother them, create solutions that are unique to them, and most importantly, it urges them to go beyond just ideating. An idea is only as good as its execution, but execution requires the right set of knowledge and motivation. For learning to be truly transformational and for skills to be picked up and mastered, young leaders need immersion, direction, and commitment. Our program combines all that and brings young leaders and young entrepreneurs the platform to start their entrepreneurial adventures and start strong! 

The Young Business Academy was created to democratize entrepreneurship in India by enabling entrepreneurs across ages and industries to not just think and wonder but to allow them to see their entrepreneurial idea through and to experience the whole entrepreneurial adventure!

  • Our Solopreneur Roadmap will lead you all the way from building your foundation to getting well-paying clients. The program is structured in 3 phases:

    • First Phase: You will focus on building a rock-solid foundation for your business, from identifying the target audience to figuring out price strategies.

    • Second Phase: Here you will build on it further and create a foolproof engine for your system that will help you every step of the way.

    • Third Phase: Here you will ensure the system is ready to be launched by looking at components such as payment links and taxes. You will finish the adventure strong with your new and improved system!

Apply now and in just 180 days, watch your entrepreneurial idea develop into a well paying business!

The Big Red Group and our Ivy Early Entrepreneur Program

In our entrepreneurial workshop – Ivy Early Entrepreneur, students go through the process of business development and leave the entrepreneur program having completed a business model canvas, competitive analysis, financial model, minimum viable product, and a pitch deck.

Students get an opportunity to learn from successful entrepreneurs who are alumni of reputed universities and are experts in their respective industries.

These experts serve as coaches guiding students through the processes of developing a business concept. Risk-Taking, Decision Making, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Communication &

Storytelling, Design Thinking & Innovation, and Opportunity Recognition are a few of the key learning areas of our program.

On successfully completing the entrepreneur workshop, the guaranteed internship will be extended to all the students within our partner firms and with most of the mentors teaching the program. Students will be provided with a certificate of participation by The Big Red Group. This certificate can be used for your college portfolio.

Ivy Early Entrepreneur

11th – 17th Jan 2022

Idea Generation | Market Research | Design Thinking | Pitching

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