Israel, a small, young country of a little over 8 million people, was able to reach an economic growth that now has exceeded the forecasts, with high-tech startups and a larger venture capital industry per capita than any other country in the world. Penetrating a global market can be a terrifying, seemingly impossible mission for a young startup but the truth is that you shouldn’t be scared at all!
Best Suited For:
Startups seeking to Go Global - this seminar will focus on go-to-market strategies,tactics
and tips for "Going Global", including:
Researching new markets
Understanding new market culture
Finding pioneer distributors
Overtaking a new market
The global gaming market is expected to be worth $118.6 billion by 2019. With new VR innovations popping up every day, this growing giant is truly one of the biggest opportunities for "Game-Changing" startups.
But, with growing markets, there are also growing customer (gamers) demands.
Startups need to stay up to date with new technology,originality and design, while struggling with limited resources.
For these reasons, our gaming seminar will serve as a guideline to gaming startups:
Becoming innovative and profitable simultaneously
Maintaining Year-by-Year Revenue growth
Creating formidable UX
A good product is essential for a startup,that’s a no-brainer. But what good would a product be if no-one has ever heard of it?
Simply put, startup marketing is a unique challenge often due to limited resources, whether it’s time, money or talent.
Whether you're an early stage startup or a round C one, you need you have the next
topics straightened out:
Social media marketing
Creating a killer press kit
Your story, your connections, your presence
Every startup at any stage needs to be aware of the legal pitfalls coming its way and manage itself financially.
The seminar is divided into 2 main viewpoints:
Attacking a global market: legal perspective
Term sheets with international investors
Creating & managing international cash flows
For many entrepreneurs, the MVP (minimum viable product) is considered their first big leap of faith when creating a startup. In this seminar, we will debunk common myths & doubts surrounding MVPs.
We will delve into the differences between a POC and an MVP.
A startup needs to ace the relevant terms in order to issue a steady MVP that produces traction:
Product/Market Fit - Why is it important for future traction?
From business plan to minimum viable product (MVP)
Choosing your critical features
A new and exciting seminar that focuses on fundraising from 2 completely different points of view.
Funding as a startup:
Crowdfunding and the wisdom of the crowd
Preparing for investment capital
Becoming an investor:
Developing an initial investing strategy