... you’ll be able to turn that idea into a successful start-up. We’ll show you how to test a start-up idea on potential future customers alongside your job or course of studies. So you can make a well-founded decision on whether it’s worth embarking on the path to self-employment.
The reasons why start-ups fail are not down to difficulties with financing and the like, but are usually linked to a lack of demand for the new product/service. That’s why you should find out early on whether your idea will be accepted by customers.
To do this, it is not necessary to invest a lot of time or money. Discussions with around 100 customers over a period of 2-3 months should indicate whether your idea has a genuine chance on the market, identify your future customers and reveal what they are really looking for in your product/service.
The “lean start-up” approach from Eric Ries, the principles of customer development described by Steve Blank and the method of developing a business model using Alexander Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas represent a solid foundation on which to examine start-up ideas and develop them into viable business models.
You’ve discovered that your idea has potential and now you want to know how to transform it into a start-up. We’ll be your guides and facilitators when it comes to accelerators, sponsorship programmes, investors, partners in industry or suitable office space in Düsseldorf.
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