Launch in 1 market or 2 promising markets together
The word launch is thrown around so much as a founder!! It is uncanny but if you have been in the new founder school for a while, then you know that this can’t be taken lightly. Now we already know the following elements to launch a startup:
1. Building products first from a customer-driven perspective which we have talked about in this lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/building-products-from-a-customer-driven-approach-with-arjita-sethi/
2. Building a budget for launch to see you spend VS potential revenue which we have talked about in this lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/building-a-basic-financial-model-for-your-business-with-arjita-sethi/.
3. Building targetted sales pages for particular user personas to actually buy your product which @nairanjali15 teaches in this lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/building-sales-landing-pages-that-convert-by-anjali-nair/
4. How to plan, target and segment your customer by @aminochachiefoutsiders-com in this lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/targeting-segmentation-and-marketing-for-your-startup/
5. Building a launch roadmap to make sure everything is seamless which is covered int his lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/building-your-annual-roadmap-and-a-startup-checklist-with-arjita/
6. Building an effective AD strategy that @Anshul talks about in this lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/create-effective-startup-ads-with-anshul-dhawan/
7. And finally, how to build your sales ans communication strategy which @jariebolander talks about in this lesson: https://newfounderschool.com/courses/storytelling-for-startup-sales-pitch-with-jarie-bolander/
So now here is my question, as a founder, do you have the band width to do justice to 2 markets at the same time? Because as an early stage founder, you have to build everything from scratch.
Hope this helps! Please ask any follow up questions below.
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