Criação de Startups: Como desenvolver negócios inovadores

Start Date: 08/09/2020

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Esse é um curso introdutório sobre criação de startups, ele é composto por aulas teóricas que abordam métodos como Customer Development e Lean Startup, e aulas práticas com empreendedores das maiores startups brasileiras compartilhando suas experiências sobre o assunto. Neste curso serão abordados os seguintes temas: 1) Comportamento de um empreendedor 2) Como analisar e explorar o mercado para a sua ideia 3) Como interagir e entender o usuário 4) como validar a sua ideia 5) tópicos em marketing digital, operações, produto, investimentos e ecossistema Ao final desse curso, esperamos que você esteja familiarizado com os principais conceitos e metodologias de criação de startups. Para melhorar o seu aprendizado, trabalhe com uma ideia ou um projeto e tente trabalhar nas entregas opcionais ao final de cada módulo. Não deixe de ver as perguntas frequentes antes de se inscrever Conheça os nossos outros cursos: - UX / UI: Fundamentos para o design de interface - Marketing Digital - Inove na gestão de equipes e negócios: o crescimento da empresa - Marketing e vendas B2B: fechando novos negócios - Consolidando empresas: Estrutura jurídica e financeira

Course Syllabus

Nesta semana, você será introduzido aos seguintes tópicos: (i) traços do empreendedor, formação, alinhamento e cuidados ao formar um time para a criação de uma startup, (ii) compreender e analisar o seu mercado e (iii) modelo de negócios. Nas aulas contamos com as participações de Gabriel Yamate da e Miguel Chaves.

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Esse é um curso introdutório sobre criação de startups, ele é composto por aulas teóricas que aborda

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Marketing Business Strategy Entrepreneurship Strategic Management Lean Startup

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