Sydney-based education startup Open Learning is becoming the platform of choice – even venture technology firm BlueChilli has used OpenLearning’s platform to deliver their new 99 to Launch course.
The BlueChilli team believe they take a very different approach to building startups, saying that they don’t just build apps, they build businesses.
With a massive team of experienced technologists and mentors and through their own learnings with their increasing list of investments, they work closely with founders to identify the underlying user needs and develop their business case and business model, before starting to code the solution.
Many startup founders often miss the key steps needed in the rush to get an idea to market. In the new 99 to Launch self-directed learning course, BlueChilli will be sharing 99 key steps they have identified that founders should follow to prepare their business for success.
This course aims to work startups through these steps, ensuring they cover everything at the exact stage it is meant to be completed.
The beauty of this course is that not only are you actively learning how to build the best startup you possibly can, you are actually building the business in the process. It’s all about putting everything into practice, not absorbing theory.
BlueChilli said the course covers everything from initial idea validation through to financials, legals and preparing for further investment. 99 to Launch allows founders to piggyback off the engine that drives BlueChilli startups success.
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