1. Think about your idea of business
Do you already have an idea?
What problem do you want to solve?
Which product/service would you improve?
2. Validate your idea
Is your idea worth the investment?
Let's use the Javelin Board to investigate
Who are your potential clients?
Are you answering their needs and problems?
3. Competitor analysis
Who are your competitors?
How do they sell, how do they advertise?
What is their price?
4. Market analysis
How many are the clients you will sell to?
Let's use the TAM SAM SOM method
5. Validate the solution
Is your solution the most functional for your clients?
How can you test this?
Be open to change your product or service
1. Why should you discuss with investors?
What do they expect from you?
How can they help your project?
2. What do you need to present?
How to prepare for a meeting with investors?
What is a pitch deck?
3. Financing opportunities
How can you finance your business?
Which are the most common opportunities?
Which is the most suitable for you?
1. Product development
Can digital tools be useful? Which ones?
How can you speed up the process?
How can you improve the final product/service?
Define your goals and your target
Find the best marketing tools for you
How to find contacts that can help you grow?
Could you need a partner?
Take advice from people already in the field
The final event, called Idea Market, gave rising entrepreneurs from Slovakia, Poland, and the Czech Republic the opportunity to present their business ideas, consult with trainers from other countries, but also to test the viability of their ideas through confrontations with independent experts (Adrianna Śniadowska, Katarzyna Sędkiewicz (Malec), Nadia Bouacid).