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Student Entrepreneur Startup Case Studies with Sramana Mitra

Lessons from Student Entrepreneur Led Startup Case Studies
Sramana Mitra
7 students enrolled
How to navigate to success as a solo entrepreneur through in-depth interviews with successful student founders, who share their insights on the subject.
How to identify startup ideas for student entrepreneurs.
What the trends, new innovations and best business models are for student entrepreneurs.
When and how to bring on a team when you are a student entrepreneur.
When to start raising funds for your startup when you are a student entrepreneur.
How to scale your startup when you are a student entreprepreneur.
What the exit options are for a student entrepreneur.

The 1Mby1M Methodology is based on case studies. In this course, Sramana Mitra shares the tribal knowledge of tech entrepreneurs by giving students the rare seat at the table with the entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders who provide the most instructive perspectives on how to build a thriving business. Through these conversations, students gain access to case studies exploring the alleys of entrepreneurship. Sramana’s synthesis of key learnings and incisive analysis add great depth to each discussion.

I was a grad student at MIT when I started my first venture in 1994. It was before the Internet became mainstream. In fact, it was my generation that facilitated this transition. As such, I had to learn on the job, by making a lot of my own mistakes.

Today, students – University, College, High School – are equipped with a tremendous amount of online knowledge sources to learn entrepreneurship rapidly and efficiently. While dropping out of college has become acceptable, my recommendation still remains that you finish your degree. Sure, Bill Gates dropped out. Sure Mark Zuckerberg dropped out. Sure Steve Jobs dropped out. But that doesn’t mean everyone who dropped out succeeded. Your probability of career success still improves with a college degree.

However, you can start your entrepreneurial journey while still in school and get things going.

In this course, and in the rest of my Udemy courses, you have access to case studies of entrepreneurs who have done it before.

Make a habit of spending an hour with an entrepreneur or two everyday through these courses.

Observe how they did it.

Pay attention to the decisions they made.

Find inspiration.

Find education.

I have no doubt that you can emulate their success.

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
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