Startup Fundamentals program seeks founders
NH Tech Alliance initiative focuses on basics for building a new company
Applications are due by Friday, Feb. 26, for the NH Tech Alliance’s free four-week Startup Fundamentals program for New Hampshire tech startup founders.
The curriculum provides intensive instruction in various aspects of building a startup, including evaluating ideas, business models, value propositions, product/market fit, customers, revenue models, financing and pitching.
The program meets online and is anyone in the state. The sessions all begin at noon.
“The Startup Fundamentals program has been incredibly popular every year,” said Joshua Cyr, the program’s director. “We have run this program since 2015 and continue to see outstanding entrepreneurs innovating in New Hampshire. I can’t wait to see the ideas coming from our next batch.”.
Individuals currently working on tech startups that are somewhere between the idea stage and pre-launch are encouraged to apply. Applications are due by February 26th via the NH Tech Alliance site. The program begins in early March. Cyr said Startup Fundamentals will be offered a second time later this year as well.
The program is sponsored by our York IE and Hypertherm Ventures.