Saturday, December 20, 2014 — London, UK - It’s a sad fact that most tech startups &mdash even those with great ideas behind them&mdashstumble and fall before they’ve even had a chance to get off the ground. It may be tempting to assume that the failure is due to a lack of demand for what the startup has to offer. However, in most cases, the problem is simply that digital entrepreneurs need to acquire more in-depth knowledge about launching and managing their new business, as well as the skills that will help them pitch their ideas effectively to potential clients and partners.
Tech-MBA was started to equip entrepreneurs with all the essential skills they need to launch and run a successful online business in just a few weeks. The company’s founders are themselves tech entrepreneurs with real world experience of the challenges faced by online businesses in today’s fiercely competitive marketplace.
While business skills can make the difference between a successful online startup and a failure, digital entrepreneurs do not need to put their ideas on hold for years in order to acquire those skills before launching their business. Tech-MBA focuses purely on teaching those skills that are relevant to the needs of digital entrepreneurs, including writing a professional, effective business plan and building a clear, robust cash flow forecast model.
As Tech-MBA co-founder Marc Williams points out, this focus saves business owners precious time: “In today’s rapidly changing connected world, digital entrepreneurs do not have the time to spend two years on an MBA, ninety percent of which is irrelevant to online businesses. Tech-mba.com applies the 80/20 rule to the MBA and helps entrepreneurs cram the business knowledge they need in a matter of days.”
The next scheduled Tech-MBA class “ How to Write a Business Plan ” takes place in London on Tuesday, 20 January 2015. Places in the class start from £25.
Tech-MBA is based in London and provides a series of workshops and seminars teaching vital business skills to internet and mobile entrepreneurs.