With a ~$2 billion endowment the Kauffman Foundation is the largest non-profit focused on entrepreneurship in the world. Giving away $80 million to every year (~$25 million to entrepreneurial causes) makes Kauffman the dominant player in the entrepreneurship space.
Kauffman launched Founders School – a new education series to help entrepreneurs develop their businesses during the startup stage by highlighting how startups are different from big companies.
In January 2014 Part 1 of the “Startups” section of Founders School went online.
This group of six videos provides an overview of how to successfully do Customer Discovery. You’ll learn how to:
- get to know your customers
- devise ways to test your hypotheses
- glean insights from what you learn outside the building
- get, keep and grow customers
As in the first part of this series, I’m in good company – I’m joined…
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