Startups are hard work. You’re jumping off a cliff and building a parachute on the way down. You’re pivoting, pushing against the clock, riding the highs and lows - and the learning curve is pretty much vertical most of the time... Which is why the right knowledge and right mentors are your greatest assets.
You can’t do it alone. And at girledworld we know we wouldn’t be where we are today without those critical life supports along the way.
We payed our startup learnings forward recently as a feature Case Study for the Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of Melbourne ‘Innovation and Entrepreneurship Employment Fundamentals Course’.
Offered to students, the online series was created to give students additional employability skills and real-world market insights. In the girledworld module we deep dive our market opportunity from ideation to validation, team challenges, customer discovery phase, and get under the hood of the realities of day-to-day life inside a fast-growing startup.
Big thanks to Tom Whitford, Professor Colin McLeod and the entire production crew for the opportunity for our team to pay it forward.
Here’s hoping we ignite the startup spark 💥 in future female entrepreneurs launching out of The University of Melbourne 🚀
More course info at https://lnkd.in/g