Are you starting your entrepreneurial journey? Then this 5-hour foundation course is for you. I will take you through these 5 questions:
- How do you define the problem you are solving?
- What is the Value Proposition of your solution?
- How to find your target users?
- How to understand the market and your competition?
- How to build your product roadmap?
More and more consumers are making decisions online. But how to make sure your product or service is landing in front of the right audience. Is this is your main concern? Then sign up for my 4-hour virtual course to understand:
- How to share your product and service online?
- How to find your ideal customer persona?
- How to use metrics to drive growth?
- The 3 things you need to stop doing to grow online?
Arjita has actively spoken at Women in Stem Conference, TedX San Francisco, Google's Women Techmaker, Global Entrepreneurship Congress, Expat Women events and many others. Arjita's expertise lies in:
- Social Impact,
- Growth Marketing,
- Product-Market Fit,
- Entrepreneurship, and,
- Scaling through digital.
Her TEDx San Francisco talk. Click below to contact her for her rates.
Arjita is the founder and CEO of Equally, a universal platform to ignite the curiosity of kids. This became one of the semi finalists in the Global Learning XPrize and has reached kids in almost 10 countries.
Listen to her TEDx San Francisco Talk here.
She is currently serving on the Advisory Board of Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, San Francisco. She is a lecturer at the San Francisco State University where she teaches entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation and, business ethics.
She was also one of the co-founders of Startup India, an organization that built tools and resources for entrepreneurs in India to create impactful startups and inturn empowering Grassroot entrepreneurs.
Arjita started her entrepreneurship journey at 16. Her first startup was a vocational school in India, where trained over 10,000 people in communication skills and interview skills.
She has been able to organically build a pipeline of 40,000 users for her current startup. And, she did this by building digital communities, regular product testing, and user feedback. That is why she believes in growth through experimentation.
She now helps B2C startups in figuring out their growth and scale using her frameworks of product-market fit.
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