Building a startup is a process of constant learning about which variables such as a value proposition, traction channels or monetization strategies will make the business model work.
If you want to build a successful startup you should also put yourself in a constant learning mode. Co-Founders Club helps you cultivate your learning habits and turns networking meetings into collaborative learning experiences.
Cultivate your learning habits together with learning partners.
Meet potential co-founders during collaborative learning sessions.
Create a highly competent founding team and build a successful startup.
Solo founders take three times longer to develop their companies than two co-founders
Solo founders are two times less likely to adapt their business models to new opportunities
The most successful innovative companies are built by two co-founders: one with strong Discovery Skills and the other one with strong Delivery Skills
Startups built by three co-founders reported the highest employment growth rates
Networking events are often full of consultants, freelancers and sales representatives
Co-Founders Club filters out all kinds of salespeople and those who "don't have time" to learn
Of each ten new internet startups only one survives
The Club gathers those who are ambitious and determined to build a successful startup
Co-Founders Club matches co-founders with similar levels of complementary skills, trust and engagement
Club members learn how to build successful startups during collaborative learning live video sessions
Prospective co-founders get to know each other better and build mutual trust
Club members receive feedback that helps them to improve their skills
The people leading almost every successful startup in history are just different. They're a very tiny percentage of the world population, and their brains are wired for chaos, uncertainty, and blinding speed. They're irrationally focused on customer needs and delivering great products. Their job is their life. It's not 9-to-5, it's 24/7. These are the people who found high-growth, highly-successful scalable startups.