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The risk of setting up a startup on your own

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The risk of setting up a startup on your own

The risk of setting up a startup on your own
The risk of setting up a startup on your own

Stephen Haggard chairs the board at Eneza Education and drives the company’s work in data analytics, mobile commercial strategy, and online learning design. When not with Eneza, Stephen owns and runs a large edtech business covering EU and US markets from London. He is a thought-leader in learning innovations and African ed tech, writing or speaking regularly for Financial Times, Education Investor, African Business and Global Insight.

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Finding a co-founder - Course image

Start your business

The ‘Start your business’ course is aimed at founders who are in the phase of developing ideas and testing product-market fit.

The first module focuses on how to build a great team, the second module on the environment you operate in and the third module discusses the importance of knowing your target market.

Each module has a number of learning resources, which include:

  • Theoretical breakdowns where concepts are introduced – relevant to the African context
  • Videos of leading business professionals, entrepreneurs and investors, sharing expert advice
  • Quizzes where you’ll be challenged to apply what you have learnt
  • Useful downloadable templates and documents
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