Tech Startups: Can Non-Technical People Start Tech Companies?
Can non-techies start a tech company? This is the question we’re going to take a look at in this article, along with whats involved in launching a successful tech startup.
Below, we’ve gathered some opinions from experts, and social media. After you’re done reading, please let us know what you think about whether or not non-techies can start a successful tech company.
Can Non-Technical People Start Tech Companies?
http://theyec.org Social science Eric Bahn and Beat the GMAT founder talks about how he started his company and built out the platform as a non-technical founder. Mistake 101 is not doing enough customer validation before they build the product. Check out balsamiq or even powerpoint to create rough mockups. Share those with potential clients. Consider finding a technical co-founder once you’re ready to code.
Q. via Scott Edwards: I’m intrigued by the premise of HustleCon, that a non-technical person can found a startup. Can you speak a bit about how one would do that for a product that is not just “informational”
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CNNMoneyHe’s got killer instinct for hot tech startupsCNNMoneyIt’s a trait that’s served him well in spotting tech startups early and investing in them. Lilly is a partner with heavyweight Silicon Valley venture capital firm Greylock Partners, which …
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