VIDEO: How To Get Noticed

Teaching Startup: The Show - Episode 2.3
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Getting noticed in startup is all about building relationships -- with your investors, with your customers, and with your potential investors and customers. Cultivating these relationships is one of the most important jobs for every founder, and it's a shame that a lot of entrepreneurs don't do it right.

WedPics co-founder Justin Miller is an entrepreneur you should try to be like, and not just because Jon Colgan and everyone he's ever met has said so. In this episode, Justin details how he establishes and maintains those relationships, and why they're so important. Getting noticed is about the long game, the slow burn, and there's rarely such a thing as overnight success.

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Beyond relationships, we'll talk about differences in startup strategy, building your company by roadmap vs experimentation, and why each method is valid. We'll also get into why you and your startup should be selling the same thing, the same experience, and how selling can be made as simple as your customers asking you for your product or service.

This episode is a lot of Justin and Joe, two entrepreneurs that have been through tens of millions of dollars of fundraising, and in Joe's case, a couple of healthy exits.








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