Fresh out of university or stuck in a 9 to 5 job, you probably wonder how you can change things around and eventually make your love project into a profitable business. You might not have a fully fledged idea or teammates who share your vision yet, so you feel like most incubators and accelerator programs are way out of your reach – but you do need help to get started. And now, your voices were heard.
Kiuas, the leading startup accelerator in Finland just upped the game: they have launched a platform to cater for the needs of those who are playing around with the idea of starting a business or joining a project. Whether you are looking for content to help you get started, team mates or projects to join, Kiuas Inside is a good starting point.
Whether you want to develop your skill set or looking for a specific material, this is a good place to start. From theory to hands-on tips and tools, inspirational TED talks, this is the library of free materials collected for aspiring entrepreneurs. Our top picks are finding your why and 10 ways to rapidly test your startup idea.
Look for co-founders
You have a project you’ve been working on? Great! It’s time to take it to the next level. Find co-founders who share your vision and have the skills or experience you might lack. Build strong and diverse teams from the get-go, and shoot for the moon together – there’s nothing stopping you.
If you’ve always wondered when (or whether) your big idea would come and never really felt like pursuing any project on your own yet, it’s time to look around among the posted projects. You might fall in love with one or simply put your knowledge and skills to use. Success is rarely about that one big idea, it’s about execution. There’s no point in waiting around: join a project and find your tribe.
With everything you need to get started put in one place, you have no excuses anymore: get out there, work hard and make it happen.
Gabriella is a marketing and communications professional with several years of media industry experience under her belt. Content, copy, articles, interviews – now covering the Nordic ecosystem.