5 Questions For Aspiring Entrepreneurs

  1. Who is your customer? (Example: Facebook’s customers were its users)
  2. What value are you providing? (Example: Facebook was connecting people)
  3. How will you reach your customers? (Example: Facebook used social networks)
  4. How will you make money? (Example: Facebook made money by selling ads)
  5. Can you get enough customers at that price point? (Example: Facebook would never have been able to sell enough ads to survive.)

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User Experience Friction:

If it takes five taps to get from landing on your app’s screen to completing the task you want them to complete, then there is friction.

Intent:

Alexander Lim

Founder of Cudy Technologies (www.cudy.co), a full-stack EdTech startup helping teachers and students teach and learn better. I am also a mentor and investor.

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