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By Andrew Amann, CEO of NineTwoThree Venture Studio, a two-time Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company. Andrew and his team have created 50+ products and 14 startups.
Part of the reason for the continued growth of startup studios relates to the repeatable processes these businesses hone over time - as studio founders gain more experience fashioning new organizations, they leverage any lessons learned to become more efficient
Entrepreneurs looking to create a repeatable process to forge new businesses, generate new startup ideas and build successful development teams are increasingly turning to the startup studio model. Instead of simply creating one startup, this approach ultimately reduces the risk involved in business creation and increases the odds of a successful startup.
Let’s take a contrasting look at both approaches to help you make the best decision for your new business. After all, new tech doesn’t have to completely change how a business sector operates to be impactful.
Rather than developing a strong business model and then deciding how to fund it, there are ways to build a business plan that naturally makes it easier to raise capital.
Here, nine members of Young Entrepreneur Council discuss the potential solutions to those issues and why they’ll help set you up for success.
Let’s look more closely at some of the reasons why building a digital venture studio makes sense as a predecessor to forming a startup.