During week six of the TWO39 LABS Accelerator Program, Sam natello, founder of Dot Com Global Media, shared his expertise on leveraging content appropriately to create large company impact on a startup budget.
Tracy Adams joined the cohort for a very entertaining and educational "Founder Fireside Chat." Tracy shared some useful information on identifying technical resources and avoiding burnout.
The cohort then took a look at how different survey questions like a NPS CSAT and Customer Effort Score can be used to benchmark customer experience through sales, the customer journey, and how retention can impact growth and valuation.
On Thursday, Peter Ocsody of the SouthWest Florida Community Foundation, joined the cohort where he briefed on social entrepreneurship and the opportunities that are born out of thinking community impact first.
Tony Degliomini joined once again to focus on mental health and wellness.
The final session of the week was a team exercise that reviewed buyer personas. The group discussed how to leverage those personas in sales, marketing, and customer on boarding tactics.
Next week, the cohort will continue to review progress on their final pitch.
We look forward to sharing all our progress as we continue towards the cohort's "Demo Day" on December 10th, 2020.
The TWO39 LABS accelerator program has completed the sixth week of its 13-week program. Selected entrepreneurs/startups will continue to participate in workshops, work with industry experts, and mentors to accelerate their companies. The 13-week cohort is followed by the final pitch- where entrepreneurs will present their companies to investors. The winner of the pitch contest will be awarded $5,000 at the end of the program. Follow along as we continue to update the startups process! Learn more about the TWO39 LABS entrepreneur accelerator program here: www.two39labs.com The mission of TWO39 LABS is to provide startup companies and entrepreneurs with the necessary tools to accelerate growth and build successful companies. In turn, these companies will bring and retain economic opportunity, innovation, technology, and investment to Southwest Florida.