How Non-Technical Founders Can Build Successful Tech Products

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Can non-technical entrepreneurs build tech companies? Eric Bahn says yes, and explains how he did it.

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Eric Bahn, angel investor and serial entrepreneur (who founded and later sold Beat The GMAT), shares some great tips for entrepreneurs like him who want to start a tech-driven company, but don’t necessarily have a coding or mathematics background. Namely:


  • Understand your customers before you start marketing to them (validate first!)
  • Use prototyping tools to create mockups of your product
  • And most importantly, don’t let not having a technical co-founder stop you from building your MVP.


Yes, the technical part is important. But being prepared is also key. For more advice, watch the full video.



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