How Non-Technical Founders Can Build Successful Tech Products

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

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:



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



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