Join select Seed-Stage Startups to work hands-on with TheVentureCity Dream Team remotely, June 14th-18th & to be eligible for potential investment ($100k-$300k)
Our team has worked in companies such as
In this 5-Day cash & equity free virtual event, you and your co-founders will have the chance to hear how TheVentureCity approaches Product-Led Growth and get valuable perspectives and insights into your startup, including feedback on your startup strategy, product, fundraising and how you can leverage your product for exponential growth.
Having come from companies like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Pinterest, eBay and others, our team has spent the last several years guiding 50+ startups. Along the way we have continually refined our approach to growing startups based on extensive trial-and-error and pattern matching.
As part of the Product-Led Growth Week, you will automatically be eligible for First Ticket investment consideration and continued hands-on / tailor-made Product-Led Growth support from our team of experienced operators.
Designing the product in a user-centric way
Making the product the centerpiece of the go-to market strategy
Acquiring and retaining customers
Making data-driven decisions
Discover how your product can be the main driver of growth and why this approach has been used by successful startups like Slack, Dropbox, Zoom and many others.
TheVentureCity took our vision and amplified it. The team is very open, transparent and really listens to support you.
Building a company is hard enough, we want to do it with people we are excited to be working with. It is not only about skills and connections, it is also about having fun working together.
On the one hand there are investment funds and on the other hand, people who belong to a team with funds to invest. TheVentureCity is the second case and what makes it unique. There is no better partner for your Startup.
It’s the level of talent of the team at TheVentureCity. It was a really great experience to get that knowledge and pick their brains on, what worked and what didn’t work.