Every Thursday morning, I coach five entrepreneurs with many more listening to the sessions. And like a parrot, I keep asking these entrepreneurs to validate their ideas. I give them a framework with which to do so. I give it to them ahead of time hoping they would use it and come prepared.
And yet an abysmally low number of them do so, making lack of validation of the business idea the single biggest reason for Infant Entrepreneur Mortality (IEM).
It is hugely frustrating.
In our recent discussion on what entrepreneurship programs, business schools, and incubators must teach, the issue came up time and again. So, in this thread, I invite you to discuss what your educational program is doing to teach entrepreneurs how to validate their ideas.
This segment is a part in the series : Entrepreneurship Education