Y Combinator Launches Online Startup School That Will Teach You How to Start a Startup

Y Combinator, the world’s most powerful startup incubator, has announced the launch of an online Startup School to teach everyone how to start a startup.

The Online Startup School will house a gang load of videos from prominent Silicon Valley entrepreneurs such as Jan Koum (WhatsApp), Patrick Collison (Stripe), Steve Huffman (Reddit), Adam D’Angelo (Quora).

They’ll cover a wide variety of topics such as how to get ideas, how to build a great product, how to grow, how to build a culture, how to raise money, and more.

Also, the school will offer weekly online advice sessions specifically for startup founders. They’ll get feedback on their startups from advisors such as Daniel Kan (Cruise), Sanjay Dastoor (Boosted Boards), and Cindy Wu (Experiment).

This special “Startup Founder track” will be similar to group office hours at YC. An online community via Slack will be opened for the founders to connect with each other.

The online Startup School will run for 10-week beginning from April 5, 2017. You can join the over 10,000 people who have signed up already by signing up here.

About Aisha Sanusi 1524 Articles
African Entrepreneur Start-up Project (AESP) is a project that aims to support and empower African entrepreneurs. We are working towards economic development and growth in Africa by supporting entrepreneurs in Africa to become world market leaders. We believe that African entrepreneurs have a better chance of economic progress if they pool their resources, work together and support each other's businesses.

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