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You might have the perfect product or ideal service, but if your marketing isn’t hitting the spot then your startup won’t survive. With limited resources and a budget that makes you wince whenever you mention it, there isn’t much room for making mistakes.
Work experience gained while you are still studying is a great idea if you want to get ahead. Graduating with skills that are relevant to the industry you want to progress into will set you apart when it comes to leaving the student life behind.
Before you get to head up a successful business you need to do your market research. It might seem like a drag, but in the long run a good base of research will give you the tools to get ahead better than your hunches and instincts.
Account Executives can be found in a huge variety of industries. From recruitment, to PR, to advertising agencies; essentially any company that deals with clients and works in the B2B sector will require people to fill account executive positions.
I bet you thought naming your startup would be the fun bit. In reality, it can be a serious headache. There are a few rules that you might want to follow when choosing a name, but essentially you have the go ahead to let your imagination run free.
Getting a job after university is a huge challenge in itself. So what happens if it suddenly doesn’t feel like the right role for you? Should you carry on despite your misgivings? Or throw in the towel and switch it up?
For promoting your startup Twitter is perfect, as you are able to get to the crux of the matter without wasting time. It is also great for keeping on top of everything that is happening in your community because of the sheer amount of information exchanged every day.