Welcome and Overview

Hi! We are looking forward to be a part of your entrepreneurial adventure!

Let's get started with a quick overview of entrepreneurship. Here in learn.lighthouse.ac, you can view lessons and exercises to go at your own pace. Then head on over to community.lighthouse.ac to get feedback and find collaborators.

In the past, there was a clear difference between a small company in a local market and a large company with an international market. These days, it is possible for a small company to have a small niche market, but with a customer base distributed all over the world.

So now you have different options between growing fast and growing slow, staying local or going global. Depending on your goals and your strategy, you will have to recruit the right team with the right skills and resources.

Check out our blog post on Hipsters, Hackers, Hustlers.

You should have received an invitation for community.lighthouse.ac. If you haven't please send an email to [email protected] All members of the community are expected to follow our Code of Conduct.

Although we will do our best to enforce good behavior in our community, you are ultimately responsible for protecting and/or disclosing your intellectual property. Don't share anything you wouldn't be okay with other people being inspired or even copying outright.

You can view the webinar schedule here: https://community.lighthouse.ac/c/course/webinars.

The webinar will be held once a month. It will be on the last Thursday (US Time) and last Friday (Korea) of each month. You can access the webinar at this link: https://zoom.us/j/157180914

To find events, go to Meetup or Eventbrite. You can also see a list of all of the WeWork locations around the world to get in touch with their community teams to host an event.

Disciplined Entrepreneurship is available in multiple languages. You can buy it from your favorite online or offline bookstore.

You can also read more about entrepreneurship at MIT by visiting the website for MIT's Martin Trust Center.

You can read more about Microsoft's early competitors in this 2010 article by Harry McCracken from Technologizer.