Starting a business is hard, and usually results in lots of wasted time and money as you test, fail, and 'go back to the drawing board'. We help parent entrepreneurs (‘Parentpreneurs’) to build successful businesses whilst having time with the people they love.
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Who can you help?
We help parent entrepreneurs (‘Parentpreneurs’) to build successful businesses whilst having time with the people they love.
What problems do you solve?
Starting a business is hard, and usually results in lots of wasted time and money as you test, fail, and 'go back to the drawing board'. For parents, this is particularly painful. Instead, you want an approach that gives much greater confidence of building a profitable business, whilst still having time with your kids. Getting help is important, but most of the support out there isn't designed for parents with prams, screaming babies, and toddlers with chickenpox.
What makes you unique?
Through our 6-week online accelerator program, we take Parentpreneurs step-by-step through the '6-steps to get your first sales'. We provide a combination of on-demand videos, live Q&A calls, peer-coaching and online community specifically for parents. Through these, we help you to build and test a startup business, while getting more time with family, not less. As a result, we guarantee that if we accept you on our program, and you don't end up with a business you love and paying customers, you get 100% money back.
"Parents can be great at building businesses. We know how to manage time, prioritise, and cope with imperfection. However, its still easy to spend months and £1,000s on a business idea that doesn't work. At the Mums Enterprise Roadshow, I'm looking forward to sharing a new approach to building a startup, that gets results much more quickly, with less effort and more time with your family.” - Alexis Kingsbury, Founder, Parentpreneur Accelerator
Alexis is also the host of the Parentpreneur Accelerator Podcast, and will be recording live at the roadshow! To listen to previous episodes, visit: http://www.parentpreneur.com/podcast/