Mon, 21 December 2020
Today, you’re in for a treat. Inside the Capitalism Incubator, a couple dozen brand owners have been busy preparing to launch their million-dollar brands. Each one of these entrepreneurs has taken ownership of a problem that’s plaguing a specific group of people who are hoping and praying someone, somewhere will come up with a solution. These brand owners are about to answer their audiences’ prayers.
Now, as I’ve taught over and over, you don’t have to have a big bankroll to launch a million-dollar brand. I recently published a video on YouTube detailing how I launched a brand with just $600, and later sold it for $16 million.
But having investors backing your brand can sure help speed up the process. That’s why we put our Cap Inc students through a powerful exercise we call Pitch Week. It’s grueling at times. It’s emotional. It’s a huge stretch for some. But they did it! (And they’ll be the first to tell you that this assignment was incredibly valuable for them.)
Give a listen, and you’ll hear a handful of our Cap Inc students pitch their brands to a panel of investors. If you’re a budding entrepreneur, you’ll pick up some gems of insight that can give you clarity as you think about the brand you want to build. If you’re an investor, you’ll get a sneak peek at the kinds of brands the Capitalism Incubator is helping to launch.