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Top Online Classes Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Take


Online education is taking the world of business by storm. It has changed how designers are being educated using technology. Before, the best education and institutions have always been located around the industry's design capitals like London, Paris, Milan, New York and Tokyo. Now, students from different places around the world can learn from these schools through online programs.

Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller also spoke up about the rising cost of higher education and how it has become unattainable by a lot of people. With online education, through their website, Stanford-quality education can be achieved for free.

Aspiring entrepreneurs can take advantage of a lot or online materials that can help them build their business. Inc. shared the top online classes that every budding business owner should take before creating their own company.

"Starting a Business While Working a Full-Time Job"

This course is made especially for those who don't want to risk losing the security of a stable job and paycheck while building their own business. Ryan Robinson, a veteran entrepreneur, teaches students his 10-step method on how to launch a business and keep one's day job at the same time.

"How to Build a Startup"

This online course is led by another veteran entrepreneur and author Steve Blank. It focuses on the "Customer Development Process" and teaches business owners how to develop and test ideas based on customer feedback.

"How to Start Your Own Side Business"

This provides a comprehensive guide on how aspiring entrepreneurs can keep their jobs while launching a successful side business. It also has lessons on how to avoid common mistakes and pitfalls of a business.

"Find Your First Profitable Idea"

This is perfect for people who want to build a business but don't know where to start. It helps you find the million-dollar idea that can catapult your business to success. This course also teaches you to recognize and build on ideas that can potentially grow into highly lucrative businesses as well as avoid those ideas that are doomed to fail.

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