The goal of the program is to show founders that successful entrepreneurship is, above all, practice-able, teachable, and learnable Sofia, BG/New York, US: Today, we’re excited to share with our community the news that we’ve been officially accepted to the highly-acclaimed New York-based accelerator TackleBox. Berger Neurorobotics will be part of the 6-week virtual cohort edition of the program that will provide us with the framework, network, and accountability to validate our startup idea and break through the early-stage wall. The program will help our team determine:1) How to build a system to help our early-stage startup deliver a product to market successfully;2) How to prioritize and execute on tasks and amplify our efforts in order to be able to[…]

Every good thing sooner or later comes to an end. That being said, we’re entering the fifth and final learning session of the Startup School (SUS) program organized and managed by the Y Combinator. Although final, a lot had happened during the ninth week of the course. Great discussions took place and a huge amount of turmoil occurred as well due to the interview invitations YC send out to some of the SUS participants. Nevertheless, we continued learning and developing ourselves in order to manage to achieve our final goal – raise a pre-seed round of investment and realize a product that people love. Learning Session #5:  Week #9: The Path to $100B + After PMF: People, Customers, Sales + How[…]