Executive Education

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The business landscape of the world has experienced rapid evolution and thus we are now operating in an environment that is markedly different from the recent past. A key feature of this new environment include working with Global teams and working remotely. Another key feature is the objectivity with which companies approach challenges. And finally the grandest evolution has taken place in how companies communicate with consumers. The identity of the consumer has changed and thus brands are in need of solutions that work with this new identity. The executive education programs at Startup Saturdays are specifically designed to address these needs.

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Leadership Training

The leadership training offered by Startup Saturdays is the result of working with hundreds of companies from a variety of industries. An executive taking the leadership training class can expect to have solutions presented based on the collection of these experiences. The leadership training is particularly useful for executives who manage or will manage Global teams. Another perspective candidate for the executive education is someone who will be managing technology development. The technology landscape has the ability to be rigid in its attempts to solve problems. This rigidity has implications for global teams that work together through technology. The objective of this training is to help leaders form a well rounded understanding of complexities that arise from these interactions. The leadership training at Startup Saturdays is unlike any other as it aims to strip away normative behavior and replace it with pragmatic behavior that meets every team members individual needs. It is important to understand that Startup Saturdays leadership training program is based on an environment where teams form and work to achieve specific technological goals. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)

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Startup Leadership Training

Silicon Valley has served as the hub of Global startup activity for a better part of the past 100 years. Everything is a myth unless you don’t strive to start a company yourself. The startup leadership training is purely for startup founders and executives. This training is designed to mold startup executives in their early formation years. This training has been most useful for companies that are looking for funding, are in the process of funding or have recently been funded. Attendees must be a team of 2 or more. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)

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CTO Academy

Want to learn about the most effective and up to date practices for technology development and implementation? CTO Academy meets this challenge by educating attendees on the latest businesses practices and technologies in use for solving business problems. Students in the CTO Academy work with a variety of programming languages as well as platforms to build a better understanding of the inner working of these robust technological solutions. Extensive programs also include visiting lecturers and company visits. Attendees to this training are not required to have any prior programming experience or knowledge. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)

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Technology Executive

A training program specifically designed for business executives in technology companies. This program teaches the fundamental technological skills necessary for survival in a technology company. The executives attending this program are not required to have any prior programming knowledge or experience. The training includes hands on exposure to programming. This training also aims to form a strategic mindset that executives can utilize when making technology related decision. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)

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Startup Academy

An all encompassing solution that lies on the intersection of technology and finance. Students learn financial as well as technological strategies that can be valuable to their startup’s success. The startup academy is an extensive solution that prepares students for the pathway of taking a company from startup to IPO. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)

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Programming Boot Camp

Startup Saturdays also offers extensive programming boot camps that cover front end and back end development. Classes focus on Mobile Application Development, Web Application Development, Server Side Programming, Embedded Systems Programming and Interface Programming. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)

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UI / UX Design Training

User Interface and User Experience are the key driving factors behind any product’s success. The UI/UX design training is more than just hands-on exposure to developing a high end user interface. It is also a study in psychology that teaches a development pathway for optimizes results. Students make a variety of designs utilizing a variety of tools thus learning the psychology of design as well as the different platform available for design creation. For more information please email: classes_AT_StartupSaturdays_dot_net (replace_AT_ with “@” and _dot_ with “.”)