How would it feel to walk out of your corporate office for the final time? Or are you sick and tired of undifferentiated online business models that create no long-term value? Or are you tired of looking for a tech cofounder to get your start-up idea off the ground?
You are in the right place.
Internet MBA: How to Start a Software Business - Without Writing a Line of Code will walk you through a revolutionary, proven process for starting a software business, regardless of whether you have an awesome idea or a large bank account, and without you having to write code.
Previously, the ability to create a software company was restricted to coders with access to venture capital, though now, as technology advances, the barriers to entry have dropped just enough for the ambitious entrepreneur to take advantage of a shared services and global talent pool.
The main issue now becomes navigating the treacherous obstacles that await the entrepreneur on the road to building an automated value/cash producing system.
Fortunately, Tom has spent the past four years making all the mistakes so that you don't have to.
You may be stuck in a soulless corporate career, looking for a new innovative and profitable Internet business model, or want to launch your start-up. Regardless, you need a process.
You need a step-by-step, proven process to follow that will take you by the hand and guide you through the treacherous jungle that is the Internet in 2017. There are few business models that offer both profitability and differentiation to the same extent as software as a service. And the best part? When your value/cash producing system is operating effectively - this system is extremely valuable to potential acquirers - you, the owner, are not directly involved with the value creation process.
By the way...this is how almost anyone gets rich - by selling a cash producing asset. And who better to learn from than someone who has made all of the mistakes before?
Wait...who is this Tom Hunt guy?
After studying chemistry at Imperial College London, Tom went to work for the Big Four accounting company E&Y and global management consulting firm Accenture. The only issue was he didn't give a sh*t about the work. After two years in the corporate world, things had to change. And they did when he sold his first pair of male leggings to someone that he didn't know through the Internet in 2013 (find out how in the book). Tom then spent the next four years investing a disproportionate amount of his time in building Internet businesses. This journey has lead Tom to speak at a TEDx event about failure, pitch to the Dragons' in male leggings, and travel the world, all while building, scaling, and selling Internet businesses.