Here’s this week’s update from the The Founder’s Foyer show!
Kernal is the community platform to connect founders, investors and startup ideas. 15,000+ members, 1,500+ startup ideas, they are doing an amazing work in helping creators and builders find success with their project journeys.
Sonia, Blake, and Aishwarya sit down to discuss everything around what makes it interesting for creative folks who look out to building amazing stuff—from no-code tools to helpful communities and resources, the internet is full of inspiration and guidance to step forward and get better at our craft. They also talk about the challenges in running a startup, building sustainable communities, and working towards helping founders in their projects.
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We discuss plenty of stuff:
Inception of Kernal as a startup - how did the platform come in?
Napkin math of Kernal's founders and how they planned the strategy
Why Kernal's philosophy is rooted to supporting ideas
How's Kernal different from Twitter, Product Hunt
Why it's important for creators to share ideas in public
How to stay focused on the progress of what you're building
Validation of ideas from the community around
What's the biggest hesitation of today's founders?
Interesting observations from what excites creators today
Using the community support to grow ideas
What's challenging about processing customer feedback
How they bring in global mentors on the platform
What's the future for builders looking like
MVPs and creator tools are more accessible
How being scrappy really helps when building on ideas
How startups can boost their brand with ambassadors
Using ambassadors as early beta testers
What's in store for Kernal, creator community, and builders
How builders across the globe connect and support each other
Check out - http://kern.al/ideas
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