Louisville, Colorado (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
An estimated three out of four Web startups fail; but a home run can mean millions in profit for an Internet entrepreneur. On May 15th, Eric Scott, CEO of Colorado-based Dolphin Micro will host a 30-minute teleseminar designed to show Web entrepreneurs how to turn a great idea into a highly profitable startup by carefully defining their minimum viable product.
The short presentation, followed by a Q & A session, will address the importance of honing one’s business or application concept before investing time or resources in development.
Since 2008, Scott and his team at Colorado-based Dolphin Micro have helped build and launch a number of successful Internet startups. Scott worked alongside the Brainscape team to help evolve a simple online learning system prototype into a suite of over 40 iPhone apps. In 2012, the company helped startup Golf Pipeline emerge as the web's most convenient way to find, book and share tee times. Custom stationery company May Designs, featured on The Today Show and Good Morning America, has experienced rapid growth thanks in part to Dolphin Micro's ecommerce expertise and custom web-to-print solutions.
The company also works with large corporations like AT&T, Condé Nast and DuPont to deliver the web, mobile and ecommerce solutions their in-house technical teams can't.
A serial entrepreneur and business development specialist, Scott has been featured on "Rescue a CEO," Intuit's small business blog and MRC's "Cup of Joe," and most recently appeared on the Experience Pros Radio Show. The May 15th call will be the first in a series of training events for startups and small businesses.
Those interested in attending the event can register at http://www.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138989670