Description

Makereconomics is a community for makers that are looking to get support and insights on building, launching, and growing a product or business.

The community was recently founded by David Gutiérrez, a developer from Spain. You can join by simply filling out a form and waiting until the founder reviews your application.

Once you enter the community, you will have access to a Slack group. Inside the online group, you can meet other makers creating their own projects. The community gives you a sense of togetherness and accountability to help you get unstuck and further grow your business.

Members usually talk about the ins and outs of launching a product or business. You can get insights on funding, feedback on your pitch deck, and talk with others about how to raise early-stage capital. There are also interesting discussions around growth, how to onboard new users, and how to get more sales.

On the other hand, the community will advise you on how to create hype for your project before its launch. You can also get tips and tricks for the launching process. Lastly, members also discuss off-topic stuff like taking care of your mental and physical health. Makereconomics is a supportive community that will allow you not only to expand your professional network but also to form long-lasting relationships.

Details

  • Year Founded: 2021
  • Founders:

    David Gutiérrez

  • Online Group: Yes
  • Online Platform: Slack
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual

Benefits

Join a community of makers:
Makereconomics is a community for makers. Inside, you will find fellow founders and entrepreneurs building their businesses and looking to grow further. You can get accountability and the support you need to build, launch, and scale your project.

Get insights and grow:
Inside the Slack group, members talk about all things makers economy-related. You can share your knowledge and learn about building a product, creating hype before its launch, and launching it properly for success.

Categories

Requirements

No requirements.

Place

Networking Events

Members connect and interact in a Slack group. By helping other makers you can build long-lasting friendships and connections. Members usually talk about funding and finding investors, how to onboard new users and generate sales, how to build hype before launch, and specifically how to launch.

Additionally, members talk about some off-topic stuff, like taking care of your mental and physical health.

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