Startup Challenge, Week 5 – A Bit of a Break

  Previously on the Startup Challenge: We decided that we would make a RedBubble store dedicated specifically to t-shirts called BDC (short for BOYS DONT CRY). We decided that our mission statement would be to make designs for shirts as opposed to the popular notion of making shirts for designs. We began to develop ourContinue reading “Startup Challenge, Week 5 – A Bit of a Break”

Startup Challenge, Week 4 – Startups are Hard

Previously on the Startup Challenge: We decided that we would make a RedBubble store dedicated specifically to t-shirts called BDC (short for BOYS DONT CRY). We decided that our mission statement would be to make designs for shirts as opposed to the popular notion of making shirts for designs. We began to develop our marketingContinue reading “Startup Challenge, Week 4 – Startups are Hard”

30DayStartup, Week 3 — The Ramp-up

Previously on the 30DayStartup Challenge: We decided that we would make a RedBubble store dedicated specifically to t-shirts called BDC (short for BOYS DONT CRY). We decided that our mission statement would be to make designs for shirts as opposed to the popular notion of making shirts for designs. We decided that our marketing wouldContinue reading “30DayStartup, Week 3 — The Ramp-up”

30DayStartup, Week Two — Design and Marketing

[Didn’t read part one? Check it out here!] Okay, I hinted at this before, but its official – I literally have no idea where I am in this challenge anymore. Pretty sure 30 days is relatively 4 weeks, so I figure on the 4th post we’ll just launch then. As for the startup itself, we’veContinue reading “30DayStartup, Week Two — Design and Marketing”

30DayStartup: The Beginning

As promised, here’s my first post for the 30DayStartup challenge! This whole thing is already extremely messy; I wasn’t able to post last week like I had thought I would be and I’ve also already lost my place as to what day I’m supposed to be on this challenge. Guess that serves me right forContinue reading “30DayStartup: The Beginning”