An Entire MBA in 1 Course
The Essential Guide to Entrepreneurship by Guy Kawasaki
iOS 10 & Swift 3: From Beginner to Paid Professional
The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course - Build 21 Apps
The Non-Technical Person's Guide to Building Products & Apps
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If you are or aspire to be in the world of business, then you better aim to be constantly improving -- not only your company but yourself as well.
That's where Udemy comes in. The online learning and teaching marketplace has more than 40,000 courses and 12 million students.
Here's the really excellent part: We've sifted through those thousands and thousands of courses and picked 6 of the best. You can enroll in each of them today ... for just $10.
From an entrie MBA in one course with Chris Haroun, to learning the essentials of entrepreneurship from Guy Kawaski, to building apps with Evan Kimbrell, you can take your skills to the next level without breaking the bank.
Let's take a look at the options.
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Chris Haroun’s success story is no secret.
An award-winning business school professor, MBA graduate from Columbia University and author of the book that Forbes has deemed “one of six books that all entrepreneurs need to read right now,” called 101 Crucial Lessons They Don’t Teach You in Business School, Haroun has the magic touch when it comes to business sense.
And Haroun’s inspirational success story doesn’t stop there. Lately he’s been making a (large) footprint in business education. Haroun is now branching out to share his knowledge with the world, knowledge he picked up working at Goldman Sachs, the consulting industry at Accenture, several companies he started, the hedge fund industry at Citadel and the venture capital sector. Haroun jam-packed his real-world research into what is now the number-one bestselling business course on Udemy, called “An Entire MBA in 1 Course.”
Every journey starts with a single step. But what if you’re itching to launch your very first business but don’t have the slightest clue how to go about it?
Meet Guy Kawasaki, who helped turn the Macintosh into a cultural icon and who encourages everyone to discover their innate artistry on Canva, the online graphic design tool. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur of any skill level or experience level, Kawasaki can help you peel away layers of uncertainty in the business formation process -- from when you formulate a business idea to the moment the idea gets validated by the market -- in more detailed video lectures here available to our readers.
Price is an ex-tech consultant and all-around app development pro. After making a name for himself in the technology consulting world, he dove into developing, and has 57 apps under his belt. With iOS 10 and Swift 3: From Beginner to Paid Professional, he’s sharing everything he knows about the newest changes.
Then there's Percival, who runs the well-known web hosting and design service Eco Web Hosting and is the instructor for Udemy’s most popular and highest rated paid course. He’s bringing you The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course - Build 21 Apps. Learn from the best as he uses the most popular apps to teach you development concepts – by making your own clones of current apps such as Instagram and Snapchat, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes view at what makes these apps incredible.
There are many ways to compensate for the lack of technical skills. You can always learn them, partner with people who have them, or get the right tools and techniques that will help you test and launch a business idea on your own.
Here's one of the best tools for non-technical entrepreneurs to plan, build and launch a product: Sprintkick’s Evan Kimbrell launched a new course to show you how it’s done. From the moment your business idea sparked into existence to testing whether the market wants it; and from creating a prototype to building your product on a tight budget, Kimbrell’s 20-hour video course walks you through each step non-techies should take to win a lopsided game.