We’re excited to announce the launch of Guy Kawasaki and Bill Reichert’s first online Skillshare class, The Art of the Start: Turning Ideas into High-Growth Businesses.

Do you have an idea for a business that you think will make the world a better place? This class will help you organize your thoughts and bring your concept to the next level.

Kawasaki was one of Apple's employees originally responsible for marketing the Macintosh in 1984, while Reichert has over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and operating executive. The co-founders of Garage Technology Ventures (who have provided early support for major startups like Pandora!) share their startup secrets and provide invaluable insights on launching your company, crafting the perfect pitch, and telling a great social story.

For the class project, you’ll have the opportunity to create a 10-slide pitch deck based on your learnings. And to sweeten the deal, the three students with the most compelling decks will earn the chance to join Kawasaki and Reichert at their Garage offices in San Francisco or via video conference call for a 2-hour mentoring session!

The class launches today and is accessible only to Skillshare Members. Don’t miss out, sign up here!

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Dennissa Karnjanaprakorn

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