This challenge helps entrepreneurs with disruptive businesses accelerate their growth using the science of exponential growth.
A new challenge conducted by Growth Thinking in the last 12 months has helped 25+ hand-picked startups with the Founder Institute and other startup accelerators/communities like Startup Grind grow talented founders startups.
The objective is to initiate exponential growth within high-potential startups quickly. The challenge is celebrating its 100 episodes and 12 months of operations with the following results:
- $138 Million in revenue was generated among the contenders,
- 628% average return on investment among the contendership,
- 1,200% average growth rate among the contendership, and
- 90-day average time to initial stages of exponential growth
Founders are hand-picked via a sponsorship program where they need to qualify for the challenge. Once in the challenge, founders with the Growth Thinking design methodology and its founder Nader Sabry work one-to-one for 10 days.
The episodes are then published and put on YouTube as a learning tool for other founders to learn from. The YouTube episodes have generated just under 2 million watch minutes until today. The series is also being used by investors and funds to recruit high-growth companies into their portfolios.
The growth challenge is designed for startups in their growth stages that have already landed their funding and have an established product/service offering in place. These are usually round A or B startups spanning across a wide range of industries with most having a significant technological foundation.
Growth Thinking is a design methodology for growth hacking by the bestselling author of Ready Set Growth Hack, Nader Sabry. It has been applied as a book and a $1 million challenge known as the 10-day growth hacking challenge, which has generated $138m in revenue. This methodology has been adopted by universities like Harvard and Stanford, fortune 500s (Google/Microsoft), and unicorns.