Welcome to our incubation program!

This is the week-by-week of your incubation program.

How is the learning process with Bridge for Billions?

The 4-month disciplined-based entrepreneurship program divided into 8 business modules helps you go from business idea to market in a short period of time.

  • Every week review and challenge your work with your personal mentor guided by the business modules.
  • Every 2 weeks get started on a new business module to validate your business idea.
  • Every 2 weeks meet your peers to learn and share about the soft skills needed to grow as an entrepreneur.

Sneak Peek into the Program

Our methodology is the dotted line and interactive pathway so that you can build your business from the ground up in a structured way through our 8 online business modules. You get your ideas out, refine them weekly with a personal mentor,  build on them, and learn as you go. 

The reality is that if the process is done in a disorganized and unengaging way, entrepreneurs tend to jump from one YouTube video, to a checklist, to a canva and onto a white paper, getting external input from one person to the other. This messy and superficial path overcomplicates the process and reduces the chances of you seeing it through. 

The core of our learning-experience

The Bridge for Billions’ method is based on creating an entrepreneurship learning experience where founders, like you, from all over the world, are “pushed” into the uncertainty and ambiguity of launching a business in a structured space and with the right support.

1. Learning happens while doing

The truth is founders learn best by doing and magic happens when they start working with questions and not with answers. Our program allows you to formulate your own ideas and really answer the tough questions in a step-by-step format by committing to fill the tool weekly.

2. Founders must confront the market

Entrepreneurs must develop a thorough and market-ready proposition to attract clients and obtain enough funds to launch. We make sure that you are “out there” developing a feasible business by validating it with their real customers and user discovery is part of getting the job done.

3. Founders need a lighthouse

The entrepreneurship journey is chaotic by nature, chances are you’ve been juggling hundreds of ideas and different paths in your head for a while before coming to this point. At Bridge for Billions, we use a mix-up of technology with human touchpoints to support you both structurally and emotionally.

4. Purpose is a must

In our programs, entrepreneurs apply with their own business ideas and during the application process we make sure we accept truly committed founders. We don’t promote “problem assignation” because we know founders don’t devote to something they don’t find purpose in.

5. It all starts with efficient brainstorming

Following design thinking principles, we believe creativity and ideation should come first. Then, only after considering all the possibilities and considering new things, should you focus on the most critical areas. That’s why most of our activities start by diverging and end with convergence, a selection of the most important items.

6. Accountability is key

When building a venture, you should meet specific time-based objectives that create necessary pressure. We built the core of our program in a step-by-step way so that you always know what comes next and follow-up on your work weekly with your personal mentor. Business modules unblock timely to provoke a healthy pressure and keep you motivated and going.

7. Having a sounding board sprouts many more ideas

During our program not only mentors are able to give concrete feedback on specific topics directly on your work but also if you’re working with your team you can collaborate organically on the platform through the comment section. We believe ideas get stronger when challenged, so we built our incubation program to do just that.

8. Entrepreneurs need flexibility

Most entrepreneurs are juggling founding a business with their full-time jobs, their families and life in general. Providing a flexible but disciplined environment helps you balance the two. Our program adapts to you by only requesting 7 hours of your time. This allows you to keep moving at your own rhythm without feeling overwhelmed and hurt by the process.

9. Visual learning can go a long way

Across the program, every module is presented in a clean visual format and words give you a chance to explain your thinking process. By mixing up written explanations and data visualization we ensure that founders understand the theory behind their work, and are able to pivot accordingly by applying the learnings again if needed.

10. It is an emotional ride

The entrepreneurship journey is a lonely one for most founders. That’s why we built an online community for you to seek advice, ask for help and connect with other members. We host softskill checkpoints to chat about the values and behaviours needed to grow as an entrepreneur or more technical sessions on different topics for entrepreneurs to feel safe on certain domains they do not fully understand.

1. Learning happens while doing

The truth is founders learn best by doing and magic happens when they start working with questions and not with answers. Our program allows you to formulate your own ideas and really answer the tough questions in a step-by-step format by committing to fill the tool weekly.

2. Founders must confront the market

Entrepreneurs must develop a thorough and market-ready proposition to attract clients and obtain enough funds to launch. We make sure that you are “out there” developing a feasible business by validating it with their real customers and user discovery is part of getting the job done.

3. Founders need a lighthouse

The entrepreneurship journey is chaotic by nature, chances are you’ve been juggling hundreds of ideas and different paths in your head for a while before coming to this point. At Bridge for Billions, we use a mix-up of technology with human touchpoints to support you both structurally and emotionally.

4. Purpose is a must

In our programs, entrepreneurs apply with their own business ideas and during the application process we make sure we accept truly committed founders. We don’t promote “problem assignation” because we know founders don’t devote to something they don’t find purpose in.

5. It all starts with efficient brainstorming

Following design thinking principles, we believe creativity and ideation should come first. Then, only after considering all the possibilities and considering new things, should you focus on the most critical areas. That’s why most of our activities start by diverging and end with convergence, a selection of the most important items.

6. Accountability is key

When building a venture, you should meet specific time-based objectives that create necessary pressure. We built the core of our program in a step-by-step way so that you always know what comes next and follow-up on your work weekly with your personal mentor. Business modules unblock timely to provoke a healthy pressure and keep you motivated and going.

7. Having a sounding board sprouts many more ideas

During our program not only mentors are able to give concrete feedback on specific topics directly on your work but also if you’re working with your team you can collaborate organically on the platform through the comment section. We believe ideas get stronger when challenged, so we built our incubation program to do just that.

8. Entrepreneurs need flexibility

Most entrepreneurs are juggling founding a business with their full-time jobs, their families and life in general. Providing a flexible but disciplined environment helps you balance the two. Our program adapts to you by only requesting 7 hours of your time. This allows you to keep moving at your own rhythm without feeling overwhelmed and hurt by the process.

9. Visual learning can go a long way

Across the program, every module is presented in a clean visual format and words give you a chance to explain your thinking process. By mixing up written explanations and data visualization we ensure that founders understand the theory behind their work, and are able to pivot accordingly by applying the learnings again if needed.

10. It is an emotional ride

The entrepreneurship journey is a lonely one for most founders. That’s why we built an online community for you to seek advice, ask for help and connect with other members. We host softskill checkpoints to chat about the values and behaviours needed to grow as an entrepreneur or more technical sessions on different topics for entrepreneurs to feel safe on certain domains they do not fully understand.

Are you ready?