Startup Programs FAQ
Who are startup programs for?
Whether you’re someone that has an idea, leading an organization of 20 or more people, or somewhere in between, FLDWRK’s startup programs help to bring clarity and meaning to the work that you are doing through in a supportive community of like-minded people. Each program is designed for a specific stage of development for startups and founders. See our startups page for more information.
How much do startup programs cost?
Prices vary. See our startup program pages for specific details.
What kind of speakers will I hear from?
Our curated network of advisors come from diverse industries, areas of expertise, backgrounds, and perspectives; yet they all share the same heart for helping organizations thrive and advance the common good through what they do. The content they share is at the cross section of inspiration and insight, so you are encouraged and equipped to tackle the unique startup journey you are on.
What kind of topics do you cover?
Our programs address content from various key areas of development that we’ve identified as essential to the startup journey. Some of these topics include: personal leadership development, organizational development and strategy, business model development, value creation and delivery for your customers, pitching and communication, social impact and financial viability.
Can I pitch at Pitch Night without being in a startup program?
Pitch Night is a core element of our startup programs and while we would love to allow everyone to have that platform, it is currently reserved for participants in our programs. Learn more about our programs to find out if one of them is a good fit for you.