Startups Coach fosters Entrepreneurship in Young Professionals

Boston, MA — Boston based Startups Coach, Ms. Hetal Shah, fosters entrepreneurship in young professionals in the United States. It is true that universities and incubators offer support to early-stage startups. Ms. Hetal Shah offers innovative, customized and detailed advice. Hetal is an immigrant from Mumbai, and has been living in the Boston area for decades. She has a degree in engineering. She has authored three business books, and has a blog called Startups Coach.

Hetal was the Founder and CEO of a startup many years ago. She wanted to become very rich. Her startup reached some milestones, but shut down because of lack of funding. She had unique and valuable skills. She decided to offer Startups Coaching Services – 3 Zoom sessions with a startup for $300.

Hetal’s third book, Guide to Profitability, is available of Amazon. The video book trailer of her three business books is available on YouTube. Her Meetup group, “Entrepreneurship Connection” has over 1,000 members.

Some of Hetal’s goals are: She wants a small Insurance firm to sponsor her meetup group, “Entrepreneurship Connection” in Boston. She wants some startups coaching clients to email her. She wants give some public speeches on startups topics. She wants to become an Advisor to two startups. Hetal can discuss via email, telephone, Zoom, and at restaurants in Boston.

According to Hetal, the characteristics that startup founders need are: mental capabilities, optimism, risk tolerance, perseverance, creativity, leadership and execution skills.

Hetal’s startups coaching Zoom sessions involve discussing the product, team, market, and milestones of startups. These sessions are for early-stage startups. Hetal has many professional contacts, and she has good presentation skills.  Hetal’s blog has some valuable knowledge for new startups.

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