The statement posed by Michael Knouse of Startup Sessions was, "what if I told you there was a way for your startup to be 6x more likely to stay in business, 5x more likely to raise funding, and 2.5x more likely to exit positively, than the national startup average?" Recently journey gym's CEO, John Friess, was asked to speak to the answer here, which is Starve Ups.
Starve Ups was Oregon's first startup accelerator that he co-founded and has been the Executive Director of for most of the past 14 years. journey gym is one of 93 startup membership companies within Starve Ups, which specifically accelerates founders of innovative and disruptive startups to initially survive the first 3 years of business, then to strive into profitability, and then eventually to thrive towards a positive exit.
To hear how Starve Ups was started, why it has been argued in international news as the most successful accelerator in the world, and why journey gym is a member company simply watch this interview.