Learn, try and experience new methods to bring your projects to life.
PARISOMA is a space where ideas meet execution. We are open-sourcing the entrepreneurial journey to help startups turn their ideas into sustainable companies. Every Monday and Tuesday evening (and most Wednesdays) we gather best-in-class instructors at the intersection of design, technology and business to help startups build a team, a product and a business.
We believe in learning by doing. Our classes include role-playing, prototype-building, live case studies, quizzes, team projects, competitions, and more. Our instructors focus on practical solutions to real-world problems.
The First Steps to Starting a Startup, by Philip Rosedale, founder of Coffee & Power and SecondLife.
Ruby on Rails Fundamentals, by Curtis Schofield.
Stanford Design Thinking Crash Course, by faberNovel.
We help our members by introducing them to other experienced entrepreneurs. Each Mentor is successful in their own field and can provide advice and tools to help your startup move the needle on its goals.
Mentors give our entrepreneurs guidance in their business, advising them on marketing, challenging their business plan, reviewing the user experience of their project, and much more.
The Mentors we work with include Danielle Morrill (Twilio/500 Startups), Jared Goralnick (AwayFind/500 Startups), Caleb Sima (Andreessen Horowitz), and many others.