Mobitila LLC has aligned with professional business building & mentoring group BizAssembly.org (BA). This award-winning 501(C)3 non-profit, is lead by a formal entrepreneurial-network of successful founders, startup experts, C-level talent, and savvy mentors that engage entrepreneurs to launch scalable, meaningful, enduring startups & technology companies, often from ideation or from the laboratory.

The team provides open standard framework, leading innovation, entrepreneurship education, training, and ecosystem development. This enables startup ecosystem operators to drive transformation to connect, visualize and make information flow within and between startup ecosystems globally.

The skillsets of the team create a unique set of programs and strategies for quick assessment, engagement, IP protection, market identification and/or analysis. The extended network of subject experts, founders, mentors, and professionals provide an incredible stable of talent to surround founders with proven and structured strategies for success.

The goal of BA Platinum is to help entrepreneurs do what they love, build strong teams, brands, products, obtain funding when deserved and create successful companies that hire high-wage employees and partners. In turn, these entities create entrepreneurial ecosystems which enhance shareholder value, create more jobs and give back to the community which allows all stakeholders to spend more time with their families and loved ones. all stakeholders to spend more time with their families and loved ones.

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Seeking solutions to creating Business is a legitimate reason to search & seek assistance. Mobitila along with Biz Assembly group provides a professional responsibility to ask whether & what needs solving. Very often the need and request for help is mostly in defining the real issue and Mobitila can identify, access and help provide guidance and assistance on it.

We can categorize the activities is in terms of the professional’s area of expertise (such as competitive analysis, corporate strategy, operations management, or human resources). Another approach is to view the process as a sequence of phases—