TikTok is one of the largest social networks with over 1.2 billion users looking for short videos and entertaining content, but could TikTok be a source of interesting information for startups and entrepreneurs as well? In this article, we look at the 10 best TikTok accounts that entrepreneurs and startups should not miss.
TikTok has been growing rapidly, especially since 2020, when it was the most downloaded app of the year. It is no longer just a social network where young people dance in short videos, there is a wide variety of content for everyone. And, while the dancing videos are still available, there are also plenty of ideas, and tips for entrepreneurs and startups on TikTok.
10 TikTok accounts entrepreneurs and startups should not miss
1 – @capitalcaroline
Caroline is both an investor and a startup advisor. Her TikTok account contains useful content for startups and entrepreneurs including suggestions on what a pitch deck should look like. From a link on her TikTok account, it is also possible to connect with her and pitch your startup.
2 – IndexVentures
Index Ventures is a VC firm. Its account is very inspiring as it provides a wide array of content including a review of the latest trends in tech, marketing tips, and behind-the-scenes stories of the early stages of some now-famous companies.
3 – @mike.in.tech
Mike is a former Facebook product manager. His current startup allows users to buy NFT with regular credit cards. On his TikTok account, Mike, shares ideas for startups and entrepreneurs on how to run their businesses. There are also some more fun, ironic, videos and others that explain how Mike’s current startup works.
4 – @justinkan
Justin co-founded Twitch and on his TikTok account, there are plenty of tips for startup founders. Those are normally mixed with other short videos covering the latest trends in the tech and startup world.
5 – @PaulGrisel
Paul’s TikTok account is devoted to helping startup founders. The type of content Paul shares includes ideas for tools to use when working in a startup, and growth hacking strategies. He also advises on free resources available for entrepreneurs.
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Mostly focused on marketing tips, Anaita’s page is one of the best on TikTok regarding marketing and growth hacking. Anita loves to share ideas on how to drive traffic to your website and how to grow your brand. Her ideas could also help you with your social media channels.
7 – @shapingelements
Syed has launched five startups and raised over 3 million USD on Kickstarter. On his TikTok account startups and entrepreneurs can find ideas on how to manage and grow their businesses. Very interesting are also the videos on how to use social networks to increase the number of customers you have.
8 – @startupwithsam
Sam works as a VC and her Tiktok content reflects her role. On her TikTok account startups, founders and entrepreneurs can find both more about the latest tech trends, but also, about the VC life. The series of videos about useful tools for startups that Sam shares with her audience is also one of the best available on TikTok.
9 – @startupgrowingtips
Yasin’s job is to help startups grow and from his page, it is possible to connect directly with him to book a consultation. On his account, he posts content about business and startups in general. He also likes to share with his TikTok audience what he considers to be the best tools available for startups and entrepreneurs.
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10 – thestrongstartup
Alan is a startup coach. On his page, you might find plenty of content to answer any questions you might have as a founder. He posts content on a daily basis, and he also has a very cool newsletter to subscribe to.
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