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Lean Startup in Action

When:

Wed Sep 25 2013, 7:00pm–9:30pm

Where: Microsoft Singapore, 1 Marina Boulevard, Singapore , Raffles Place, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Regular: $40.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: elisha

Lean Startup is a field-tested philosophy that provides you with a toolset to minimize failure and increase your chances of success. But what is Lean Startup, or more importantly, how do I implement Lean principles into my own company?

Drawn from Eric Ries’ bestseller, this short introduction shows you how Scott Bales drives successful ventures.

Scott has been building startups for the past 7 years and have refined a practical approach to building “lean startups.” This is a science for transforming an idea to a functioning new business with minimal risk, wastage and learning.

Scott is a founding member of Moven, the mobile-centric payments business that helps customers to spend, save and live smarter. He is also the founder at Next Bank, a mentor to Entrepreneurs throughout world with Lean Startup Machine, sits on the Board of Care Pakistan and holds advisory positions at Our Better World, HUB Singapore and CDI Apps 4 Good.

Learn why hundreds of companies, from financial services companies like Moven to social companies like Instagram to large corporations such as Intuit, Investec and News Corp are using this revolutionary technique.

Register here: https://www.learnemy.com/groups/lean-startup-in-action

You will learn:
- Practical knowledge in developing new products using lean startup methods
- Learn the science of validated learning
- Approaches to unlocking new innovative ideas
- Methods that can you apply to your business or organisation

Course outline
- Introduction to Lean Startup
- Ideation & Validation - Customer, Problem & Solution - Assumptions - Minimum Viable Product
- Get Out Of The Building - Product Market Fit - Customer Discovery & Exploration - Pitch Method - Concierge - Research Analysis & Interruption

Who should attend?
- Entrepreneurs
- Product Managers
- Executives and managers with a mandate for innovation