The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and how to achieve Product Market fit for your Startup?

The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and how to achieve Product Market fit for your Startup?

 

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About The Event

Event Organizer: Pradeep Prabhu

Organizer's E-Mail ID: pradeep.manoor@gmail.com

TICKET PRICE: Rs 1000/- per person 

EVENT DURATION: 2 Hours

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  1. Startups (Idea/Early Stage/MVP/Prototype/Pre-Seed)
  2. Entrepreneurs looking to start a company
  3. Students
  4. Anybody interested in Startups & Entrepreneurship
  5. Startups interested to raise money from investors

EVENT DETAILS:

Startups often struggle to build products that their target customers love. Either the product isn't good or the product isn't able to achieve Product Market fit. Entrepreneurs and thought leaders in Silicon Valley have been stressing the importance of building products that customers love and achieve Product Market fit. This is the biggest challenge that Founders face.

In this intensive workshop, Startups will get razor sharp advice to build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and how to achieve Product Market Fit.

ABOUT THE EVENT ORGANIZER:

Pradeep is the Founder & CEO of Startup Wizardry (http://www.startupwizardry.com) which is an Events company specializing in Entrepreneurship. He specializes in Business Model Innovation & Venture Capital Investments (Angel/Seed/VC). He has mentored several Startups at his company and Accelerators such as NUMA Bangalore ( A Paris based Startup Accelerator  http://numabengaluru.com/), Institute of Product Leadership (http://www.productleadership.in), & Raffles Design School (http://rafflesbangalore.com). He is an Events Organizer at Startup Pirates (A Portugal based Pre-Accelerator http://www.startuppirates.org/) & Startup Weekend (TechStars https://startupweekend.org). He is a Curator for Startup Digest Bangalore (TechStars https://www.startupdigest.com). 

Prior to this, he worked as a Management Consultant at US Government Agencies like Client Network Services Inc., (CNSI)/US Department of Agriculture (USDA) in Washington DC, & short term gigs @ innovative startups like ZoomCars (Bangalore), Plutora (Australia), & G2G (Bangalore). He is a Computer Science/MIS graduate from the State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • Tickets once purchased are non-refundable under any circumstances and cannot be transferred to anyone else. However, it can be used for future events in case if the ticket owner can't make it on the specified event day. (Note: This Workshop will be repeated every monthly once)
  • This ticket is applicable only for the duration specified in the event agenda
  • Lunch is not included in the ticket. Light snacks & coffee/tea will be provided between breaks
  • Participants are required to bring their laptops. Since this is a hands-on practical session, some of the activities will be performed in your laptops

"Founders go wrong when they start to believe their business plan will materialize as written. I advise entrepreneurs to burn their business plan - it's simply too dangerous to the health of your business." ~ Alexander Osterwalder (Strategyzer)

"If you're trying to create a company, it's like baking a cake. You have to have all the ingredients in the right proportion" ~ Elon Musk (Tesla)

"Just as we tend to underestimate the role of luck in life in general, we tend to overestimate it in games of chance" ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Banker & Economist)

"When Facebook first started, and it was just a social directory for undergrads at Harvard, it would have seemed like such a bad startup idea, like some student side project" ~ Paul Graham (Y Combinator)