When you're launching a new app, digital platform or web-based tool, how do you make sure you're not wasting time or money on a bad idea? And once you've got something in front of customers, how do you prioritise and decide what to do next? In this workshop we'll introduce the Lean startup concepts of iterative development, minimum viable products, and building based on feedback.
Alan Rutter is the founder of consultancy Fire Plus Algebra. He delivers training for General Assembly and Jolt, and has advised hundreds of entrepreneurs and startups on product development, content strategy and communications, and business development.
This event is part of our summer business school.
From July to September, Republic is running a series of workshops for anyone who’s launching – or thinking of launching – their own business. You could be a freelancer looking to expand your revenue streams, an entrepreneur with an idea that needs to be nurtured, or business owner who wants to grow. You can either come to the whole series, or drop in for the workshop that’s most useful to you.
Our no-nonsense, jargon-free advice workshops are interactive, intimate and informal, so you’ll have the opportunity to get one-to-one feedback and network with like-minded Londoners.
Tickets via The Dots.
Venue: Import Building, 9th Floor
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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