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Webinar| Innovations Basics

Webinar| Innovations Basics

Friday, May 29, 2020 10:00am to 12:00pm
No Fee

Learn How to Pivot Your Ideas

You’ve got ideas.  Lots of them.  And maybe you’ve even built a couple products, written a few things, or programmed a cool app.  But none of those ideas or things you’ve built seems to have ‘taken off.’  They are cool, but don’t seem to have the game-changing ‘umph’ that the iPhone or Facebook did.

Chances are that while the ideas or builds you’ve got are awesome, they didn’t hit their target audiences in a way that made them simply.have.to.have.it.  Frustrated, perhaps you’ve told yourself that you’ll never be a Jobs, Woz, or Zuckerberg.

But what if we told you that there was a systematic way you could take your initial idea, tweak it just right, and get meaningful traction with it?  

By building out an idea with customer cooperation, you too can make killer ideas real.  Just by listening to prospective customers, you can find out what they really care about and make it easy and delightful for them to solve their problems.

In this workshop, we’re going to show you how every customer you’ll ever meet ticks.  We’re also going to show you how to find groups of prospective customers online so you can find evidence of their problems right away.  Then, we’ll use what we discover to put together something called a Value Proposition.  

Sound cool?  Register for this free workshop, then!

This is a Zoom webinar event.  Once you register, we'll send you a link to the Zoom Webinar.  We'll also send a link 24 hours ahead!

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