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    Developing and Innovating your Business – How Lean Startup Can Help

Developing and Innovating your Business – How Lean Startup Can Help

Creating a business, new product or enterprise has always been hit & miss. In the past when a business was created a business plan was created, finance raised, a team formed, a product or service created. Voila, another company opened for business! Unfortunately – the odds are against creating a business in this traditional way. According […]

Customer Development using Lean Startup Principles

ThousandSeeds ‘Lean Startup Initiative’ continues with Customer Development – Hands-on Workshop

Camden Court Hotel, Camden Street, Dublin.
You will get a 3 month license to use the Lean Launchpad Central tool as part of the fee ($60 value).

While much has been written about Customer Development, in practice — it’s hard!

This workshop will be very interactive which is a systematic approach […]

Customer Engagement Process – using Lean Principles

ThousandSeeds ‘Lean Startup’ and the Customer Engagement Process – Hands-on Workshop

Camden Court Hotel, Camden Street, Dublin.
While much has been written about Customer Development, in practice — it’s hard!

This workshop will be very interactive which is a systematic approach to develop products that solve customers problems. This gives your company a competitive edge to get your product to market more […]

Lean Startup Meetup Dublin

“Startup success can be engineered by following the process, which means it can be learned, which means it can be taught.”- Eric Ries.

“Lean Startup” is a term coined by Eric Ries. His method advocates the creation of rapid prototypes designed to test market assumptions, and uses customer feedback to evolve them much faster than via more traditional product […]

Drop killer products and go for lean machines in half the time

Be A Lean Mean Profit Machine

ThousandSeeds hosts Ash Maurya workshops on Running Lean in London & Dublin

Ash Maurya’s Bio

Ash bootstrapped his last company, WiredReach, in 2002 which he sold in late 2010. Throughout that time, he launched many products with varying degrees of success and was constantly in search for a better way to build products.

In late 2009, Ash ran into into Steve Blank’s lectures on “Customer Development” from where he followed the trail to […]