This webinar provides the ideal introduction to Lean Start-up philosophy and practices.
Lean Start-up helps entrepreneurs reduce the cost of developing new products and services by ensuring that they do not waste time and money designing features that customers do not want. It emphasises the importance of getting customer feedback from the earliest stage of the development process. Many believe that application of Lean Start-up principles gives entrepreneurs a better chance of success without needing large amounts of outside funding and the need to develop elaborate business plans.
This webinar provides the ideal introduction to Lean Start-up philosophy and practices. It will be of interest to anyone considering launching or developing a product or services, business support providers, or anyone interested in this increasingly popular business model.
By taking part in this webinar you will be automatically enrolled on Innovating for Growth Start-ups. An ERDF funded British Library programme to help get your business off the ground. I4G Start-ups consists of 12 hours of support spread over 8 webinars; Doing Research from Home; Introduction to Lean Start Up; Research for New Business; Introduction to Patent Searching; Introduction to Registered Designs; Introduction to Trade Mark Searching; and Get Started Part 1 and 2.
About the presenter, Nigel Spencer:
Nigel is currently responsible for services to support innovation and entrepreneurship at the British Library Business & IP Centre. Since joining the Library in 1983, Nigel has been responsible for managing a diverse range of services. These have included the BL Lloyds Bank Business Line; the seminar programme; reprographic and photographic services; the Patent Express document delivery service; the images online picture library; reference services across all Reading Rooms, and the provision of access to premium subscription online databases in the Reading Rooms.
Please note this is an online webinar. You do not need to come into the library to attend.
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