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Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching
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Lean Launchpad - Week 2 - Pitches & Coaching

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This week we focused on practicing deep customer empathy through interviewing. We also did initial pitches and provided thrill / kill feedback about each presentation.

This week we focused on practicing deep customer empathy through interviewing. We also did initial pitches and provided thrill / kill feedback about each presentation.

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  • 5 minutes
  • 30 minutes
  • Thrill & kill feedback should be focused on presentation, presenter and business
  • 10 minutes
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    • 1. Video
    • 2. » Design a delightful vacation for your partner ˃ Lots of why questions!
    • 3. » Networking / Practice» Weekly Topics» Ground Rules» Pitches» Homework» Mentoring
    • 4. » 5/19 – First Pitches (9am-11am)» 5/26 – Experiment Day (9am-5pm)» 6/2 – Customers, Users, Payers (9am-12pm)» 6/9 –Value Propositions (9am-12pm)» 6/16 – Distribution Channels (9am-12pm)» 6/23 – Customer Relationships (9am-12pm)» 6/30 – Revenue Models (9am-12pm)» 7/7 – Partners (9am-12pm)» 7/14 – Key Resources & Costs (9am-12pm)» 7/21 – Lessons Learned Presentations (9am-12pm)
    • 5. » Be on time» Support team balance» Be accountable (High say/do ratio)» Make sure materials are online» We’d like videos!
    • 6. » 3 Minutes (no exceptions)» 2 minute quiet brainstorm – What thrills?» 2 minute quiet brainstorm – What to kill?
    • 7. » Cluster» Find Patterns» Prioritize
    • 8. » Read pages 86-111, 135-145 of Business Model Generation» Review pages 53-84 of Startup Owners Manual» Read: Steve Blank, “What’s a Startup? First Principles,” http://steveblank.com/2010/01/25/whats-a-startup-first-principles/» Read: Steve Blank, “Make No Little Plans – Defining the Scalable Startup,” http://steveblank.com/2010/01/04/make-no-little-plans-–-defining-the-scalable- startup/» Read: Steve Blank, “A Startup is Not a Smaller Version of a Large Company”, http://steveblank.com/2010/01/14/a-startup-is-not-a-smaller-version-of-a-large- company/» 3-5 minute presentation ˃ Market Size ˃ Type of business: IP, Licensing, startup, unknown ˃ Proposed experiments to test customer segment, value proposition, channel and revenue model of the hypotheses.» Start your customer discovery blog – Post to our Google Group

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