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Women in business gateway codesign workshop Jan 2016

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The Department of Industry is seeking to undertsand the needs of female entrepreneurs.

Chief Disrupter led a workshop to rapid prototype a gateway for women entrepreneurs and start ups. The workshop provided the department with a blue print for the gateway that was co-designed by women.

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Women in business gateway codesign workshop Jan 2016

  1. 1. WOMEN IN BUSINESS Co-designing an Information Gateway for Women Entrepreneurs`
  2. 2. AGENDA • 11am - Welcome • 11.15am - Introductions • 11.35am - Mapping the ecosystem – Rapid prototyping Group work • 12.30 – Working Lunch • 1pm – Ecosystem map for NSW – Group work switch • 1.30pm – Pitching the new vision for a gateway • 1.50pm – Closing remarks • 2.00pm – Close
  3. 3. WELCOME AND PURPOSE • Caroline Lenehan | Director,Industry Connect NSW Department of Industry | Industry Development • Anne-Marie Elias | Chief Disrupter | Social Change Strategist Innovator Speaker
  4. 4. INTRODUCTIONS • Each participant to state who they are and what they do and why they are here • I’m Anne-Marie, I’m an entrepreneur and consultant in social change, I bring innovation, tech and start up to solve government problems. I am here because I want better engagement between government and entrepreneurs.
  5. 5. WORKSHOP PURPOSE Co-design a Female entrepreneurship portal connecting users to resources, services & connections spanning the entrepreneurial journey from ideation, education, incubation and growth.
  6. 6. WORKSHOP TOOLS Tom Chi – Rapid Prototyping • Time limited process – minimise the time to try • Fastest path to a direct experience to the outcome you want • Rapid learning – just do it • Disruptive – start with vision, create new • Resourceful – minimal scaffold required • Collaborative – feedback loops Ash Maurya - Modified lean canvas
  7. 7. LEAN CANVAS (ADAPTED FROM ASH MAURYA BUSINESS MODEL LEAN CANVAS) Problem Solution Value Proposition B2B Deliverables Customer Segments Key Metrics Early Adopters / Champions Channels
  8. 8. MAPPING THE ECOSYSTEM • TABLE 1 : Audit of new and existing policy, programs and initiatives supporting women in business • TABLE 2 :Women Entrepreneurs’ ecosystem
  9. 9. RAPID PROTOTYPE -MAPPING THE ECOSYSTEM • Work in groups to deconstruct the plethora of information 4 Groups • Identify themes and gaps • Switch groups
  10. 10. GATEWAY FEATURES Education & Information Networking Incubation and Finance Growth Gateway 4 Groups
  11. 11. EDUCATION AND INFORMATION • Ideation • Information • Education • Public and private
  12. 12. NETWORKING • Leadership • Business • Entrepreneurial • Women specific and general • Public and private
  13. 13. INCUBATION AND FINANCE • Women specific • General • Public and private
  14. 14. GROWTH • Women specific • General • Public and private
  15. 15. NEXT STEPS • Closing remarks • Caroline Hutchings | Manager, Strategic Engagement NSW Department of Industry | Industry Development • Suzy Matthews | Director Small Business Engagement Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner • Anne-Marie Elias | Chief Disrupter | Social Change Strategist Innovator Speaker

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