March 29, 2014 10:00 am
March 29, 2014 2:00 pm
Hub LA
Hub LA Media Lab Classroom
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830 Traction Ave #3A, Los Angeles, CA, United States, 90013

Minimum Viable Product Workshop for Social Entrepreneurs and B Corps
Presented by Hub LA and Paul Orlando, Founder of Startups Unplugged

Non-member: $59
Hub LA member: $30

Join fellow entrepreneurs founding high impact ventures and starting B Corps for this hands-on workshop on how to effectively create your Minimum Viable Product (MVP). You will receive custom instruction, and be able to apply the learning during the workshop to further develop your venture.

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a version of a service or product that enables you to gain validated learning while spending the minimum amount of resources. You may have heard about the MVP from lean startup or customer development methodology. It’s a method that is often talked about — yet often misunderstood. That’s why this workshop exists. The workshop includes:
-A set of readings to prepare you.
-Explanation of different types of MVPs.
-Examples from successful MVPs as a way to brainstorm MVPs you could try.
-How to design MVP experiments and collect data. The biggest mistakes I see people make.
-Using metrics, such as AARRR (Acquisition, Activation, Retention, Referral, Revenue), Split-testing and Cohort Metrics as decision-making tools longer-term.
-How this fits with Social Impact.

Please bring your laptop.

Another startup workshop will take place on April 26, covering the Business Model Canvas. The focus will be on the Customer Segment, Value Proposition, Channels, Revenue and Cost boxes. More information on the April workshop here.


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