PUBLISHED BY Wildcat Venture Partners
June 20, 2019
Join us on Thursday, June 20th at Columbia University’s Career Design Lab in San Francisco as we hold our second event in a 4-part series showcasing new frameworks for practicing early-stage startup innovation. The series is geared toward startup founders, entrepreneurial product managers, and corporate innovators.
Part 2 in the series will feature a fireside chat with Bruce Cleveland, Founding Partner of Wildcat Ventures, and author of the book Traversing the Traction Gap (2019). The book lays out a detailed step-by-step process that startup teams can use to go from ideation to preparing for scale—a modern-day playbook that addresses the high failure rate of startups and how to minimize it.
In this chat, we’ll discuss practical methods for developing a sound “Go-To-Product” strategy leading to customer traction. This session will resonate strongly with practitioners of Lean Startup methodologies and will deal primarily with the following topics:
- How do you validate that your team is building the right product or set of features?
- How do you ensure that you’re constantly experimenting, testing, and iterating toward product-market fit?
- What are some practical methods teams can use leading to more effective customer research and customer validation? (Printed handouts will be distributed to attendees.)
Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Location: Columbia University, Career Design Lab, Three Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA 94111
For more information and to register, click here.