No idea survives first contact with the customer. So when and how an entrepreneur should validate her ideas? How do you bring your product quickly to reality so you can adjust and get traction?
How you select the right features to develop, the right way of presenting them? How you can speak the right language and offer the correct price and payment options? And how to avoid wasting too much precious time on dealing with items that are later found to be unimportant?
Well, most startups fail not because they have a bad idea but because there is no real need for their product. These startups fail to understand their market, to learn the needs of their potential customers, and to estimate the business opportunity associated with their products.
Today we focus on fitting your prototype to these business, product and market needs.
The presentation is in HEBREW, the networking in your native tongue.
18:00 - 18:30 Gathering & Networking
18:30 - 19:30 From Idea to Product: Eyal Zohar (https://www.linkedin.com/in/eyalzohar/), Product expert & Lecturer at Technion University
· The importance of matching your prototype to your market-product fit
· How to be in touch with potential customers while you develop
· The difference between product (MVP) and prototype
· How to develop so that you are in constant touch with your market and potential customers
19:30 - 20:00 Q&A
20:00 - 21:00 Networking