Creating a Web Minimum Viable Product (WEBMVP)
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
5:30 PM-7:30 PM
Need to create a website so you can start testing your new business idea? Want to learn how to create a minimum viable version that you can use to test customer feedback before spending significant sums of money?
In this interactive workshop you will learn how to create and run a website that you can use to test your business idea without spending a lot of money. Lean startups today are increasingly using this technique as a way to get started quickly and to get instant customer feedback before creating content and features that no one will use.
Shaw Levin: Shaw (Drexel '10) is a desktop and web application developer with financial industry experience as well as interest and background in recruiting, group volunteering, team building and event planning. Shaw is involved in the Philly tech scene and volunteers as a coach for some local startups as well as organizing/presenting workshops on various technical topics.
Michael Riley is a serial entrepreneur that also writes about tech and startups. He co-founded Boxter and founded the web content platform Simplpost. He is active in the local community working with Philly Startup Leaders and founded the Philly Startup Tech organization.
Register at http://form.jotformpro.com/form/43554091044955
Baiada Institute, Gerri C. LeBow Hall, Suite 369, 3220 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA