How to Win at Startup Weekend – pt 3

In part 1 of our series, we learned what to expect at Startup Weekend. In part 2, Steve Blank introduced some tools to make the best of your weekend. In our final part of the series on how to win Startup Weekend, Steve Blank goes over some examples of customer development.

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How to Win at Startup Weekend – pt 2

In part 1 of this series, Steve Blank introduced us to the concept of Startup Weekend, and what to expect at the event. In part 2, Blank continues with some tools to help you at SW, including Agile Development, the Business Model Canvas, and Customer Development. Extremely valuable guidance.

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How to Win at Startup Weekend – pt 1

This is the first of a multi-part series with tips on how to win at Startup Weekend.

The legendary Steve Blank, professor at Stanford as well as a handful of other universities, is an evangelist of sorts for Startup Weekend. His backstory can be found here. Now, we could explain the concept and process in words. But Steve has taken the time to put it on video. He is a master at customer development and is spot on with his explanation of our weekend event.

So here is a primer from Steve, including the judging criteria. It’s a little dated, but still holds true. Enjoy!

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