Apply for a free scholarship! Preflight helps entrepreneurs, developers, and designers experiment and validate a scalable product/startup idea. We take a hands-on approach to help you make that first real commitment to building a high growth tech startup.The goal of these 5 weeks is to help entrepreneurs, developers, and designers experiment and validate their product/startup ideaIt is an experiential learning workshop built around the Customer Development methodology by Steve Blank.
The application for the TiEQuest Business Venture Competition, Canada’s largest and most prestigious startup competition, is midnight on January 31, 2015.
All startups have an opportunity to win the $50,000 Cash Grand Prize (no strings attached).
The multi stage competition provides contestants with Mentoring from successful entrepreneurs and Networking opportunities with fund managers, angel investors and venture capitalists. In addition, the ventures get detailed feedback from an experienced group of judges who encourage them to challenge their business model and success factors.
Please arrive at 6:45 PM for refreshments, followed by some interesting talks!
Monthly meetup to discuss and learn about Haskell. All welcomed. Join the group to find out what topics are covered each month.
Tech Product Validation: The Minimal Viable Product Process
Monday, February 2: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Cost: $20 ($15 early bird if registered by Jan 22)
Pre-registration is required.*
Looking to launch a new tech product but aren’t sure where to start? This session will explore the lean methodology of product development, which has helped Dropbox go from an idea to a successful reality. Learn what a “minimal viable product” is, how to define its metrics to validate your idea, and creative ways to test its success.
Pre-registration is required.
For more information, please call 514.878.9788
Price: $20 ($15 early bird if registered by Jan 22)
Welcome to the first Agile Experience Designers meetup since the spring of 2014! There are 3 talks: “How to Stop UX From Breaking Agile” by Nick Van Weerdenburg (@n1cholasv), CEO at rangle.io; “Why starting with features will kill your MVP” by Lee Dale (@smack416) & Matt Rintoul (@matt416) of Say Yeah; and “Rapid Interactive Prototyping: No Code Required” by Mike Costanzo (@mikecostanzo) of rangle.io.
Please visit Startup Edmonton for more details : www.startupedmonton.com
Mobile Monday is an informal grassroots event that happens around the world on the first Monday of every month for mobile developers, carriers, and connected individuals, and includes industry gossip, tech talk, and lots of beer. With 125,000 members worldwide, Mobile Monday is a big deal in the global mobile industry.
We are very excited to have AWS Chief Evangelist Jeff Barr joining us for this Meetup – in the flesh! Jeff will review highlights from the recent AWS re:Invent conference. He will touch on all the newest services and instance types. Jeff will talk about:- EC2 Container Service- AWS Lambda- Amazon Aurora- AWS CodeDeploy- AWS CodePipeline- AWS CodeCommit- AWS Config and- Key Management Service
Learn a framework to design functional and intuitive products. Understand users’ problems through research and empathy. Design seamless digital solutions to provide meaningful user experiences.
Get more out of the day and grab a healthy meal with startuppers at this monthly Breakfast Club. This month, Aurore Liang (Tours Chine) share share her style of travel & how she came up with her idea for personalized travel in China.
Learn the key aspects of financial management to control and build your new business. All the main elements will be discussed and you will be better prepared to ensure your business succeeds..
Open Coffee Club is a casual gathering of people involved/interested in founding, operating or funding startups. The format is similar to Startup Drinks, but in the morning and with coffee.
The smart phone with its’ many and varied Aps and |nternet access provides the mobile buiness leader with the opportunity to build and manage business while on the go. This is a great opportunity to learn how to maximize the utility of this tool.