AAL Lean Startup Academy

23rd September 2019 (Aarhus – Denmark)

 

The AAL Programme is glad to announce the first AAL Lean Start-up Academy, which will take place in the framework of the new edition of the AAL2Business Support Action, in Aarhus, Denmark, on 23rd September 2019.

The Lean Start-up Academy provides AAL projects with a valuable opportunity to validate their business model and increase their commercial traction. By checking their assumptions against the market, AAL projects will be guided by a business coach in identifying priority customers, the best fitting value proposition and the right channels to reach them out.

The session in Aarhus is the first of a set of three workshops, which compose a 4 months-long course, aimed at taking participating teams through the right steps to rapidly develop and test novel solutions by gathering feedbacks, developing a goal-oriented and well-planned business model for exploitation and dissemination of key results and solutions.

The second and third workshops will take place respectively in November/December and January/February in Brussels.

 

On 23rd September you will be guided in a learning by doing exercise aimed at understanding:

  • The mindset: Start small, Experiment
  • The involvement of customers: Fail, Iterate
  • How to get customer feedback with fast-made prototypes of an idea
  • How to test Business Models and validate the results

 

The Workshops will follow the flipped classroom approach: online video materials will be provided before the coaching, and time in class will be mainly devoted to team-work, discussion, debate and review.

Projects at the beginning or at mid-term of their implementation are the perfect target for the workshop.

Don’t lose this opportunity and share the news with the partners involved in your AAL funded project!

 

For more info and the agenda click here

Click here to register  before 31st August 2019!

 

Ps:  travel and accommodation costs can be reimbursed for participants belonging to end users’ organisation, research organisations and start-ups under the AAL rules.

 

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