InkubasiaLAB at AUCA

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The early stages of a startup are marked with questions. Who is my customer? What problems do they have? Do I have a solution to their problems? What are they willing to pay? Will I be able to break even? An entrepreneur’s ability to quickly convert these questions into answers is one of the few characteristics that separates successful startups from failed ones. The problem is that few entrepreneurs know the rapid and systematic approach required to answer these questions. They go too slow, they focus on the wrong things in the wrong order, and they move forward without truly validating a business model.

InkubasiaLAB is a 5-day Business Model Validation Lab accelerator for early/idea-stage, Kyrgyzstan-based entrepreneurs that are tackling social and environmental problems. It is designed to help these entrepreneurs rapidly identify and validate the foundational assumptions of their business.

InkubasiaLAB is designed to do one thing: provide entrepreneurs with a step-by-step methodology to rapidly and systematically validate their venture’s business model.

Training will be facilitated by a visiting team of Silicon Valley professionals who work at Facebook, Google, Apple, LinkedIn, Salesforce and other startups.

5 full days. June 19-23, 2017. American University of Central Asia.

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