Singapore Company Registration specialist Rikvin is proud to announce its partnership with Lean Startup Machine (LSM) Singapore, which commences its workshop tomorrow evening, Friday, 31 August, through Sunday, 2 September.
LSM Singapore is delivered by Lean Startup Machine, a for-profit social enterprise that aims to help startups figure out their paths to success and develop products that truly resonate with customers.
To do this, it uses the Lean Startup methodology pioneered by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Eric Ries. The process and techniques offered during the workshop help founders identify ideas that are worth pursuing without requiring a prototype.
To date, LSM has conducted 35 workshops in 20 cities. Participants of LSM workshops include startup founders and employees of leading brands Google, Redgate and Forward.
The Singapore installment, which is co-organized by e27, is an intensive three-day bootcamp for entrepreneurs who want a fast track to startup success. It features 28 thought-leaders and mentors including executives from Golden Gate Ventures, Pollenizer, New Context, SGEntrepreneurs, Microsoft BizSpark and inMobi, among others.
The workshop will begin with product pitches and team formation, followed by problem/hypothesis brainstorming sessions. Consequently, teams will each create a Minimum Viable Product, which will then be pitched on the final day of the workshop.
Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Satish Bakhda, Head of Operations at Rikvin, said, “We are proud to be a part of LSM Singapore and help the winning teams start a Singapore company. A presence in Singapore is strategic for any discerning entrepreneur. According to Startup Genome, Singapore is the seventh best startup ecosystem in the world. This places Singapore in a unique position to continue to attract the creme de la creme of innovators and entrepreneurs to its shores.”
The LSM Singapore workshop is limited to 50 people to ensure maximum participation and interaction. Tickets are still available at S$250 and registration closes tomorrow, 31 August at http://leansingapore.eventbrite.com/.
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