Embedding Corporate Entrepreneurship into Your Company
Learn about the importance of corporate entrepreneurship and how to embed it into your organisation with a lesson from an intrapreneur
How To Launch New Products and Innovation In Healthcare
Five practical pieces of advice from Babylon Health, Affect.AI, and Imperial College Health Partners of the NHS, about how entrepreneurs and startups can innovate and launch new products successfully for the healthcare system.
How Google, Uber, Speedo and Ellesse Fostered Innovation Culture and Internal Entrepreneurship
Five practical tips from Google, Uber, Speedo, Lacoste, Ellesse, Kickers and Karin Millen on how to identify internal entrepreneurial talent and support them to drive sustainable innovation.
Five Things You Need To Know To Succeed As A Corporate Entrepreneur
Learn what are the five key things you need to know to succeed as a Corporate Entrepreneur and in Intrapreneurship. And why innovating within large organisations is not just a pain, but a potential unfair advantage.
5 key Steps To Prepare the Perfect Pitch Deck for your Business Idea
We have been able to come up with a simple 5 steps template for the invincible pitch deck after having worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs and having helped them raise millions of pounds in pre-seed and seed funding.
How To Compile A Lean Canvas, The Business Plan In One Page
Have a business idea? Take the first step of your Lean entrepreneurship journey by compiling a Lean Canvas.
What Customer Discovery Questions To Ask To Validate Pain Points
Learn how to validate assumptions about customers’ problems by conducting informal customer discovery interviews.
How To Identify Early Adopters For A Business Idea
Four practical steps to identify early adopters and start getting traction for a business idea. A process tested with hundreds of entrepreneurs.
How To Select A Test To Get Market Validation For A Business Idea
Ten Lean Startup experiments to validate a new business idea. Learn how to launch successfully while minimising upfront investment and risk.
What Is Problem-Solution Fit, And How To Achieve It
Four practical steps to achieve problem-solution fit by aligning a valuable customer segment and their underserved need with the value proposition of a business idea.
How To Validate A Business Idea With The Least Possible Investment
Seven options to test a business idea on the market by minimising risk and investment. Spoiler alert: building and selling the product is only the last one.
How To Compile A Customer-Centric Competitive Analysis
Eight practical steps to map out competitors while keeping customers at the core of the process.
How To Recruit Early Adopters For Customer Discovery Interviews
Recruiting customers might be a difficult task, especially if your business idea is outside your current domain of expertise. Learn plenty of practical tips on how to identify and recruit them.
The Five Most Common Mistakes For Early Stage Startups, And How To Avoid Them
After having worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs around the globe, we have been able to spot a pattern of the five most common mistakes early stage startups make. And to figure out how to avoid them.
Why Developing A Technical Prototype Is Not The First Thing To Do When You Have A Business Idea
Very often companies and entrepreneurs start working on a technical prototype as soon as they have a new business idea. Learn what you should do instead to be successful while minimising risk and costs at the same time.
Why Most Startups Fail And What’s The Best Plan To Succeed
The sad truth about entrepreneurship is that most early stage startups fail. The good news is that they mostly fail because they launch something for which there is no market need. Learn here how to avoid this from happening, and to launch a successful new business by going through a process we have tested with hundreds of entrepreneurs.
Why Surveys Are Not Effective To Gather Insights On A New Business Idea
As soon as we have a business idea, it might be tempting to put up an online survey to quickly gather some insights to clarify our thoughts and hopefully get a green light to proceed. However, there are at least three reasons why this is not a good idea.
Why A Business Plan Is Not The First Thing To Do When You Have A Business Idea
Don’t waste precious time to compile a business plan full of assumptions that no-one will ever read. When you have a business idea, follow this seven steps instead to get clarity and credibility.