Business Model Canvas: Business Modeling for Entrepreneurs
One of the strongest tools in the entrepreneur's repertoire: Business Model Canvas. When used to its full potential, Business Model Canvas helps companies align on their current state, ideate new paths forward, and design an impactful future. This workshop, taught by Jarrod Lowery of Do Tank, will help you understand the difference between your user, buyer, and financer, and how to craft a compelling story about how your solution addresses each of their goals.
Creating More Effective Teams with Empathetic Leadership
Being a founder of a startup comes with a great level of tension/stress in our being. In this interactive talk, Seung Chan Lim of Realizing Empathy, will share case studies to dissect how tension impacts our leadership performance and how realizing empathy with ourselves can help us identify problems and improve overall individual and company performance.
Project Management for Hardware Product Development
The first in the "mHUB Hardware Product Development Fundamentals" Curriculum, this class covers an overview of General Project Management by explaining two different frameworks that have been successfully deployed across many industries: Traditional “Phase-Gate” and the more versatile “Agile”. Taught by Jim Shaw, you will walk away from this class with a much better understanding of how to manage your team and tasks, and a framework to launch your product to market on time and on budget.
mHUB Among Us Game Night
Join us for a safe and socially distanced night of fun! Join our game and try to find out who the Imposter is!
Q&A: Initial Concept Design
Have a business/product idea but don’t know how to flesh it out? Tune in to this hour-long Q&A session with our co-founder, Bill Fienup, to discuss how product design informs and impacts a startup's proposed solution. You will walk away knowing the steps to bring that concept to life. Submit your questions by following the registration link.
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Design Frameworks for Hardware Product Development
No matter how complex, hardware products must be properly planned out before the thoroughly detailed design begins. Failure to do so could result in wasted time, scrapped prototypes, and overly expensive designs iterations. This class will focus on two main frameworks for Hardware Design: Systems Design and Design Thinking. Taught by Jim Shaw of Fastway Engineering, you will have a better idea of exactly which features to invest your time (and money) in when designing your next product.