Sep
16
09:30

How to Achieve Product-Market Fit

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Eyal Halamish
Director @ OurSay
Eyal Halamish is an activist, lobbyist, political staffer, management consultant for Fortune 500 companies in banking and mining and an entrepreneur. His international award-winning civic tech startup OurSay and has taken him across the world where he has experienced all the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur and lives to tell the tales. Eyal is also the Founder of Off the Grid, Australia's first solar-powered music festival. He is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, an Unreasonable Fellow and Centre for Sustainability Leadership Fellow.
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Eyal Halamish
A recent Fortune study shows that nine out of ten startups will fail. The top reason for failure is that there is no market need. In this Jolt, you will learn a framework that will enable your business to truly understand what customers want, without relying on guessing or losing too much money in the process. You will go through each step of the framework and practice it. At the end of this Jolt, you will be able to use this framework to determine if your business is on the right path of reaching Product-Market Fit.

Questions this talk answers:

01

How to segment your customers into Fanatics, On-The-Fence, and Laggards

02

What it takes to convert On-The-Fence customers into Fanatics

03

How to evaluate when you have reached Product-Market Fit

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Eyal Halamish

Director @ OurSay

About
Eyal
Eyal Halamish is an activist, lobbyist, political staffer, management consultant for Fortune 500 companies in banking and mining and an entrepreneur. His international award-winning civic tech startup OurSay and has taken him across the world where he has experienced all the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur and lives to tell the tales. Eyal is also the Founder of Off the Grid, Australia's first solar-powered music festival. He is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, an Unreasonable Fellow and Centre for Sustainability Leadership Fellow.

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