Jul
30
19:00
How to Formulate, Ideate and Prototype Your Ideas Into a Product
Workshop
Hebrew Session
Eyal Halamish
CEO @ 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
If you've ever had a great idea but struggled with making it a reality, then this Jolt is for you. Understanding how to formulate, ideate, and prototype your ideas are the first steps towards developing the ultimate product. As an entrepreneur, ideas come and go, but which ones stick and why? In this Jolt, we'll explore how to formulate new business ideas, test their market viability, and become result-oriented in our ideation process. This Jolt is for entrepreneurs or anyone who is trying to develop a new idea into a product.
Questions this talk answers:
01
How can I formulate and develop new product ideas?
02
How can I test my product ideas within my market?
03
What should I be aware of when testing product ideas within my market?
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Eyal Halamish
CEO @ OurSay
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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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